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The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement


The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement provides a University-wide interdisciplinary network on global movement. It brings together resources from humanities, social sciences, health and technologies, particulary on questions of refuge, migration, mobility and global movement in general. For the Centre's research activities/ interdisciplinary networks, see below.

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Our Research Expertise

Our research expertise includes:

architecture - borders - children - criminology - displacement - economics - education - emergencies - finance - health - history - hospitality - language - law - migrants - politics - refugees - shelter- smuggling - technologies - waiting

International Research Collaboration

Research Teasers

Other Cambridge Research Projects

Projects that involve the University of Cambridge Architectural Research & Design Projects for Yezedi Sharya IDP Camp, Iraqi Kurdistan This is a two-fold initiative which includes: 1) On-site research, literature review and interviews with Sharya Camp residents and write-up, and 2) Design work...

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