ROLE OF EUROPEAN MOBILITY AND ITS IMPACTS IN NARRATIVES, DEBATES AND EU REFORMS

Featured

Meet the REMINDER team

The REMINDER project includes participation from 14 consortium partners across Europe.

Highlights

June 13, 2018

Understanding the political conflicts around free movement in the European Union: A conceptual framework for an institutional analysis

This REMINDER project study provides a theoretical framework for an institutional analysis of why some EU Member States have called for more restricted access for EU workers to welfare benefits whilst others have not.

July 16, 2018

Immigration and the Reallocation of Work Health Risks

The findings of this new paper suggest that immigration pushes UK-born workers towards jobs characterized by lower physical burden and injury risk. It suggests that this could reduce overall health care, human, and financial costs.

News & Events

July 11, 2018

New journal article: The European media discourse on immigration and its effects (literature review)

To understand public opinion about immigration in Europe, one has to understand the media’s role in it. We present a literature review on research on media discourse on immigration and their effects.

June 12, 2018

NEWSLETTER: Roundup Spring 2018

Check out our first newsletter, where we highlight some of our project activities, research and upcoming events. Read it here. Sign up for the next newsletter here.

May 23, 2018

SEMINAR: Blessing or Burden? The Impact of Refugees on Businesses and the Informal Economy, 27 September 2018

Sadra Rozo of the University of Southern California will present a paper on the impact of refugees on businesses and the informal economy.

Publications

11 July 2018

Europeans’ Attitudes To Immigration From Within And Outside Europe: A Role For Perceived Welfare Impacts?

This paper explores to what extent EU citizens distinguish between immigration from within and outside Europe and whether the effects of immigration on welfare services play a role.

19 June 2018

Free Movement in the European Union: An Audit

This paper explores some of the main controversies surrounding free movement. It examines whether the roots lie in the way the system was designed, or in how it is implemented in practice. It also explores the history and original rationale for free movement and analyses whether it has fulfilled its overarching objectives.

19 June 2018

EU citizenship and free movement: Troubled partners, or a mutually reinforcing relationship?

This paper explores the concept of European citizenship and how it helps or hinders the free movement of people within the EU.

Latest Tweets

#EU #migration plan is unworkable, Czech PM warns https://t.co/VmA7mnNQRx via @financialtimes

BBC News - #Migration from #EU to #UK lowest for four years, ONS figures show https://t.co/5g5yTnkzBG

New @EU_REMINDER paper finds that immigration pushes #UK workers towards jobs characterized by lower physical burden and injury risk. Check out the paper https://t.co/34quPAw0JR @EU_REMINDER @COMPAS_oxford @CVar_Sil @Osea82 @CatiaNicodemo

Signup to our newsletter

Enter your email address to get the latest news direct to your inbox