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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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Why Hungary and Poland Are Welcoming Ukrainian Refugees

Poland and Hungary are showing to the world what an “abuse-proof” international asylum system would look like. As Vladimir Putin’s bloody assault…

Why Hungary And Poland Are Welcoming Ukrainian Refugees

EU COUNTRIES IN EASTERN EUROPE CAN COPE WITH THE FEFUGEE INFLUX FOR NOW

Márk Vargha, our researcher said during an interview with Radio Kossuth that the Eastern European EU member states are coping with the…

EU COUNTRIES IN EASTERN EUROPE CAN COPE WITH THE FEFUGEE INFLUX FOR NOW

The Fallout for People Forced to Leave Ukraine

Bordering Ukraine to the west and south are Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova — all of which are taking in refugees.…

The Fallout For People Forced To Leave Ukraine

EUROPE IS IN AN ERA OF DEMOGRAPHIC AND MIGRATION CRISES

Tamás Dezső, the director of the MRI, compared the population of countries that have emitted immigrants, and its growth between 1955 and…

EUROPE IS IN AN ERA OF DEMOGRAPHIC AND MIGRATION CRISES

BELARUSIAN SHUTTLECOCK POLICY

Róbert Gönczi, junior researcher of MRI told Magyar Nemzet that Belarus has long pursued a swing policy: they have often made concessions…

BELARUSIAN SHUTTLECOCK POLICY