EUMARGINS: Social inclusion and exclusion
The Public Service Review has presented a profile on EUMARGINS in their latest issue of European Union (Issue 23). It provides an in depth overview of our project, the main publications and presents the central findings based on the most pertinent life arenas (migration, education, labour market, participation and identity) observed in the life stories of the young adult immigrants interviewed in the project. What is central is that EUMARGINS furthered the ongoing process of the development of common principles and/or EU immigration policy as well as social agenda. This has all been accomplished through the extensive qualitative research done by offering the young immigrants and descendants a platform to voice their opinions and experiences. To read the complete profile.