Migration and mobilities
Our research projects range from studying local and national culture and behaviours, to international studies on human migration and mobility patterns.
We are keen to collaborate on projects relevant to migration and mobilities in the Indo-Pacific region. We offer quantitative and qualitative research skills, and interdisciplinary expertise.
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Researchers secure New Columbo Plan Mobility Program funding
Researchers in The University of Western Australia's Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education have successfully secured funding from the New Colombo Plan Mobility Program to enable students to study in the Indo-Pacific region during 2018.Read more
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