A multisite approach to study the integration of South American migrants across the globe
What is the impact of migration on migrants and their children’s life chances? This question is at the heart of migration studies. Yet, the answer to it is partial because, first, most empirical and theoretical work focuses on South-North migration. Second, because studies often fail to capture what might have happened in the absence of migration or if the migrant had moved elsewhere. GLAM addresses these lacunae through the study of socioeconomic integration of South-South migrants and their children, in comparison to their South-North counterparts and to non-migrants in origin countries. The project focuses on migration waves originating in South America, a region where approximately 70 % of immigration is intra-regional, but also where many migrants in the North originate from.
Fields of science
Funding SchemeMSCA-IF-GF - Global Fellowships
Partner organisations contribute to the implementation of the action, but do not sign the Grant Agreement.
1650 San Martin Buenos Aires
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