Publications on Migration Policies and Civil Society

Since 2010, in coordination with the Scalabrinian Federation of Centers for Migration Studies, SIMN has conducted a series of reports on global migration policies and civil society which seek to improve migration governance by educating policymakers, opinion leaders and the public on the benefits, trade-offs and human dimensions of migration. Following a 2010 study on migration in the Western Hemisphere, SIMN published subsequent studies on migration policy and civil society in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and, more recently in the United States. The series of publications draws on contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in the field. Currently, SIMN is conducting reports on migration policies and civil society in Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela and Central America. 

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