The effects of different modes of sensitization programmes on the attitudes and inclination of the public towards the migration related dynamics (regular and irregular) has been hotly debated within the academic circle (Alpes & Sorenson, 2015; Browne, 2015). However, Browne Read more
Local and international sensitization programmes have influenced the understanding of migration dynamics (regular and irregular) in recent years (IOM, 2018). The phenomenon of migration from one country to another is part of human practice as old as recorded human history. Read more
The Centre is collaborating with the National Population Commission and the IOM as member of the National Coordinating Committee on Review of the Migration Profile of Nigeria. 2019. The document will be available for download soon.
The Centre is collaborating with the Pan African Collaboration for Excellence (PACE), University of Alberta (UoA) on the Research Project on “Boosting African Immigrant Families’ Resilience” being sponsored by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. 2018. The document will Read more
The Centre is collaborating with the IOM and the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in the Research Project on the “Perception of Intending and Returned Migrants from Delta, Edo, Imo and Lagos States.” 2018 The document will be available for download soon.