Migration and Mobility

Free movement is a fundamental principle of the European single market and a fundamental right of European citizens. Since the 2004 and 2007 enlargements and with the lifting in 2014 of the last transitional restrictions on free movement, intra-EU mobility has increased. In 2013, 1.2 million people (with EU citizenship) moved across the EU's internal borders.

Research in this Area has studied different aspects of the migration phenomenon, including immigrant integration, temporary/circular migration, trans-nationalism, migration and gender relations, migration and development, migration flows, migration data and statistical modelling, diversity, economic impact of immigration, and transnational families.

Source: European Commission

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