Thematic Groups and Research Partners
Our research network is organised across thematic groups, to open pathways to new collaborations, with each strand headed by at least two people who responsible for organising events and research. Please read more below, and reach out to us if you have any collaborative ideas.
Our YouTube channel
Our channel features recorded seminars and workshops, a collaborative digital teaching resource made by migration scholars who highlight the significant aspects of their research for teaching purposes, and videos that summarise our research.
For more videos visit our channel.
A diverse group of students created the student chapter of the Border Criminologies Network to get young people engaged and expand conversation in immigration issues and injustices, particularly surrounding border control.
All of their events, posts and actions will be made accessible via their social media accounts (Twitter and Instagram), mailing list, and newsletter (subscribe here: https://linktr.ee/bordercriminologiessc). They can also be reached with any enquiries or blog submissions via their email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please do not hesitate to contact them and get involved in our border control conversations.