Migration, Integration and Demography
Research examines the major forces that shape the population, including fertility, mortality and migration. A key research theme is the integration of migrants and their children. Work in this area incorporates research conducted by EMN Ireland, the national contact point for the European Migration Network. Their research provides objective, up-to-date and comparable statistics on migration and asylum.
The number of non-EEA students coming to Ireland to study has increased in recent years. However, difficulties with immigration registration delays, employment and accommodation could affect Ireland’s attractiveness as a place to study and find post-college employment.
An event will take place at the ESRI to launch a new report, which outlines the challenges and opportunities presented by survey data and data held by government for measuring migrant integration. Registration for this event is now open.
Download research which aims to create, improve and enhance knowledge on migrant integration and equality, with funding by the Department of Justice and Equality.
Download research on topics including: international protection, family migration, unaccompanied minors, labour migration and irregular migration.
A number of publications examine how immigrants are perceived by people in the host country.