THE MAJORITY OF EU CITIZENS SEE ECONOMIC IMMIGRATION

THE MAJORITY OF EU CITIZENS SEE ECONOMIC IMMIGRATION

  • January 6, 2022
  • M1
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

The latest Századvég Foundation poll on European public opinion has highlighted the issue of migration. The responses show, for example, that the majority of EU citizens (58%) explain arrivals by economic reasons, and around one in three respondents (36%) see…

MIGRATION PRESSURE TO INCREASE FURTHER IN 2021, ACCORDING TO FRONTEX

MIGRATION PRESSURE TO INCREASE FURTHER IN 2021, ACCORDING TO FRONTEX

  • January 4, 2022
  • mandiner.hu
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

More than 200 000 people tried to enter the EU illegally in 2021, according to the latest figures from the European Border and Coast Guard Agency. Crowds may be heading back to Europe as the coronavirus recedes. Our researcher Klaudia…

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

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

  • January 2, 2022
  • Kossuth Rádió, Visegrádi négyek magazinja
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

The most important thing that Morocco can offer to Europe is to be an effective participant in the fight against the influx of migrants to our continent, and to share its experience in dismantling smuggling networks, said our researcher Meszár…

2021 BROUGHT A RUNNING UP IN IRREGULAR IMMIGRATION

2021 BROUGHT A RUNNING UP IN IRREGULAR IMMIGRATION

  • January 1, 2022
  • M1 Világ
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

Szabolcs Janik, deputy director of the MRI told M1 Világ magazine that the number of illegal border crossings at the EU's external border increased month by month in 2021. All the relevant statistics and press reports confirm that by easing…

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

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

  • December 27, 2021
  • mandiner.hu
  • Migrációkutató Intézet

"It is not a question of how many people are present at the borders at any given moment, but rather of what trend reversals are occurring in each region that could then force more people to migrate." Mandiner interviewed our…