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European Union

The free movement of EU citizens has had significant implications for intra-European migration and settlement. There have been concerns about its impact on welfare states, and many EU states have introduced length of stay requirements for social assistance as a consequence. It has also been accompanied by greater restrictions on the movement of ‘Third Country Nationals’. In the study of migration the European Union (EU) is often differentiated into the EU15 or the old EU, EU8/10, the countries that joined the EU in 2004, and the A2 (Romania and Bulgaria). The A2 were subject to transitional measures limiting free movement until 2014.

Books

Reports

The COMPAS Approach

Ben Gidley, Rob McNeil and Emma Newcombe

AMICALL: Final Evaluation Report

Marjorie Mayo, Alison Rooke

AMICALL: Final Transnational Report

Ben Gidley, Elizabeth Collett

EUMAGINE: Perceptions, Imaginations, Life-Satisfaction and Sociodemography: The Case of Ukraine

Franck Düvell,Bastian Vollmer, Yuriy Bilan, Yulia Borshchevska, Iryna Lapshyna, Svitlana Vdovtsova

AMICALL: Country Context Paper – UK

Ben Gidley and Hiranthi Jayaweera

European Security Challenges. EU-US Immigration Systems

Franck Düvell and Bastian Vollmer

EUMAGINE: Ukraine: Country and Research Areas Report

Bastian Vollmer, Yuriy Bilan, Iryna Lapshyna, Svitlana Vdovtsova

Clandestino: Ethical Issues in Irregular Migration Research

Franck Düvell, Bastian Vollmer, Anna Triandafyllidou

Changing Status, Changing Lives? Methods, Participants and Lessons Learnt

Bridget Anderson,Martin Ruhs,Sarah Spencer, Ben Rogaly

Fair Enough? Central and East European Migrants in Low-Wage Employment in the UK

Bridget Anderson, Martin Ruhs, Sarah Spencer, Ben Rogaly

Journal Articles

Working Papers

Other Publications

Research Brief

Understanding the dynamics of migration to Greece and the EU: Drivers, decisions and destinations

Heaven Crawley, Franck Duvell, Katharine Jones and Dimitris Skleparis

Information portal

Co-ordination of the European Website on Integration

Sarah Spencer and Caroline Oliver

Research Brief

Unpacking a Rapidly Changing Scenario

Heaven Crawley, Franck Duvell, Nando Sigona, Simon McMahon, Katharine Jones

Policy Brief

Consistent Support and Mutual Learning Required

Helen McCarthy and Hiranthi Jayaweera

Global Exchange briefings

What works in social-economic integration?

Jenny Phillimore

Projects

Attitudes to Migrants, Communication and Local Leadership (AMICALL)

Ben Gidley, Sarah Spencer, Michael Keith and Vanessa Hughes | 2011 – 2012

Balancing Citizenship of Insiders and Outsiders

Bridget Anderson and Sarah Walker | September 2013 – September 2016

Changing status, changing lives? The socio-economic impact of EU Enlargement on low wage migrant labour in the UK

Bridget Anderson, Martin Ruhs and Sarah Spencer | March 2004 – May 2005

Diaspora Politics

Dace Dzenovska | 2013 – 2014

Early Legal Advice for Protection Applicants

Bridget Anderson | September 2012 – June 2014

Immigration and the NHS

Carlos Vargas-Silva | 2015 - 2016

Impact of Admission Criteria on the Integration of Migrants (IMPACIM)

Sarah Spencer and Caroline Oliver | December 2011 – October 2012

Integration Policies: Who Benefits?

Ben Gidley | November 2013 – April 2015

Migration and Poverty in the UK

Martin Ruhs, Carlos Vargas-Silva, Madeleine Sumption and Yvonni Markaki | February – April 2015

Service Provision to Irregular Migrants in Europe

Sarah Spencer and Vanessa Hughes | 2012 – 2015

Unravelling the Mediterranean Migration Crisis (MEDMIG)

Franck Düvell | Sep 2015 - Aug 2016

UPSTREAM: Developing Effective Strategies for the Mainstreaming of Integration Governance

Ben Gidley and Ole Jensen | January 2014 – September 2015

WORK>INT: Assessing and enhancing integration in workplaces

Hiranthi Jayaweera and Helen McCarthy | January 2014 – June 2015