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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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AFTER TRUMP – THE MIGRANT SURGE IS ON PACE TO BREAK 20-YEAR RECORD

While immigration is surrounded by a kind of “sentimental” pathos in the United States, migration is in fact not supported by the…

AFTER TRUMP – THE MIGRANT SURGE IS ON PACE TO BREAK 20-YEAR RECORD

CAN PEACE BE ENFORCED IN A TENSE TURKISH-GREEK RELATIONSHIP?

Our researcher, Nikolett Pénzváltó said on Karc FM radio, that the conflict between the two NATO member states, namely between Turkey and…

CAN PEACE BE ENFORCED IN A TENSE TURKISH-GREEK RELATIONSHIP?

HUNGARY INCREASES THE NUMBER OF HUNGARIAN SOLDIERS SERVING IN MALI

Research director Viktor Marsai said about the crisis in Mali that the state of Mali collapsed in 2012, essentially as the consequence…

HUNGARY INCREASES THE NUMBER OF HUNGARIAN SOLDIERS SERVING IN MALI

ONE OF THE MAIN THEMES IN THE DUTCH ELECTIONS IS THE ISSUE OF MIGRATION

Our researcher, László Bernát Veszprémy said on M1 TV about the upcoming parliamentary elections in the Netherlands that the issue of immigration…

ONE OF THE MAIN THEMES IN THE DUTCH ELECTIONS IS THE ISSUE OF MIGRATION

THE EUROPEAN UNION ASSISTS SYRIEN REFUGEES

The European Union provides 130 million Euro in aid to Lebanon and Jordan in order to cover the basic needs of Syrian…

THE EUROPEAN UNION ASSISTS SYRIEN REFUGEES