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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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TRENDS IN ILLEGAL MIGRATION ALONG THE SOUTHERN BORDER

Many people are still trying to enter Hungary illegally: the number of attempts to enter the country at the southern border will…

TRENDS IN ILLEGAL MIGRATION ALONG THE SOUTHERN BORDER

BIDEN USES ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS TO PREVENT THE QUESTING OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

Under Joe Biden's directive, Immigration and Customs Enforcement can only prioritise the search for illegal immigrants in the country - not apprehended…

BIDEN USES ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS TO PREVENT THE QUESTING OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

PROTESTS IN SUDAN

Viktor Marsai, research director of the MRI told M1 World that there is a power struggle between civil groups and the army…

PROTESTS IN SUDAN

Multiculturalism under Siege? The Swedish Experience

The social and political contract of the Swedish society is based on multiculturalism. Nevertheless, in the last decades, the arrival of migrants…

Multiculturalism Under Siege? The Swedish Experience

THREE SEAS INITIATIVE AND THE VISEGRAD GROUP: RIVALRY OR COMPLEMENTARITY? HUNGARY’S CENTRAL EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

The article by our junior researcher Róbert Gönczi was recently published in the international academic journal European Foreign Affairs. In his analysis,…

THREE SEAS INITIATIVE AND THE VISEGRAD GROUP: RIVALRY OR COMPLEMENTARITY? HUNGARY’S CENTRAL EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE