Welcome to EDUMIGROM

Welcome to the homepage of EDUMIGROM, a three-year research project entitled Ethnic differences in education and diverging prospects for urban youth in an enlarged Europe.  The project aimed to conduct a comparative investigation in ethnically diverse communities with second-generation migrants and Roma in nine countries of the European Union. The project was funded through the 7th Framework Program of the European Commission, and was launched on March 1, 2008. The project involved 10 partner institutions from across Europe and is led by the Center for Policy Studies at Central European University in Budapest Hungary.

EDUMIGROM Summary Findings (Download)

EU Policy Brief as of March 2011 (Download)

Project poster as of October 2010 (Download)

Latest news

Julia Szalai awarded Polanyi Prize


CPS researcher Julia Szalai has been awarded the 2015 Polanyi Prize by the Hungarian Sociological Association, the award is given every year as recognition for the best book or article published in the field of sociology.

Religion and the Political Participation and Mobilization of Immigrant Groups: a Transtlantic Perspective

The Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM) of the University of Liège is pleased to announce the 3rd INTEGRIM scientific thematic workshop organized by the working group Citizenship and Political Participation.

VIII International Conference on Migration

The VIII International Conference on Migration organized by the Migration Institute of the University of Granada will be held in Granada between 16-18 September 2015.