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The team of IMI researchers working on the THEMIS project have now published the scoping studies in Phase 1 of the research

The THEMIS project explores the conditions under which initial moves by pioneer migrants to Europe result in the formation of migration systems and the conditions under which this does not happen.

Phase 1 of THEMIS has now been completed. It involved development of the conceptual theory as well as the writing of scoping studies.

Visit the THEMIS project page to download the scoping studies on Brazil, Morocco and the Ukraine.

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