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Welcome to the Migration Research Institute (MRI), established by the Mathias Corvinus Collegium Foundation and the Századvég Foundation.

Migration poses a challenge to countries in the developed and the developing world. We find that globalization has brought at least as many problems to the surface as it has solved. The longstanding consequences of mass immigration redraw the profile of entire societies and affect the fate of millions. It is critical to get a complete picture of the phenomenon.

We believe that the scientific community plays a crucial role in analyzing migration’s drivers and social impacts. Our institute – established in the autumn of 2015 – works with the undisguised purpose of researching and explaining immigration to Europe scientifically and understandably to an audience interested in the issue while lacking academic background.

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MOROCCO CAN PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

The most important thing that Morocco can offer to Europe is to be an effective participant in the fight against the influx…

MOROCCO CAN PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING

2021 BROUGHT A RUNNING UP IN IRREGULAR IMMIGRATION

Szabolcs Janik, deputy director of the MRI told M1 Világ magazine that the number of illegal border crossings at the EU's external…

2021 BROUGHT A RUNNING UP IN IRREGULAR IMMIGRATION

“THE MIGRATION CRISIS STAYS WITH US” – RESEARCHERS FOR MANDINER

"It is not a question of how many people are present at the borders at any given moment, but rather of what…

“THE MIGRATION CRISIS STAYS WITH US” – RESEARCHERS FOR MANDINER

THE V4 DRAWS A MORE DISTINCTIVE PROFILE IN FOREIGN POLICY

Szabolcs Janik, deputy director of the MRI told Karc FM that the V4 countries are now trying to act in a common…

THE V4 DRAWS A MORE DISTINCTIVE PROFILE IN FOREIGN POLICY

OLAF SCHOLZ CALLED GERMANY AN IMMIGRANT COUNTRY

Our researcher Márk Vargha gave an interview to Kossuth Radio about the new German Chancellor's program speech, in which he called his…

OLAF SCHOLZ CALLED GERMANY AN IMMIGRANT COUNTRY