Data Ethics and International Migration

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This panel brought together migration scholars and practitioners to reflect on how data ethics shape and should shape engagement with international migration research and practice. It addressed data ethics in relation to both questions of vulnerability and risk associated with undocumented and forced migrants. Panelists discussed, among other issues, how developments in computational social science and other fields raise thorny questions about how and whether scholars working with big data and other large data sets can guarantee anonymity.

This was the first panel of the CMS 2021 Virtual Academic & Policy Symposium.

MODERATOR
Jamie Winders
Editor-in-chief, International Migration Review (IMR)
Professor of Geography and Director of the Autonomous Systems Policy Institute, Syracuse University

PANELISTS
Cris Beauchemin
Senior Researcher
French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED)

Irene Bloemraad
Class of 1951 Professor of Sociology and Director of the Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative
University of California, Berkeley

Lisa Singh
Professor
Georgetown University
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