“Mobile Identities: Migration and Integration in Transnational Communities” is a project funded by the European Commission within the Integration Fund for Third-Country Nationals with a duration of 18 months (Jan 2014-Jun 2015).
This project focus is on temporary/circular migration in EU countries. The project is designed to consider implications of temporary migration programs in a variety of national settings: economic, social, political, cultural and psychological factors.
Project activities – which include desk and field research as well as workshops with key stakeholders – are carried out in 5 EU countries (Germany, Holland, Spain, UK and Italy). They involve 3 more countries (Albania, Morocco and Poland) as associate partners.
Mobile Identities intends to compare temporary migration policies, their implementation and outcome, over the five partners countries: Germany, Holland, Spain, UK and Italy. In particular, the project will focus on the well-being of temporary migrants and the positive and negative effects of their temporary migration on sending and receiving countries.
Mobile Identities BASICS
Margarita León (coord.)
Zyab Ibañez, Míriam Acebillo, Ramon Canal
(project’s internal advisor)
Co-funded by the EU.