South-North Dialogues on Children of Migrants (SOUNDS)

Network funded by the World Universities Network at University of Leeds.


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The aim of SOUNDS is to bring together researchers from countries in the Global South and North to advance the study of the everyday experiences of incorporation of children of migrants (8-25 years of age). This collaboration seeks to:

To extend macro-perspectives on the incorporation of the children of migrants into education and the labour markets in their host societies, SOUNDS focuses on the everyday experiences of integration of children/youth of migrant descent and considers how notions of belonging, cross-border connections, spirituality and citizenship play a part in configuring their narratives of inclusion/exclusion and membership.

For any questions or if you would like to become a participant of the network please contact Dr Rosa Mas Giralt –

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