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Migration Policy Centre (MPC)

Blog post talks about ‘overstayers’ – individuals who arrive in a country with a valid visa but stay beyond the authorized period

It is based on a new research through the MIrreM project which is looking at commercial flight data to shed some light on overstayers in Europe.

Our professor Caitlin Procter was interviewed by BBC World Service

She talked about the harrowing situation in Rafah and beyond, historic intent to permanently deport Palestinians and the many tools the international community can and must use to prevent this from happening.

New blog post states that most Ukrainians now identify as Europeans

Blog post synthesizes major milestones and research on the role of refugees in refugee policy

Blog post explores how Migration Policy Group as a new think tank influenced European policy in a short amount of time

Drewski & Gerhards analysed how countries differentiate between refugee groups of different origins and why