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Rights

COMPAS’ work has highlighted the trade-offs that characterise migration decision making at every level, from the personal to international policy making. Key areas of work have included analysis of the tension between access and rights in labour immigration policies in high-income countries, the rights of migrant care workers and those of elderly employers, as well as questions about the impacts of immigration on welfare provision and the challenges migration generates for welfare states.

Books

Reports

Access to Healthcare, Insurance Provision and Health Status of Sri Lankan Migrant Domestic Workers

Hiranthi Jayaweera, Elizabeth H. Shlala and the Centre for Women's Research (CENWOR)

The COMPAS Approach

Ben Gidley, Rob McNeil and Emma Newcombe

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

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

EUMAGINE: Ukraine: Country and Research Areas Report

Bastian Vollmer, Yuriy Bilan, Iryna Lapshyna, Svitlana Vdovtsova

Common Ground: Equality, Good Race Relations and Sites for Gypsies and Irish Travellers

Sarah Spencer (CRE commissioner and chair of the advisory committee)

Working Papers

Other Publications

Projects

Border Security: Discourses and Practices in the UK

Bastian Vollmer | April 2013 – 2016

Does Immigration Enforcement Matter (DIEM)?

Franck Düvell, Iryna Lapshyna and Myriam Cherti | November 2013 - October 2016

Equality for whom?

Sarah Spencer | 2010 – 2011

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

Franck Düvell and Bastian Vollmer | December 2009 – March 2011

Immigrants and Employment Discrimination

Madeleine Sumption, Martin Ruhs and Yvonni Markaki | March – April 2015

Online Tool to Improve the Assessment of Destitute Families’ Eligibility for Support

Caroline Oliver and Sarah Spencer | May 2016 - May 2019

The Economics and Politics of Migrant Rights

Martin Ruhs | 2008 – 2014