Is it possible to change someone’s mind about migrating? Can we prevent migration by tackling the ‘root causes’ of migration, or by providing services and jobs in origin and transit countries?
Our research generates understanding of how refugees and migrants make decisions, with a particular focus on the role that policies play in shaping those decisions. These policies range from those explicitly tackling migration, to the broader policy environment, including labour policies, basic services and social protection.
- Multimedia project | The journey across America: understanding a nation’s immigration experience - Looking at what it means to be American today, through analysing their history of immigration (2018)
- Event | Understanding refugee and migrant journeys to Europe - Exploring the research on migrant decision-making in countries of destination and transit. (Jan 2018)
- Project | Journeys on hold - Analysing what happens to migrants stuck in transit (March 2017)
- Report | Europe’s refugees and migrants: hidden flows, tightened borders and spiralling costs – Detailing the cost of controlling Europe’s borders (Sept 2016)
- Project | Journeys to Europe: the role of policy in migrant decision- making - Analysing what influences people's decisions to come to Europe (Feb 2016)