Cameron Thibos

Research Assistant to MPC

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Cameron received his D.Phil (phd) in 2014 from the Department of International Development at the University of Oxford. His thesis concerned the politics of narrative control and identity formation among Turkish migrants. He also holds a masters degree in Middle Eastern studies from the University of Texas at Austin. His thematic research interests include identity politics and its impact on migration and development issues, discourse and media analysis, as well as the broader socio-economic transformations of Turkey and the Arab world.

Cameron.Thibos@EUI.eu

The MPC

The Migration Policy Centre based at the European University Institute, Florence, conducts advanced research on global migration to serve migration governance needs at the European level, from developing, implementing and monitoring migration-related policies to assessing their impact on the wider economy and society.

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Recent Publications

Latvia’s Integration Policies

Project: INTERACT

By Elina Apsite-Berina

Integration Policies Portugal Country Report

Project: INTERACT

By Ana Paula Cruz Beja Orrico Horta, Maria Paula Gonçalves de Oliveira

Integration Policy Netherlands Country Report

Project: INTERACT

By Fenya Fischler

Integration Policies Sweden country report

Project: INTERACT

By Ruben Andersson, Agnieszka Weinar

Bolivia: Diaspora and emigration policies

Project: INTERACT

By Alfonso Hinojosa Gordonava, Leonardo de la Torre Ávila

Demography, Migration, and Labour Market in Qatar

Project: Gulf Migration

By Françoise De Bel-Air

The Story of remittance Flows from the GCC Countries

Project: Gulf Migration

By George S. Naufal, Ismail H. Genc

Policy and institutional framework of Indonesia

Project: INTERACT

By Stéphanie Barral

Director's Welcome

by Philippe Fargues

Migration is the result of an imperfect world, wracked by inequalities, a world that sets people on the move. All nations have migrants, either emigrants or immigrants, and generally both, who represent, at the same time, a hope and a worry with regard to major societal issues such as progress, welfare, cohesion, security and rights...

Read the Director's Welcome

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