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Academics unite as part of the Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network

Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet), based at the University of Glasgow, is an example of academics coming together across Scotland, to conduct research and qualitative evaluation on migration, refugees and the asylum process. As a network, GRAMNET consults on migration-related policy in the UK and internationally.

It works in collaboration with practitioners, NGOs and policy makers as well as with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland.

They do this by promoting knowledge exchange and capacity building between practitioners and researchers in the field through shared collaborative research programmes, open resources, the provision of joint research training workshops and professional development short courses, and the delivery of appropriate Master’s and collaborative PhD degree programmes, as well as encouraging interdisciplinary research on refugees, asylum and migration.