Sydney Asia Pacific Migration Centre

Summary

The Sydney Asia Pacific Migration Centre (SAPMiC) is a multidisciplinary network that collaborates with scholars, researchers and practitioners on migration issues across the Asia Pacific Region. The School of Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences support SAPMiC with the key purpose of broadening and nurturing the future generation of academic researchers concerning global, regional and local migration challenges.

Supervisor(s)

Professor Nicola Piper, Associate Professor Jean Jonathan Bogais, Dr Anna Boucher, Professor Michele Ford, Dr Elizabeth Hill, Dr Ahmar Mahboob, Dr Robbie Peters, Associate Professor Gaby Ramia, Dr Stuart Rosewarne, Dr Sonja van Wichelen, Associate Professor Bronwyn Winter

Research Location

Arts and Social Sciences - Generic

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

SAPMiC engages within current policy debates by linking academic research with advocacy and policy through partnerships between governmental and non-governmental organisations, private and public groups and regional and international organisations. The Centre also provides several opportunities for researchers to build their experience and expertise in the migration field as interns, visiting scholars and fellows. As a consequence of the Centre, a successful workshop in February 2016 saw the fruitful interaction between academics, industry and government sectors who came together to tackle migration challenges in the aged-care sector.

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Keywords

regulatory migration frameworks, migration-development nexus, employment, work, Training, labour relations and social policy, migration, society and culture, asylum, refugees, skilled migration, internal migration, international education, international students.

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2082

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