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Reforming Europe’s refugee policies: Austrian-Danish plan will not work

This Euronews Op-Ed discusses the new Austrian-Danish “vision paper” on how to reform Europe’s asylum and refugee policies.
Euronews Op-Ed by Martin Ruhs, Deputy Director of the Migration Policy Centre, and Mikkel Baslund, Research Fellow and Head of Ageing Societies Programme at CEPS. Read More …

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Children and irregular migration practices : missing children or missing data?

This article summarizes what the claims attributing young people’s mobility efforts to organized criminal actors may hide and provides examples of efforts to collect improved data on young people’s migratory experiences and challenges. Article by Gabriella Sanchez in Migration Policy Read More …

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Migration Working Group – Trans-Asia as method: de-westernising, de-nationalising and de-academicising knowledge production in Asia, 16 October 2018

Bridging the Gaps: Linking Research to Public Debates and Policy Making on Migration and Integration

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