The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), commonly referred to as "RGSIBG," brings together geography enthusiasts and supports geography professionals. Their YouTube channel is a great resource to learn more about geography "research, education, expeditions and fieldwork," and whether viewers are seasoned or novice geographers, RGSIBG is here to engage and inform on the wonderful world of geography. The channel has multiple types of videos, from short clips summarizing new research to career insights for students and young professionals. The channel also produces video series, including "Migrants on the Margins," a project covering "the vulnerability and opportunities of migrants in some of the world's most pressured cities, including Colombo (Sri Lanka), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Harare (Zimbabwe) and Hargeisa (Somaliland)." This series also hopes to stir self-reflection, reminding viewers, "we all have a migration story of some sort to tell." While the RGSIBG videos cover an assortment of topics, a commonality is their brevity, as most videos are under five minutes long.