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Identifying challenges and developing action strategies for European asylum and migration-related policies

Refugees, immigration from third countries in general, and intra-EU mobility of workers will remain dominant issues in Europe for many years to come. How these challenges are addressed will impact Europe’s cohesion and capacity to act. The Mercator Dialogue on Read More …

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Forget all you think you know about human smuggling. The human smugglers roundtable is back.

Following the International Workshop on Human Smuggling held on 6-7-8 April 2017 at the University of Texas at El Paso (USA), Beyond Trafficking and Slavery and Allegra Lab have collaborated to produce an online roundtable and bring the debates to Read More …

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REDIAL: Third European Synthesis Report

A new Research Report within the framework of the REDIAL (Return Directive DIALogue) project has been published: REDIAL Research Report 2016/05 on Judicial Implementation of Chapter IV of the Return Directive concerning Pre-Removal Detention The third REDIAL European Synthesis Report Read More …

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A set of statistical variables and interactive maps related to youth rural migration in Tunisia

As part of the statistical mapping on determinants and effects of rural migration in Tunisia, the RuMiT research project has compiled more than one hundred variables disaggregated at governorate level from official Tunisian statistical sources. Two scores of key variables Read More …

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Syrianrefugees.eu

Nearly two years ago, in January 2013, MPC collaborated with a team of journalists to create the Syrianrefugees.eu website, a dedicated resource that monitors the EU’s response to the crisis and highlights the human stories of those who have taken Read More …

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Migration Stereotypes

Immigration has polarised European politics for decades. There have been defenders and opponents of migration into Europe, and it has often been the matter of acrimonious debate. In recent years, however, the dispute between the two groups often seems to Read More …