The impact of Brexit on migration from the V4 countries: Migrant strategies

Recent Posts
  • Brexit, the British (English?) nationalism and the immigrants from the V4
    Wojciech Bedyński

    I was personally surprised that in the majority of the interviews I made with Polish migrants about Brexit, there appear mentions about nationalistic behaviors of the British people. Even if the interviewees have not experienced them themselves, they were told about them by friends or know it third hand. Referendum campaign revealed much of these […]

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  • The Happy End for (Some) Romani Migrant Children
    Petra Strnadova

    It is generally acknowledged that in the last thirty years, migration policy and multiculturalism in the public policies have been on the list of the most discussed and polarising topics in the British public sphere. Negatively constructed identity of Slovak/East European Romani migrants as “the country´s social welfare system abusers“ and “the non-integrateable community members“ […]

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Realized in 2019-2022 by the Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw in cooperation with:

Department of European Cultural Studies, University of Mateja Bela in Banska Bystrica;

Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague

and

Geographical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences ELKH.

The project is supported by the International Visegrad Fund.