Latest news & events
Smuggling, Trafficking, and Extortion: New Conceptual and Policy Challenges on the Libyan Route to Europe
The first paper of Professor Anna Triandafyllidou as Canada Excellence Research Chair is now out.
Call for Presenters - Academic 'Speed-Dating' on keyword 'Bureaucracy'
Migration can often involve numerous encounters with bureaucracy and state officials.
Blog - Migrants and healthcare
Migrants and healthcare. Food for thought from Ginevra Cerrina Feroni’s latest publication
By Andrea Terlizzi - University of Florence
Event: Reversing the trend
The SIRIUS project has joined forces with the leading European think tank, CEPS, to organise an event that aims to begin the process of transforming the discourse on the labour market integration o
Latest Findings: Civil society enablers and barriers
The SIRIUS project has today released the latest findings of it's multidisciplinary and cross-national analysis of the labour market integration of migrants, refugees and asylum applicants (MRAs) i
Migration Research Hub is online
The Migration Research Hub supports the systematic accumulation of knowledge in migration studies.
Black History Month in Scotland
October is the Black History Month in Scotland. The first co-ordinated programme for Black History Month in Scotland was launched in Glasgow in 2001.
TAMPERE 20 YEAR ANNIVERSARY Achievements and Future Priorities for EU AFSJ Agenda
The second half of 2019 corresponds with the 20 year anniversary of the Tampere Programme (European Council Conclusions of October 1999). Th
Labour market integration – challenges for the local level
The SIRIUS project will take part in the DG Research and Innovation and the Research Executive Agency participatory session "Labour market integration of migrants – challenges for
SIRIUS Game at Job Fair, Thessaloniki
Migration and Health – BMJ Migration Health Series
The British Medical Journal has recently launched a migration health series which aims to provide insights and perspectives by researchers, policy makers, practitioners, civil society, and migrants