Refugee Protection Governance and Regimes in 11 Countries

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More than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe in 2015, sparking a sense of crisis as countries struggled to cope. The so-called refugee crisis has created deep divisions and policy incoherence in the EU among member states. The crisis foregrounded the vulnerability of European borders, the tenuous jurisdiction of the Schengen system and broad problems with multi-level governance of  migration  and  integration. One of the most visible impacts of the refugee crisis has been the polarization of politics in EU Member States and intra-Member State policy (in)coherence in responding to the crisis. 

The recently granted Horizon 2020 project RESPOND will study the multilevel governance of migration in 11 countries. The consortium behind this project consists of 14 partners from source, transit and destination countries and will be coordinated by Uppsala University. This project is the first to be granted within the Humanities at Uppsala University and will take place from December 2017 – November 2020.

RESPOND's Working Paper Series ‘Global Migration: Consequences and Responses’ features recent research output by the team members of 14 partner institutions involved in the Horizon 2020 RESPOND project, and is open to all researchers working on similar topics.

Learn more about the RESPOND project and read Working Papers on the Refugee Protection in 11 countries.



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