CARIM - Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration

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Research

Research and studies are conducted on issues that are considered to be crucial for countries of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and the European Union as well as for migrants themselves, such as the causes and consequences of migration, the forms of migration, the future of migration, the management of migration, and the integration of migrants. Research is applied and policy-oriented, with a view to identifying and analysing emerging questions, and providing support for the definition and monitoring of public policies

Topics

Border Management in SEM countries

Circular Migration in SEM countries

Irregular Migration in SEM countries

Migration, Transfers and Development in SEM countries

Transit Migration in SEM countries

Labour Market and Migration

Highly Skilled Migration

Available publications are available here.

Gender and Migration

CARIM has launched the new research topic: "Gender and Migration". Click here for more details and information on related events.

Highly-Skilled Migration

CARIM is currently publishing papers following research into Highly-Skilled Migration into, through and from the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and Sub-Saharan Africa. Click on the link to view the papers in the series.

Migration Profiles

CARIM Migration Profiles provide an overview of demographic, economic, legal and sociopolitical aspects shaping migration in the country.
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Irregular Migration

CARIM has published 36 papers as a result of research into Irregular Migration in Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries.
Click on the link to view the papers in the series.

Circular Migration

CARIM has published 38 papers as a result of research into Circular migration in the Euro-Mediterranean area. Click on the link to view the papers in the series.

Iraqi refugees

CARIM has just published 10 papers on Iraqi Refugees in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey. Click on the link to view the papers.

Page last updated: 03/03/2010NULL