The UKRI GCRF South-South Migration, Inequality and Development Hub is the world’s largest migration research project and the first to examine the relationship between inequality, migration and development processes. This session will cover:
- How multidimensional inequalities create/constrain opportunities and benefits of South-South migration;
- How policymakers can use migration to tackle poverty and inequality in the Global South by closing gaps in education and health; tackling prejudice, discrimination and social exclusion; and reducing income inequality;
- How global organisations and donors can embed migration in development policies and the delivery of Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees; and
- The importance of shifting migration narratives to create political space for new initiatives.