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Recognition and redistribution in Latin America: Reflections on the meaning of multiculturalism

By Anna Krausova, Research Officer The concept of multiculturalism is often an integral part of the debate on migration in the UK; and in recent years, proclamations that ‘multiculturalism has failed’ have frequently been made in the public debate. This … Continue reading

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Integration: linking research and learning

By: Ole Jensen Research Officer What works in integration? How is it done? And who does it well? These are questions that we aim to explore in the research project titled ‘European Migrant Integration Academy – an integrated research learning project … Continue reading

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Five principles of integration: policies and inclusion

By: Ben Gidley, Senior Researcher In a recent blogpost here, Sarah Spencer commented on the new OSCE Ljubljana guidelines on the integration of national minorities. The guidelines include probably the nearest I’ve seen to a clear definition of integration as … Continue reading

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Dispatches from Chicago: the home of political science for four days every April

By: Scott Blinder, Senior Researcher, Migration Observatory Two weeks ago (April 11-14) I was in Chicago for the annual meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association. Despite the regional moniker, this organisation with national and even international reach puts on … Continue reading

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Towards an understanding of integration at neighbourhood level

By: Ole Jensen, Research Officer Headlined by emotive notions of a society ‘sleepwalking to segregation’, the retreat from multiculturalism has in Britain triggered policy development and debates that emphasized ethnic, religious and cultural difference at the expense of an examination … Continue reading

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