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Welcome to the website of the Migration Research Institute (MRI) which was founded by the Mathias Corvinus Collegium Foundation and the Századvég Foundation.

Migration is one of the biggest challenges of our time both in the developed and in the developing world. We experience that globalization has brought to the surface at least as many problems as it has solved. The long-term consequences of mass immigration are reshaping complete societies and affecting the fate of millions. For this reason, it is of key importance to get as clear a picture as possible of this phenomenon. We believe that the scientific community has a crutial role in mapping the drivers and social impacts of migration. Our institute was established in the autumn of 2015 with the undisguised purpose of researching and explaining immigration to Europe in a scientific and understandable way to an audience interested in the topic, however lacking academic background.

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THERE IS A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE PROPORTION OF TUNESIAN AND ALGERIAN MIGRANTS

Our researcher, Márk Vargha, said on Kossuth Radio that a significant increase in the proportion of Tunisian and Algerian citizens has been…

THERE IS A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN THE PROPORTION OF TUNESIAN AND ALGERIAN MIGRANTS

IT IS NOT IN THE INTEREST OF COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN TO CONCLUDE A READMISSION AGREEMENT

The low efficiency of returns can be explained by several factors, such as the reluctance of many countries of origin to conclude…

IT IS NOT IN THE INTEREST OF COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN TO CONCLUDE A READMISSION AGREEMENT

TUNNEL CLIMBING CAN BE A DEADLY MISSION FOR IMMIGRANTS

Due to the structure of the tunnels, illegal immigrants run the risk of not being able to get through the passages, said…

TUNNEL CLIMBING CAN BE A DEADLY MISSION FOR IMMIGRANTS

THE V4 COUNTRIES HAVE SECURED ROUGHLY A THIRD OF THE ALLOCATED EU FUNDS

Visegrad countries have secured in total more than € 300 billion from EU funds over the next seven years, roughly a third…

THE V4 COUNTRIES HAVE SECURED ROUGHLY A THIRD OF THE ALLOCATED EU FUNDS

THE CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC COULD PUSH 40 MILLION PEOPLE INTO EXTREME POVERTY IN AFRICA

Viktor Marsai, research director of the Migration Research Institute, told M1 TV that the coronavirus epidemic in Africa is still on the…

THE CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC COULD PUSH 40 MILLION PEOPLE INTO EXTREME POVERTY IN AFRICA