About

Initiated in 2008, Asia-Pacific Worlds in Motion is an annual interdisciplinary graduate conference on Asia-Pacific migrations, held alternately in Singapore and Vancouver, Canada. It seeks to provide a dynamic and engaging space for graduate students and early career researchers to collaborate with and learn from one another, with the support and guidance of distinguished scholars on migration.

The fourth installment of Asia-Pacific Worlds in Motion is co-organized by the Migration Cluster and Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the National University of Singapore; St John’s College, University of British Columbia; and Metropolis BC.

Organizing Committee:

  • Andréanne Doyon, M.A. Planning, University of British Columbia
  • Anjeline de Dios, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore
  • Cheng Yi’En, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore
  • Lachlan Barber, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia
  • Sabastiano Rwengabo, Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore
  • Seah Min Li, Mabel, Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore

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