Migrants, both internal and international, have historically often been subjected to prejudice and discrimination. How the figure of the migrant is “othered” is a complex question, and how it intersects with racialisation and racism is an important area of research. Discrimination and unequal outcomes for different groups are also key areas for policy and political mobilisation.



Recruitment in Britain: Examining employers’ practices and attitudes to employing UK-born and foreign-born workers

Lorna Adams, Andrea Broughton, Marc Cranney, Sarah Dobie, Rachel Marangozov, Yvonni Markaki, Madeleine Sumption

Integration Disadvantage and Extremism

Ben Gidley and David Feldman (eds.)

The COMPAS Approach

Rob McNeil and COMPAS Communications

AMICALL: Final Evaluation Report

Marjorie Mayo, Alison Rooke

AMICALL: Final Transnational Report

Ben Gidley, Elizabeth Collett

Care and Immigration. Migrant Care Workers in Private Households

Bridget Anderson, Mumtaz Lalani, Lourdes Gordolan

Journal Articles

Working Papers

Other Publications


Attitudes to Migrants, Communication and Local Leadership (AMICALL)

Sarah Spencer, Michael Keith and COMPAS Communications | 2011 – 2012

Concordia Discors

COMPAS Communications | January 2011 to October 2012

Equality for whom?

Sarah Spencer | 2010 – 2011

Fundamental rights situation of irregular immigrants in the European Union (FRIM)

COMPAS Communications | December 2009 – March 2011

Immigrants and Employment Discrimination

Madeleine Sumption | March – April 2015

Recession, Vulnerable Workers and Immigration

admin@compas | January 2009 – April 2009

Who Cares? Researching and Meeting the Needs of Migrant Care Workers

COMPAS Communications | June 2007 – September 2009