The Asia Pacific research group of the Kaldor Centre Emerging Scholars Netowrk (ESN) unites the many early career scholars studying refugee and migration issues in the region, and allows us to share our ideas across disciplines and institutions. Below is a table showing the members network.  Search by name, research institution, country or research interest.

Scholars undertaking research on refugees and forced migration in the Asia-Pacific, who wish to join the ESN's Asia-Pacific research group, are invited to apply here: Call for Applications. Scholars based at universities in the Asia-Pacific region are particularly encouraged to apply, although applications from outside the region will also be considered provided the research is relevant to the group's focus. Scholars added to the Asia-Pacific research group will automatically become members of the broader ESN. Existing members of the ESN who wish to join the Asia-Pacific research group should also apply through the Call for Applications. Questions about the ESN's Asia-Pacific research group should be directed to Madeline Gleeson at

The Kaldor Centre plays a vital role in developing legal, sustainable and humane solutions for displaced people around the world.