Monthly Archives: September 2013

Migration in Scotland

By: Carlos VargasSilva, Senior Research, Migration Observatory Last week COMPAS launched the project Migration in Scotland. The aim of Migration in Scotland is to provide strictly independent, authoritative, evidence-based analysis of data on migration and migrants in Scotland, to inform media, public and policy debates … Continue reading

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Mission integration: an update on the EUMIA project

By: Ole Jensen, Research Officer Over the past few months most of my time has been spent on fieldwork relating to the European Migrant Integration Academy (EU-MIA). The academy, to take place in Turin in February 2014, will be based on … Continue reading

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City responses to irregular migrants

By: Sarah Spencer, Senior Fellow European cities have a rare opportunity today (10 September) at the Integrating Cities conference in Tampere to discuss their differing responses to the needs of irregular (undocumented) migrants – rare because of the sensitivity of the issue and … Continue reading

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The Labour Market Impacts of Forced Migration (LAMFOR)

By: Carlos Vargas-Silva, Senior Researcher, Migration Observatory Millions of people around the world have been forced to abandon their homes due to conflict, as either international refugees or internally displaced persons. Forced migration produces significant economic impacts. These impacts involve multiple factors, … Continue reading

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