London’s Exodus

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Time Out London, the venerable London free magazine, have spotted that everyone in London loves maps, and so have launched a regular London Mapped feature in their City Life section & blog. This week’s map is rather interesting and not one I’ve seen before. It shows ONS 2015 data on net migration between London’s boroughs […]

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Paper on Netnography of Migration and Citizenship

Residence vs. Ancestry in Acquisition of Spanish Citizenship: A Netnography Approach Pablo Mateos and Jorge Durand Access to a nationality from a European union (EU) country has become a key migration strategy for people from outside the eu and their families. This … Continue reading

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Global Migration Maps

Migrations of people have existed for millennia and occur at a range of scales and time-periods (from small-scale journeys to work through to intercontinental resettlement). As a geographer I have long been interested in these and thought it was about time I mapped them! Using data from the Global Migrant Origin Database (thanks Adam for the tip) …

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RGS-IBG Session on Diversity in transitions to adulthood and implications for residential mobility

RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2011 London, 31st August to 2nd September CALL FOR PAPERS Diversity in transitions to adulthood and implications for residential mobility Convenors: Nissa Finney (University of Manchester) and Naomi Tyrrell (University of Plymouth) Sponsored by the Population Geography Research Group and the Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group Migration has long […]

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Keynote at Urban Studies conference – Univ. of Amsterdam

Pablo Mateos gave a keynote talk at a conference on Urban Studies at the the University of Amsterdam The conference title was “The Essence of the Urban”, and it attempted to discuss questions about scholarly questions emanating from the changing form … Continue reading

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ENFOLD: Explaining, modelliNg, and FOrecasting gLobal Dynamics

ENFOLD: Explaining, modelliNg, and FOrecasting gLobal Dynamics Pablo Mateos participates in a successful CASA-led £2.9 million bid to EPSRC involving seven UCL departments and ten academics. ENFOLD is a multidisplinary five year modelling project funded by EPSRC (£2.9 million FEC) … Continue reading

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Locating the Latino community in Britain

Dr Pablo Mateos gave a seminar on October 7th, at the Bolivar Hall of the Venezuelan Consulate, organised by the Alianza Iberoamericana. He presented a first attempt to measure the size and geographical distribution of the Latin or Iberian-American community … Continue reading

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