Through a multidisciplinary, comparative analysis across two countries, and of the experiences of migrants, two significant but separate fields of academic research will be brought together in GSM-IT:
Current, externally funded, peer reviewed projects include:
Smart Cities in the Making: Learning from Milton Keynes
The Migration for Inclusive African Growth (MIAG) network recognises the role of migrants and the need for integration by bringing together researchers from multiple academic disciplines and non-academic stakeholders from public, private, and third sectors in Ghana, Kenya, Mozamb
International Distance Education (IDE) can provide a vehicle for achieving sustainable development, particularly equitable access to quality education for all that addresses the skills requirements of the labour market.
Gender, Skilled Migration and IT: a comparative study of India and the UK
The Floodplain Meadows Partnership, led by Prof. David Gowing, has been awarded grants by the Eranda Foundation, the Daphne Jackson Foundation and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.