What is NMM?
The Network for Migration Matters (NMM) is an organisation which brings people together from across the globe who are interested in migration matters through our blog, webinar series and links to online resources.
Our Main Activities
Listen to various professionals and academics discuss topics concerning migration.
Read articles written by lawyers, PhD students, academics, experts, those in the charity sector and more!
Enjoy our a multi-disciplinary platform designed to help people engage with migration matters through the arts.
Tune into our spotlight series where we publish ongoing articles regarding specific topics of interest.
Each month we crown a NMM Hero in recognition of their incredible work towards migrants and refugees.
Ethical Storytelling Pledge
As a Network, we want to tell stories in a way that is
honouring, dignifying, and empowering.
We ask each NMM team member and contributor to sign our pledge.
Our Network believes that there are certain topics concerning migration and forced migration that need to be explored more deeply.
Through our spotlight series, we publish articles written by lawyers, PhD students, academics, experts, those in the charity sector and more. We then complement these sections with webinars and various other elements, such as creative arts projects and short videos.
Stay tuned as there are many more spotlight series to come.
At Network for Migration Matters, we aim to create spaces for connection, knowledge sharing and learning. The academic forum will provide a space to further these aims. Membership is open to students, academics, and practitioners engaged in migration-related research. Within the forum, we hope to facilitate the following activities:
on various aspects of migration-related study and research (3-4 per year)
for more junior scholars to contribute shorter pieces, in collaboration more established researchers
on various aspects of migration-research
POSSIBILITY TO PUBLISH
researchers will be able to publish working papers, blogs, or other research outputs