Migration

Migration has occurred over millennia; however, it is now increasing in intensity and rapidity. The repercussions of migratory flows are altering the way we relate to our communities and the rest of the world. This means that all of humanity now has an active role in addressing the crises causing massive waves of migration, but also how to include and integrate migrants into their new societies.


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Experts on topic

Demetrios G. Papademetriou
Demetrios G. Papademetriou
Senior Fellow and President, MPI Europe
Heather Brown
Heather Brown
Associate Researcher & Editor, DOC Research Institute
Nikita Konopaltsev
Nikita Konopaltsev
Senior Researcher, DOC Research Institute
Andrey Yakimov
Andrey Yakimov
Anthropologist, expert on migration legislation, economic migrants and ethnic minorities
Arne Seifert
Arne Seifert
Central Asia Advisor, Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, University of Hamburg
Diana Orlova
Diana Orlova
Research Associate, DOC Research Institute

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