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Competence Centre on Foresight

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KS specific taxonomy Increasing significance of migration Knowledge service Foresight Content type Page Visualisation
PAGE | 25 October 2021
The number of people living outside their country of birth has been growing continuously from 153 million in 1990 and 173 million in 2000 to 281 million in mid-2020.
PAGE | 25 October 2021
The most important reasons for international migration are differences in income and economic opportunities between countries,
PAGE | 25 October 2021
Once the world’s most important migrant sending region, Europe has, since the 1960s, become a prime migration destination.
PAGE | 25 October 2021
Migration from outside the EU can be expected to continue for the foreseeable future.
PAGE | 25 October 2021
The social and political significance of migration has increased. Migration flows and dynamics have become more mixed in an interconnected world.
PAGE | 11 December 2020
Millions of people could be displaced due to extreme weather events, particularly in developing countries with low income. Of the estimated 971 million people -- over...
PAGE | 8 September 2020
Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography - Independent scientific evidence for EU policymaking in migration and demography related fieldsAnnual Report on Migration and Asylum, European Migration Network...
PAGE | 8 September 2020
Eurobarometer surveys between 2011 and 2019 show that the shares of people mentioning immigration as one of the most important issues for the EU reached a peak during the so-called asylum...
PAGE | 8 September 2020
The total number of migrant children in the EU was estimated at 6.9 million in 2018 with about 2.6 million EU citizens that live in another Member State and about...