Professor Louise Ryan, Co-Director of the Migration Research Group, has published a new article in Sociology, co-authored with Dr Umut Erel: ‘Migrant Capitals: Proposing a Multi-Level Spatio-Temporal Analytical Framework’

Prof Louise Ryan, Co-Director of the Migration Research Group, has published a new article in Sociology, co-authored with Dr Umut Erel.  This paper builds on the body of work by both authors. In the context of Brexit and changing immigration regimes, the paper draws on data from both EU and non-EU migrant women to explore ...

It’s too early to talk of a ‘Brexodus’ – doing so ignores how many EU migrants have made Britain their home – A New Publication by Dr. Majella Kilkey and Professor Louise Ryan

Migration Research @ Sheffield’s Co-Directors Dr. Majella Kilkey (Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield) and Professor Louise Ryan (Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield) have published a piece titled “It’s too early to talk of a ‘Brexodus’ – doing so ignores how many EU migrants have made Britain their home” in The Conversation. Looking at core statistics ...

Majella Kilkey and Louise Ryan presented: ‘Sustainable care in the context of ageing in and out of place: challenges of Brexit’ – at the Community, Work and Family Conference, Milan, Italy, 25-27 May 2017.

Sheffield MRG co-deriectors, Majella Kilkey and Louise Ryan have participated in a 3-day conference in Milan on ‘Community, Work and Family’. During the conference they presented a paper titled ‘Sustainable care in the context of ageing in and out of place: challenges of Brexit’.

Sheffield MRG co-directors participate in discussion on Migration and Families in Europe

Migration Research at Sheffield’s co-directors Professor Louise Ryan and Dr Majella Kilkey participated in a two-day conference about Migration and Families in Europe, held by the Centre on Dynamics of Diversity at the University of Manchester, at the beginning of February. A recent blog post about the conference explores the discussions held by academics, policy makers ...