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Is free movement in Europe an anomaly? The new open borders policy in South America

By on November 20, 2014

by Diego Acosta Free movement of people in the European Union (EU) is currently under attack by certain political and media sectors across Europe, with proposals arising on how to limit its scope. At the same time, other regions in the world are adopting free movement regimes. This is important to highlight as it allows […]

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Auf Wiedersehen, Pet?

By on November 6, 2014

By Andrew Geddes and Leila Hadj-Abdou Angela Merkel was reported on Monday 3 November as saying that if David Cameron insisted on ideas such as quotas for EU migrants then this could push Britain beyond a point of no return and towards the exit door. Granted we’re not talking about huge numbers of people, but […]

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Joining the dots: Bridget Anderson talks to MIGPROSP

By on October 20, 2014

Last week we were delighted to welcome Professor Bridget Anderson for the University of Sheffield Migration Research Group inaugural annual lecture. Bridget is Professor of Migration and Citizenship and Deputy Director of the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) at the University of Oxford, and the author of Us and Them? The dangerous politics […]

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MIGPROSP at the 2014 IMISCOE Conference

By on September 3, 2014

Last week hundreds of migration researchers headed to Madrid to discuss their recent findings at the 11th annual IMISCOE conference. IMISCOE, which stands for International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe, is the largest European network of scholars working on migration and immigrant integration, bringing together over 500 researchers and 31 research institutions, among […]

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