The Migration Policy Centre (MPC) conducts advanced research on the transnational governance of international migration, asylum and mobility. It aims to provide new ideas, rigorous evidence and critical thinking to inform major European and global policy debates. Learn more about us

Austria’s snap election: Is the Freedom Party (FPÖ) going to fade away?

In the wake of the Austrian general election, the far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ) experienced a sharp decline in votes. Does this mean that opposition to immigration among some sections of the Austrian electorate has gone away? The Migration Policy Centre’s Observatory of Public Attitudes to Migration’s team maps and analyses recent trends in attitudes to migration in Austria. Read More …

Public views on asylum and refugee policies similar across European countries

Europeans want to protect refugees, but prefer policies that use limits and conditions, according to an analysis of the attitude of 12,000 people across European countries towards asylum and refugee policies. Read More …

Rethinking EU Migration and Asylum Policies: Managing Immigration Jointly with Countries of Origin and Transit, 16 October 2019, Brussels

MPC Seminar with Linda Oucho and Annick-Laure Tchuendem, 16 October 2019

Refuge beyond Reach: How Rich Democracies Repel Asylum Seekers, Seminar with David Fitzgerald, 15 October 2019

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow for the MEDAM Project