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 Special Issue: S Irudaya Rajan a& AKM Ahsan Ullah (2023) From knowledge to action: South Asian diaspora engagement in times of crisis, South Asian Diaspora, 15:2, 123-136, DOI: 10.1080/19438192.2023.2240611

 

 

IIMAD is pleased to announce the launch of the website for Migration and Development Journal. (MAD) “Migration and Development” is available at https://journals.sagepub.com/home/mad At launch, the journal begins a free access period which ends on (06-12-2023).

Kerala Migration Survey 2023 takes place through Gulati Institute of Finance and Taxation under the direction of Dr. S. Irudaya Rajan, Visiting Fellow, GIFT and Chair, IIMAD which is funded by the Government of Kerala.

The International Institute of Migration and Development welcomes
all interested Undergraduates, Postgraduates and aspiring
researchers to apply for the Internship programme at IIMAD

 

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Miriam Kuttikat- Virginia Commonwealth University🇺🇸

Honorary Professor

kuttikatm@vcu.edu

Dr. Miriam Kuttikat is an Associate Professor at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Social Work. Dr. Kuttikat completed her Masters, Doctoral and Post-Doctoral degrees at the University of Toronto. Dr. Kuttikat is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Dr. Kuttikat has conducted research in both national and international contexts and built her research paradigm based on her clinical and field experiences with diverse migrant communities in India, Sri Lanka, Canada and the United States. Dr. Kuttikat’s program of research aims to develop community-based interventions to address migrant/refugee family health and family conflict. She focuses on the influence of complex family dynamics on migrant health deterioration and the development of effective parenting strategies with particular attention to the parent-adolescent relationship.