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Ilse van liempt
Ilse van liempt
associate professor urban geography utrecht university
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Migrant's agency in the smuggling process: The perspectives of smuggled migrants in the Netherlands
I Van Liempt, J Doomernik
International Migration 44 (4), 165-190, 2006
2002006
Navigating borders: Inside perspectives on the process of human smuggling into the Netherlands
I Van Liempt
Amsterdam University Press, 2007
1992007
Introduction: Geographies of the urban night
I Van Liempt, I Van Aalst, T Schwanen
Urban studies 52 (3), 407-421, 2015
1882015
Smart (phone) travelling: Understanding the use and impact of mobile technology on irregular migration journeys
J Zijlstra, I Liempt
International Journal of Migration and Border Studies 3 (2-3), 174-191, 2017
1832017
Free movement? The onward migration of EU citizens born in Somalia, Iran, and Nigeria
J Ahrens, M Kelly, I Van Liempt
Population, Space and Place 22 (1), 84-98, 2016
1832016
Re-routing migration geographies: Migrants, trajectories and mobility regimes
J Schapendonk, I van Liempt, I Schwarz, G Steel
Geoforum 116, 211-216, 2020
1652020
‘And then one day they all moved to Leicester’: the relocation of Somalis from the Netherlands to the UK explained
I Van Liempt
Population, Space and Place 17 (3), 254-266, 2011
1472011
The Ethics of Migration Research Methodology. Dealing with Vulnerable Migrants
I Van Liempt, V Bilger
Brighton/Portland: Sussex Academic Press, 2008
114*2008
State responses and migrant experiences with human smuggling: A reality check
I Van Liempt, S Sersli
Antipode 45 (4), 1029-1046, 2013
992013
Scrutinising the double disadvantage: Knowledge production in the messy field of migrant smuggling
T Baird, I Van Liempt
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (3), 400-417, 2016
902016
21 Ethical challenges in research with vulnerable migrants
I Van Liempt, V Bilger
Handbook of research methods in migration, 451, 2012
852012
Young Dutch Somalis in the UK: Citizenship, identities and belonging in a transnational triangle
I Van Liempt
Links to the Diasporic Homeland, 119-133, 2015
742015
From Dutch dispersal to ethnic enclaves in the UK: The relationship between segregation and integration examined through the eyes of Somalis
I Van Liempt
Urban studies 48 (16), 3385-3398, 2011
702011
Sport in liminal spaces: The meaning of sport activities for refugees living in a reception centre
M Waardenburg, M Visschers, I Deelen, I Van Liempt
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 54 (8), 938-956, 2019
662019
Urban surveillance and the struggle between safe and exciting nightlife districts
I Van Liempt, I Van Aalst
Surveillance & Society 9 (3), 280-292, 2012
632012
Safe nightlife collaborations: Multiple actors, conflicting interests and different power distributions
I van Liempt
Urban Studies 52 (3), 486-500, 2015
462015
Being far away from what you need: the impact of dispersal on resettled refugees’ homemaking and place attachment in small to medium-sized towns in the Netherlands
I Van Liempt, S Miellet
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47 (11), 2377-2395, 2021
442021
Human rights violations by design: EU-Turkey statement prioritises returns from Greece over access to asylum
MJ Alpes, S Tunaboylu, I Van Liempt
372017
Different geographies and experiences of ‘assisted’types of migration: A gendered critique on the distinction between trafficking and smuggling
I Van Liempt
Gender, place and culture 18 (02), 179-193, 2011
362011
‘We prefer our Dutch’: International students’ housing experiences in the Netherlands
C Fang, I van Liempt
Housing Studies 36 (6), 822-842, 2021
352021
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