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UK migration controversies: a simple guide

July 2009

This policy briefing sets out the current state of geographics research evidence on migration and its impacts on UK economy and society

UK migration controversies: a simple guide

UK migration controversies: a simple guide

This policy briefing sets out the current state of geographics research evidence on migration and its impacts on UK economy and society.
Responding to ten key arguments that are currently in circulation in the UK, the briefing sets out, in simple terms, where the weight of research evidence lies.

Download UK migration controversies: a simple guide (PDF)

Policy briefings

The Society facilitates the transfer of knowledge between researchers, practitioners and policymakers through responses to consultations, conferences and meetings, giving evidence, and briefings.

These policy briefings began in 2008. They highlight geographical and related research that can inform on debates, issues and policies in complex and politically sensitive areas. They also highlight areas in which policy actions are needed.

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