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Mobility is a social justice issue. We live in an increasingly interconnected world and the ability to choose whether and how to move is an important means for improving quality of life and life opportunities. At the same time, access to mobility for some has meant immobility, risks and social exclusion for others.

International Migration Research Centre (IMRC) researchers investigate issues of mobility (how and under what conditions some people move; how movement is regulated and for what purpose) and provide research for advocacy around mobility justice.



  • mobility rights
  • movement conditions
  • movement regulations and their purpose
  • advocacy for mobility justice


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