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MigRes - Migration Resources
Migration resources for scholars and students working on immigration in Europe
MigRes provides information useful for interdisciplinary research on migration and migrant communities, as well as on asylum, immigration policy and initiatives targeted at the incorporation of migrants. Related issues such as debates on multiculturalism are also included. The main disciplines covered are social geography, sociology, law, political science and policy studies, philosophy, history, anthropology, economics and demography.
The purpose of the site is to assist academics and students or any person with a specific interest in migration-related issues with research on migration in Europe.
MigRes also provides professors with teaching tools such as syllabi. Students will find bibliographical help as well as links to relevant web sites and journals.
MigRes also includes a directory of scholars to facilitate the creation of research networks and encourage interaction among scholars.
We would also like to direct your attention to the other migration-related
activities at the RSCAS.
Other activities run by the Marie Curie chair holder:
The project has been supervised by Marie Curie professor Virginie Guiraudon and conducted by Lotte Holm.
MigRes is financed by the Marie Curie Chair programme of the European Commission.
|Page updated: 29/07/08|