How does a migrant's need to find a house and home impact cities, and how do cities adapt their housing policies in response? What does investment in (transnational) real estate tell us about migration and urban processes? Join CERC Migration for a webinar on June 17, 12-1pm EDT to tackle some of these questions by looking at the socio-economic implications of human mobility in relation to the politics of housing and investment, across various social categories.
David Ley, Emeritus Professor of Urban and Social Geography, University of British Columbia
Chloé Reiser, Postdoctoral Fellow, Community Housing Canada research partnership, Université de Montréal
Aurélie Varrel, CNRS Senior Researcher, Centre for South Asian Studies, École des hautes études en sciences sociales
Chair: Amin Moghadam, Senior Research Associate, CERC Migration, Ryerson University