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

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WEBINAR: Understanding the possibilities and limitations of data on intra-EU migration

November 19, 2019

This event is in the past. You can watch the webinar here.

 

Date: November 19th

Time: 10:00 – 11:30 CET

All are welcome. This event will be live-streamed on YouTube.

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What defines an intra-EU migrant? What are the main migration corridors within the EU? What is the common profile of those moving within the EU? As part of Work Package 2 of the REMINDER project, we conducted research on existing data sources on intra-EU migration which may be used to answer these and similar questions. We catalogued and synthesized statistical sources that provide information on different aspects of intra-EU mobility and brought them together in a user-friendly database. This “database of databases” gives insights into what available statistics can and cannot tell us about the scale and characteristics of EU mobility, while enabling comparisons of different mobility metrics across Member States. During this interactive Webinar, we will present our main findings on patterns and dynamics of intra-EU migration, discuss opportunities and limitations of existing data sources and introduce the database and its functionalities to potential users.

If you have any questions before registering, please contact Dr. Katrin Marchand.

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Research tends not to be linear. To showcase the work of @EU_REMINDER we wanted reflect that all of our research themes are connected. That's where @jjosephmiller & @designbysoapbox stepped in;
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4/6 The 4 ‘standard’ drivers of migration - work, study, family, or escaping turmoil fail to take into account the myriad of reason a person might want to live in another country - adventure, curiosity, better weather !
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2/6. Learning from @EU_REMINDER about the impact of migrants on wages suggests small effects on average and potentially larger effects in specific occupations. (and perhaps 'low wage' is a better term than 'low-skilled') #Immigration
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