The Center for Comparative Immigration Studies at U.C. San Diego is an academic institute devoted to the comparative analysis of the causes and effects of international immigration and immigration policy.
The Center for Immigration Studies is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit research organization founded in 1985. It is the nation’s only think tank devoted exclusively to research and policy analysis of the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of immigration on the United (...)
La CRIEC s’intéresse aux problématiques de l’immigration, de la diversité culturelle, de la nation et de la citoyenneté, tant sur le plan théorique que dans l’expression de leur forme concrète au sein des sociétés occidentales.
Eurasylum’s activities centre, primarily, on the study and evaluation of developments affecting policy, legal and programme decisions in the fields of immigration and border control processes, labour migration, status determination systems, trafficking in human beings, issues of IDPs, and migrant integration schemes (...)
The Institute for the Study of International Migration [ISIM], founded in 1998, is part of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and affiliated with the Law Center at Georgetown University. ISIM focuses on all aspects of international migration, including the causes of and potential responses to population movements, immigration and (...)
The Migration News Sheet is a European monthly covering all major European developments in the fields of immigration and asylum policies, asylum-seekers, controlled migration, irregular and illegal immigration, racism and xenophobia, and issues arising out of the process of integrating ethnic minorities.
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Our mandate is to promote a successful multi-ethnic Britain - a Britain where citizens and communities feel valued, enjoy equal opportunities to develop their talents, lead fulfilling lives and accept collective responsibility, all in the spirit of civic friendship, shared identity and a common sense of belonging. We act as a bridge-builder (...)