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14/07/2022

Atypical work and the social protection of migrants in Europe

An analysis based on real cases
11/07/2022

Of walls and bridges

Guidelines for a policy of reception and inclusion of migrants
03/02/2022

Le Grand Enfumage

Does the populist vote rise where most immigrants settle? Do Europe’s far-right parties treat immigration […]
10/01/2022

Migrant key workers and social cohesion in Europe

Migration has become one of Europe’s most politically divisive issues. This Policy Study concentrates on […]
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07/11/2022
Roma, Italy

Migrazione e disinformazione dopo l’invasione dell’Ucraina

Migration and disinformation after the invasion of Ukraine
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28/09/2022
EPC Headquarters, Brussels

Disinformation on migration after the invasion of Ukraine

Building up resilience against fake news
11/01/2022

Migrant key workers and social cohesion in Europe

11 January 2022 As many other developed countries, the EU member states and the European […]
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Progressive Post
16/05/2022

The European Commission’s legal migration ‘policy’: good intentions, limited impact

07/04/2022

Ukraine’s plight

14/03/2022

Solidarity without borders?

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How to fight disinformation on migration in the EU?

Discover the 2022 Progressive Yearbook!

Progressive Yearbook: Looking back to look ahead

#44 FEPS Talks: The migration flows in the Mediterranean in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

#23 FEPS Talks: The Greek-Turkish border crisis and the need to reform the EU asylum system

#20 FEPS Talks: Myths and truths about African migration

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Arthur CADY

Project Officer
Arthur is FEPS project officer for international relations projects. Before joining FEPS at the end […]

Hedwig GIUSTO

Senior Research Fellow and Editor in Chief of the Progressive Post
Hedwig is FEPS Senior Research Fellow and Editor-in-chief of the Progressive Post, the magazine run […]
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