We are contacting you today to tell you about the Emerging Scholars and Practitioners on Migration Issues (ESPMI) Network’s special podcast series on our Knowledge Clusters project. We are currently recruiting participants and contributors for our 4-part podcast series, themes listed below and on the flyer attached.
We are looking forward to expanding the network and highlighting the great work that is emerging in diverse migration spaces. Our podcast series will bring together emerging scholars, practitioners, policymakers, journalists, artists, and migrants to explore thought-leadership and new thinking on innovation in migration research and practice. This is an excellent well-tested platform to share information and build greater awareness and profile for your work. The 90-minute podcast, with a half an hour brief before the recording, includes a 10-minute presentation from each speaker, followed by a 40-minute moderated discussion with yourself and the other speakers. The discussions will be recorded over Skype.
If you are interested, please indicate the podcast theme in which you’d like to participate and confirm your availability for the suggested recording date. Due to the limited number of spots please send along your C.V. and a brief half-page description of the work you would like to highlight in relation to the podcast topic, no later than February 5th, 2020. Participants will be chosen based on the synergy of works presented in each podcast.
|Theme||Recording Date||Roles Available|
|Dissemination and public engagement in forced migration research||February 14th, 2020||
|Methodological challenges in forced migration research||February 24th, 2020||
|Bridging forced migration research to policy and practice||March 10th, 2020||
|Supporting emerging migration scholars and practitioners||March 23rd, 2020||
We would be happy to provide additional information and answer any questions. Please direct your inquiries and application material to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ESPMI Podcast Series.
The ESPMI Network Team