A door to the future? The consequences for young migrants of immigration and welfare policy

The EUMARGINS UK Research team have organised a briefing session at the Houses of Parliament on Thursday, 6 October where they will present their policy report. As part of the briefing, they have produced a briefing paper through COMPAS (ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society).

Additionally, on 7 September, they launched their national policy report: "A door to the future? The consequences for young migrants of immigration and welfare policy." The report is based on the findings from the London leg of the EUMARGINS research project. The findings relate to the case studies of young adult immigrants and descendants in London compiled in partnership with young people that speak to local and European debates. The conference programme is located here.

For the dissemination of policy recommendations the policy workshops will be organised in each participating country. Policy workshops will aim at presenting the results of the research carried out in each country and transnationally and presenting policy recommendations, as well as discussing the results and recommendations with politicians and stakeholders of each country. The target group of policy workshops will be local/national politicians and stakeholders (community leaders, NGO representatives).

 

By T. Sarin
Published Sep. 12, 2011 3:14 AM - Last modified Oct. 5, 2011 2:22 PM