Migration Policy Centre

New faculty arrivals in January

The EUI is delighted to welcome a number of new professors on a full-time basis this month. Professor Martin Ruhs joins the EUI to become Chair in Migration Studies and Deputy Director of the Migration Policy Centre at the Robert Schuman Centre. Professor Ruhs’ research focuses on the economics and politics of international migration, with […]

Human trafficking syllabus available online

Neil Howard, a Marie Curie Fellow at the EUI, is part of a team of over 150 academics and practitioners who have contributed to a new e-syllabus known as the Beyond Trafficking and Slavery (BTS) Short Course. Neil Howard is based at the Migration Policy Centre where he is working on a project entitled ‘The […]

Migration Policy Centre co-host refugee conference

The Migration Policy Centre (MPC) at the EUI is co-organising a policy conference this February entitled Searching for Solidarity in EU Asylum and Border policies. The MPC, based at the EUI has recently launched several projects exploring the EU’s refugee crisis. These include research on the access of refugees to the labour market of Member States and another on […]

Ukrainian migration changes course

Traditional patterns of Ukrainian migration that began to shift before the recent escalation of tensions in the region are likely to be subject to further disturbance as a result


The Migration Policy Centre is delighted to announce the official start of the project CONTENTION

EU Commissioner advances idea of common migration policy

The European Commissioner for Home Affairs said in June that EU member states were too concerned with border and economic security to fulfil their duty to support the Arab Spring, and pushed for a Europe-wide migration policy.