Our research is organised around four parallel programmes of work:
Axes of inequality including gender, childhood and income.
Migration processes and outcomes including decision-making, intermediaries and resource flows.
Development interventions to reduce migration-related inequalities through political mobilisation, access to justice and the use of digital technologies.
This programme delivers a series of development interventions in collaboration with local partners to test MIDEQ’s findings in the later years of the project.
Monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) through comparative household surveys, a wide range of creative and visual methodologies, and the evaluation of MIDEQ’s interventions. Read more about our methodology.
Our structure maximises opportunities for comparative research within and between the corridors. It also provides opportunities for co-development and co-learning within MIDEQ.