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International migration and geographic mobility have major implications for societies and economies. This is true at global level, and, perhaps even more so, at European level.
Date
18/10/2018
Between 2014 and 2017, Europe saw its largest influx of migrants in decades, with 1.9 million arrivals to the continent (and thousands of lives lost at sea during the dangerous crossings of the Medite
Date
18/10/2018
For several years, Turkey has been hosting the world’s largest refugee population. This report, “Toward Long-Term Solidarity with Syrian Refugees?
Date
20/09/2018
Three years into the 2030 Agenda it is already apparent that those living in fragile contexts are the furthest behind.
Date
17/07/2018
The Mercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration (MEDAM) was established in 2016 to pursue two objectives: to conduct research to improve our understanding of the interrelated challenges facing the EU an
Date
15/06/2018
The majority of Europe’s Christians are non-practicing, but they differ from religiously unaffiliated people in their views on God, attitudes toward Muslims and immigrants, and opinions about religion
Date
29/05/2018
The size and scope of the global forced migration crisis are unprecedented. Almost 66 million people worldwide have been forced from home by conflict.
Date
29/05/2018
This paper presents the methodology as well as the results of the joint OECD-European Commission project Migration-Demography Database: A monitoring system of the demographic impact of migration and m
Date
16/05/2018
This report analyses the reasons for European policy-makers coming to perceive the Sahel as a threat to Europe’s own security and stability.
Date
02/03/2018
The “New Concept for Europe” initiative aims to inspire shared and positive aspirations for the future, to help Europe sustain its wellbeing and address the disruptive forces reshaping the world, with
Date
19/01/2018

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