Our work is ensuring that migration reduces social, regional and global inequalities and contributes to development in the Global South. Explore MIDEQ analysis and research across our corridors and themes.
Our global events programme features high-profile and influential thinkers on a range of critical issues relating to migration, development and inequality in the Global South.
Drawing on MIDEQ analysis and research, our partners from across the world confront and debate the links between migration, development and inequality in the Global South.
Drawing on MIDEQ's Theory of Change, our impact interventions ensure that our research supports and informs policies, interventions and approaches which generate the changes we want to see. Through our Theory of Change we identified three pathways to impact: building academic capacity; improving the lives of migrants and their families and changing narratives. Explore our pathways to impact across our corridors and themes.
PhD student, College of Humanities and Development Studies, China Agricultural University
Dongsheng holds a Bachelor of Management from the College of Humanities and Development Studies (COHD), China Agricultural University (CAU).
Dongsheng is on a five-year Direct PhD Track in COHD to obtain a PhD in Development Studies.