Children in Boko Haram: Exploitation? Agency? Both?

In the heartland of Northeastern Nigeria, a violent conflict rages on. This strife, a clash between the Nigerian government and the insurgent group Boko Haram, has wreaked untold havoc and instigated displacement of over 2.2 million people in the region, wrenching families from their homes and fracturing communities.  As part of their brutal conflict, Boko […]

How to reduce statistical discrimination and increase student enrolment from developing countries? Evidence from Canada

International student flows from emerging and developing countries have grown tremendously over the last decades In the global race for talent, more and more countries are turning to international students as a potential source of highly skilled workers. In light of the long-medium term benefits of international students, OECD countries introduced measures aimed at increasing […]

Kidnapped Future: Ukrainian Minor Refugees in Russia

Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion nearly 8 million people have left Ukraine—the majority are women and children. According to UNHCR almost 2.8 million of them have gone to Russia. While the estimated numbers of children who have been brought to Russia vary greatly, what we do know is that many have not […]

Do you know what the research says about public attitudes to migration?

Did you know that we produce comprehensive data to help you understand attitudes toward migration in Europe? Recently, we created a quiz for you to test your own knowledge. Quiz questions #1: True or false? Research suggests that people’s attitudes to migration are highly subject to day-to-day 📆 experiences and remain volatile throughout life ↩️ ↪️ #2: […]