Understanding the barriers immigrants face in Europe

The Projects Magazine interviewed Scientific Coordinator Katrine Fangen for a feature article on the EUMARGINS project.  The article highlights some of our main findings based on our two book publications. It concludes by stating that "the overall aim of the project is to help provide a better understanding of what barriers young immigrants from around Europe meet througout their life, so that governments and other organisations can aid them more effectively in achieving their full potential." The article will not only be available in the latest printed publication of the Projects Magazine, but will also be avilable digitally on their website. To read the article.

 

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By T. Sarin
Published Sep. 13, 2011 6:00 PM - Last modified Sep. 13, 2011 6:03 PM