Exploring the issues that arise in Europe in relation to migrants with irregular immigration status, at EU, national and city level
This research and knowledge-exchange project explores law, policy and practices surrounding the reporting of crime by irregular migrants in the USA and four European countries (Belgium, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands); and assesses the legal and political “replicability” of relevant experiences from the USA in European contexts.
C-MISE supports a working group of nine European cities to build a stronger body of evidence on city practices, share learning and develop guidance material on key areas of service provision, including four short videos, relevant to municipalities across Europe.
Our third Autumn Academy, a residential symposium in Oxford for 30 senior policy makers, NGO leaders and foundations from across Europe, working at EU, national and city level., with shared learning from the United States
A two-day roundtable in Barcelona with representatives from 11 cities in eight European countries on city responses to irregular migrants, in partnership with Barcelona City Council and Eurocities.
Working with school children to develop performances of stories based on interviews with undocumented migrants in Oxford, Birmingham and London
Exploring the extent of, and rationales for, entitlements to service provision for migrants with irregular immigration status in EU countries.