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Workshop on Migration: Research and Innovation

Brussels, 16 September 2015

Policy responses to migration must be based on a sound and evidence-based understanding of the various phenomena surrounding migration. To this end, Unit Open and inclusive Societies held a workshop on 16 September 2015 gathering Social Sciences and Humanities research projects on migration. The workshop covered various aspects of migration, including the transitioning character of transnational migration; temporary versus permanent migration; social inclusion of immigrants and ethnic minorities; social cohesion and migrant attitudes towards the welfare state.





  • EURA-NET: Transnational Migration in Transition: Transformative Characteristics of Temporary Mobility of People
  • FamiliesAndSocieties: Changing families and sustainable societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations
  • TEMPER: Temporary vs. Permanent Migration
  • DIVERCITIES: Governance of cohesion and diversity in urban contexts
  • COEURE: Cooperation for European Research in Economics
  • MIFARE: Migrants' Welfare State Attitude
  • Mobile Welfare: European welfare systems in times of mobility



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