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The EUMAGINE project (Imagining Europe from the Outside) has published its first newsletter

The four-page publication contains information about the research design and pilot surveys, as well as a list of forthcoming events and project papers published to date.

EUMAGINE is a collaborative European research pro-ject aimed at investigating the impact of perceptions of human rights and democracy on migration aspirations and decisions. It aims to study how Europe is per-ceived from outside the EU, and how these perceptions affect migration aspirations and decisions.

Download EUMAGINE Newsletter 1

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