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Immigration

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Emigration and immigration
Emigration and immigration law
Human migration
Immigrant children
Immigrants
International migration
Migration
Report

Drivers of migrant New Zealanders’ experiences of racism

This report explores the drivers of migrants’ experiences of discrimination. The research is purposed to support and inform potential and targeted cross-government and non-government agency responses to discrimination.
Report

Mapping social cohesion: the Scanlon Foundation surveys 2020

The thirteenth edition of the Mapping Social Cohesion research came in a year like no other. Drawing on more than a decade of benchmarking data collected in previous Scanlon surveys, this report provides insight into the resilience of Australian society when faced with a major...
Report

Recent migrant victims of family violence project 2019: final report

In 2019 a cross-Immigration New Zealand (INZ) Victims of Family Violence Project was instigated to assess the effectiveness of INZ’s approach to both preventing and responding to family violence for recent migrants - people who have lived in New Zealand for five years or less...
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People from refugee and asylum seeking backgrounds: an open access annotated bibliography

The third edition of this open access, annotated bibliography has been curated by a collective of scholars who share an interest in the impacts of forced migration on people from refugee, asylum seeking and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) migrant backgrounds. These resources are intended...
Report

Could do better: migration and New Zealand’s frontier firms

This report investigates how migration can help frontier firms stay at the top of the class and how immigration settings, more generally, might have been holding firms back. It looks at how changes in migration policy could influence firms in New Zealand to make greater...
Discussion paper

Silver tsunami or silver lining? Why we should not fear an ageing population

Media reports and political discourse on our ageing population often adopt a tone of panic. This discussion paper untangles the facts from the myths, so that Australians can look afresh at the population ageing issue – less from a perspective of panic than one of...
Report

Avoiding US-style demographic stagnation: the role of immigration and population growth in Australia's post-pandemic recovery

This report argues that the COVID-19 pandemic affords an opportunity for Australia to rethink the immigration policy and planning framework. The federal government’s pre-pandemic reduction in the planning cap on permanent migration from 190,000 per annum to 160,000 should be set aside indefinitely as non-binding...
Briefing paper

Building a post-Brexit immigration system for the economic recovery

This report meets IPPR’s educational objective by informing the public on the United Kingdom’s future immigration system and its implications. The report also contributes to their objective of relieving poverty and unemployment by setting out recommendations for how the immigration system can support the economic...
Policy report

Migration and COVID-19

Border closures and other mobility restrictions were one of the first measures taken by nation states across the world in response to the spread of COVID-19. This short policy paper outlines some suggestions that can stimulate widespread discussion about the best way in which to...
Working paper

Migration as opportunity: innovation, policies and practice

This working paper reviews existing practice and proposes a typology to identify the different types of programmatic and policy intervention that can maximise migration’s socioeconomic benefits – described here as ‘productive migration’ interventions.