UCPH centres and projects with migration focus
Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS)
AMIS is an interdisciplinary centre for migration research based at the Faculty of Humanities. Combining a diversity of social sciences and humanities approaches to the theory and practice of migration, the centre’s research focus on moving populations and mobility practices as well as irregularized and forced migration.
Centre for Global Criminology
At the Centre for Global Criminology the researchers study crime, criminalisation and other border and boundary crossing phenomena around the world.
Danish Research Centre for Migration, Ethnicity and Health (MESU)
MESU conducts research about the health of migrants and ethnic minorities and contributes to the teaching of students at the Faculty of Health and Medical Science at UCPH.
Mobility and continuity of chronic disease care amongst forcibly displaced persons (CONTINUITY)
CONTINUITY seeks to develop an understanding of the intersections between mobility, community support and (dis)continuity of cardiometabolic disease care amongst South Sudanese refugees in South Sudan or Uganda.
Nordic Asylum Law & Data Lab
Nordic Asylum Law & Data Lab is a hub for interdisciplinary research on Nordic asylum systems, combining insights and methodologies from law, data science and social medicine.
CAMP: Culture, mobility and power
CAMP encompasses researchers in the Department of Anthropology who analyse the cultural, religious, economic, policy and gendered dimensions of power relations; and the political aspects of cultural, religious, social, economic and other processes.