MMIC hosts its first summer intern in 2021
Migrant precariousness in the time of COVID-19
The future of international education in a time of global disruptions
An upcoming one-day online conference will discuss the effects of COVID-19 on international education, how the sector can move forward, and how international students are dealing with the immense challenges of the past year.
Digital engagement with diverse young people
MMIC brings together a multidisciplinary team for a new project on digital engagement with diverse young people
The Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre has successfully been awarded funding
Next Generation Network Wrap Up
This year, the ‘MMIC Postgraduate Network’ was refreshed as the ‘MMIC Next Generation Network’. Led by MMIC’s Research Fellow, Dr Charishma Ratnam, the Network is growing from strength to strength. Now with over 190
Language and Political Participation Among Second- and Third-generation Italians in Australia
In the wake of the U.S election voter engagement has been highlighted as crucial to the functioning of democracies. Emigration waves have increased the presence of transnational communities worldwide, resulting in institutions and programmes that
The MMIC Hackathon
Webinar: 'Migration and mobility after the 2020 pandemic?'
Does the COVID-19 lockdown represent a temporary trough in global population movements, or the beginning of the end of the most recent age of migration? This webinar sets an agenda for research on the future of human migration and mobility after
Webinar: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery in Australia: Where to next?
It’s been twenty years since Australia signed the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons (the Palermo Protocol) declaring a commitment to effective action to prevent and combat trafficking in persons, especially