15 June 2021
Why do people migrate? Are borders beyond control? Are immigrants taking away jobs? Has integration ‘failed’? Or do we badly need immigrants to boost growth and innovation in ageing societies? And how does migration affect development in origin societies?
New article: Crafting a ‘liberal monarchy’: regime consolidation and immigration policy reform in Morocco
5 August 2020
In a new article published in the Journal of North African Studies, IMI researcher Katharina Natter analyses Moroccan immigration policymaking and ties to the monarchy's authoritarian consolidation agenda.
5 August 2020
In our latest working paper, Hein de Haas, Sonja Fransen, Katharina Natter, Kerilyn Schewel and Simona Vezzoli introduce the 'social transformation framework' as a conceptual tool to study social change.
Vacancy for two student assistants within the Teaching Immigration in European Schools (TIES) project
7 July 2020
The Teaching Immigration in European Schools (TIES) project, affiliated to the International Migration Institute (IMI) Amsterdam, aims to bring migration research to schools across Europe.
MADE Policy Brief (no. 1)
MADE Research Team, (2021), 1
Welfare and Migration: Unfulfilled Aspirations to “Have Rights” in the South- Moroccan Todgha Valley
Dominique Jolivet , (2020), IMI Working Paper Series, 170, 1 - 28
State Expansion, Mobility and the Aspiration to Stay in Western French Guiana
Mathis Osburg, (2020), IMI Working Paper Series, 168, 1 - 31