Indian migrants in Germany

Indian high-skilled migrants in Germany: Transnational Practices and Prospects (Funded by: Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, Duration: 2021-2023) 


Project Information

The project focuses on the transnational practices, motivations of immigration, and trends and prospects of the Indian immigrants in Germany including the latest entrants - Blue Card holders and Indian students in German universities. With the Covid-19 as the special lens, the project proposes to argue that the fast expanding Indian diaspora in Germany impacts the German social life at large and vice versa. Consequently, the project aims at responding to the following questions:


2023: “Stories of Indian Immigrants in Germany: Why Move?”, Springer, Switzerland 

Journal articles: 

2023: Do the Kerala nurses in Germany break the myth of migration as a male-space? Migration and Diversity, Vol. 2, Issue 3, pp. 299-309 

2022: Mobility as survival and freedom: Pandemic, Immobility and its implications for women and queer migrants, Migration Letters, Vol. 19, Issue 6, pp. 791-799