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.



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

Rob McNeil and COMPAS Communications

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

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