The 2020 International Geographical Union Congress “Geography: Bridging the Continents” in Istanbul, 17-21 August 2020
The International Geographical Union in collaboration with the Istanbul University and the Turkish Geographical Society organizes the 34th International Congress. The Global Change and Human Mobility (Globility) Commission organizes the following own sessions:
- Environmental risks, resilience and human mobility.
- Human mobility and identities into play. Belonging and transnationalism.
- Human mobility and regional disparities: patterns of migration from a comparative perspective.
- Human mobility at a time of digital culture and technology.
- The human mobility career: circular, onward and return migration.
- The role of human mobility dealing with violence and conflicts.
For detailed information about the sessions, please visit the Call for Papers: https://www.igc2020.org/en/GLOBAL-CHANGE-AND-HUMAN-MOBILITY.html
And a joint session with the Commission on Tourism, Leisure and Global Change
- International tourism and residential mobilities: global and local perspectives.
For detailed information about this session, please visit the Call for Papers: https://www.igc2020.org/
7th EUGEO Congress - Galway, May 15-18, 2019, National University of Ireland (NUI Galway)
- BREXIT and human mobility. European scenarios
- International residential mobilities. New perspectives
The World Social Science Forum, International Social Science Council, 25-28 September 2018 in Fukuoka, Japan.
The Global Cange and Human Mobility (Globility) Commission organizes a session entitled “Current situation of social inclusion for immigrants”.
The 2018 International Geographical Union Regional Conference in Québec, 6-10 August 2018
The Canadian Association of Geographers in collaboration with the Université Laval will develop the 2018 International Geographical Union Regional Conference to be held in Canada from August 6 to 10, 2018. The Globility Commission organizes the next sessions:
- Highly-skilled migration and international student mobility: the steady links between education and labour market
- Migration, diasporas and development: the perspective of mobility and transnationalism
- Revisiting the nexus of tourism and migration. Bridging lifecycle of tourist destinations and life courses of tourists and labour migrants (in collaboration with the Commission on Geography of Tourism, Leisure and Global Change)
- Population Mobility in a context of Climate Change and its demographic consequences (in collaboration with the Commission on Geography of Population)
6th EUGEO Congress - Brussels, September 4-6, 2017, Palace of the Academies
At the initiative of the Horizon 2020 Ymobility program and in collaboration with it the Global Change and Human Mobility (Globility) Commission organizes the following session
T.S. 2.10. Youth mobility in Europe (Chairs Armando Montanari and Josefina Dominguez Mujica) https://eugeo2017.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/5
The Thematic Conference on ‘GEOGRAPHIES FOR PEACE’ 2017 IGU-UGI will be held in La Paz, Bolivia, on April 23-25, 2017
The Global Change and Human Mobility (Globility) Commission has organized the following session:
1. The role of human mobility dealing with violence and conflicts.
For detailed information about the Thematic Conference, please visit the Call for Papers
The 33rd International Geographical Congress was hold in Beijing, P.R. China, on August 21-25, 2016
The Global Change and Human Mobility (Globility) Commission organized the following sessions:
1. Moving World, Moving Actors: Global Changes and Personal Challenges
2. Information, communication, new media, and human mobility
3. Development Safeguards, Forced Displacement and Resettlement - Inside China and Going Out
4. Youth Mobility. An Emerging Phenomenon at the Global Scale
1. C12.17 Global Change and Human Mobility & C12. 34 Population Geography
Demographic Sources and Methodologies to Study Human Mobility
2. C12.39 Urban Geography & C12.17 Global Change and Human Mobility
Human Mobility and Urban Vulnerabilities