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This report discusses the essential findings and learnings from a collaborative research project with the University of Liverpool, investigating the use of Twitter data to track immigration sentiment during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The region covered by the Regional Office in Vienna features diverse economic, environmental, demographic, political, social and migration contexts and trends. Issues and challenges include demographic shifts, skills and labour gaps, human trafficking and stranded migrants, inadequate access to… Read More
South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia – Regional Strategy 2020–2024 (Russian) ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ ЕВРОПА, ВОСТОЧНАЯ ЕВРОПА И ЦЕНТРАЛЬНАЯ АЗИЯ – РЕГИОНАЛЬНАЯ СТРАТЕГИЯ 2020–2024
Регион, находящийся под юрисдикцией Регионального офиса в Вене, отличается разнообразными экономическими, экологическими, демографическими, политическими, социальными и миграционными особенностями и тенденциями.
The rapid surge in mixed migration in 2015-2016 thrust many local authorities across Europe into emergency mode, forcing them to find ways to address the needs of vulnerable groups, including refugees with a range of physical and mental-health conditions and unaccompanied children. Often,… Read More
This is a joint publication of IOM Italy and the Prefecture of Naples which presents relevant data and information regarding the foreign population regularly residing in the 4th Municipality of the City of Naples. It does so by illustrating the available data on demographic and socio-economic… Read More
“In Europe, we need to get on urgently with the process of managing migration as best as we can, in accordance with clear principles, so that migration can benefit our societies and our economies.” In his lead article for this issue of MPP, Martin Schulz, former President of the European Parliament… Read More
International Migration, Vol. 49(3) 2011 The Transnational Political Participation of Latino Migrants in Europe
International Migration is a refereed bimonthly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of… Read More
Migration Trends in Selected Applicant Countries Volume VI - Slovenia: The perspective of a Country on the 'Schengen Periphery'
Accession to the EU is expected to bring about changes in migratory routes and destinations, as well as social changes in future member states. How will new migration trends affect society in these countries? How will countries characterized by emigration in the 90’s cope with rising immigration… Read More
Migration Policy Practice is a bimonthly journal published jointly by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Eurasylum Ltd. It only contributes articles from, and is overseen by, senior officials in Government, EU and international organizations, as well as civil society worldwide,… Read More