In the past few years, migration and borders have remained a very salient topic of interest in public debates in the UK and everywhere in the world. However, while the highly politicised topics of migration governance, restrictive border regimes and human rights are regularly discussed in the media, there is often little consideration in public discourses for migration as a set of lived experiences. Focusing on visual materials and story-telling, Being (im)mobile in a world of movement brings together cutting-edge social science research on migration conducted at the University of Manchester. Doing so, it addresses what it means to be moving or staying put when everyone around is moving.