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.
The MIDEQ Hub’s overarching vision is to deepen academic and policy understandings of the relationships between South-South migration, inequality and delivery of the SDGs; explore the impact and effectiveness of interventions to reduce inequalities associated with South-South migration; improve information-sharing and learning around the key challenge; and influence national and international policy processes. It will do this by building institutional migration research capacity in the Global South, bringing this knowledge and expertise into contact with local, national and international organisations and institutions which can act as amplifiers to create change.
In collaboration with our partners, the MIDEQ Hub has developed an overarching Theory of Change to ensure that its research supports and informs policies, interventions and approaches which generate the changes we want to see. Within 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.
Programme Coordinator, Coventry University
Ellie works with the Operations Team on the day-to-day activities of the Hub. She has a wealth of experience managing large government-funded projects from a range of funders across industry and academia.