MigrationWork Projects



EU Eurocities Network

MigrationWork CIC played a key role as a partner with EUROCITIES and 14 major cities of Europe in this innovative project, funded by the European Commission up to May 2014.

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Increasing the Participation of Migrants and Ethnic Minorities in Employment

IMPART: Increasing the Participation of Migrants & Ethnic Minorities in Employment

Berlin Senat / German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

An EU-wide project across seven countries, which uses peer review visits to projects promoting the employment of migrants to find out what increases the chances of them having long-term impact and how EU resources can be used more effectively.

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MIXITIES – Integrating Cities

MIXITIES: Making integration work in Europe’s cities

EU Eurocities Network

Funded by the European Commission and led by Eurocities, this project is designed to promote migrant integration in 16 European cities. MigrationWork is a full project partner, developing benchmarks and leading peer reviews on Anti-Discrimination and Introductory and Language Courses.

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Irregular Migrants: the urgent need for a new approach

Irregular Migrants: The urgent need for a new approach

City Parochial Foundation and Migrants Rights Network

A 2009 project to summarise and explain why we needed to look again at the issues involved in irregular migration and to suggest a new approach.

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More than Words Can Say

More Than Words Can Say

London Voluntary Service Council

More than Words Can Say – A 2009 report reviewing the use of materials translated by the BAMER outreach project, which helps migrant organisations improve their employment practices.

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Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – Scoping migration work in the UK

Scoping migration work in the UK

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

Scoping study on priorities and underdeveloped areas of work in the UK migration field.

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Suite of Casework Guidelines – Scottish Refugee Council

Suite of Casework Guidelines

Scottish Refugee Council

To review the existing casework practices and develop a range of guidelines for staff, managers and volunteers involved in the delivery of advice services in the organisation.

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Our consultants’ track record: from individual portfolios of past work

MigrationWork’s consultants all bring strong track records to the company. Here are examples of work done by individual members – as freelancers or as staff of relevant organisations – before they joined MigrationWork.

Mayor of London

Marian Mackintosh

Migration patterns of different ethnic groups in London.

London Research Centre and Health of Londoners

Marian Mackintosh

Estimate of the numbers of refugees and asylum seekers in London.

London Research Centre

Marian Mackintosh

Estimate of the total number of speakers of London’s top 40 languages.

LB Harrow

Marian Mackintosh

Harrow’s diverse communities: Migration and travel patterns.


Sue Lukes

Writing report on Change from Experience project.

European Commission

Bastian Vollmer

Clandestino-sources of data on irregular migration (2008/09).

Berlin Institute for Comparative Social Research

Bastian Vollmer

National strategies for employment of immigrants and ethnic minorities (2001-2003).

Berlin Institute for Comparative Social Research

Bastian Vollmer

Economic participation of refugees-comparative study (2002-2004).


Sue Lukes

Undocumented Migrants Advice Project.


Assessment of major grants for migration research centres.


Sue Lukes

Developing a local authority service for people with no recourse to public funds, especially women fleeing domestic violence.

Advisory Board on Naturalisation and Integration

Anna Reisenberger

Review of evidence of impact of arrangements for acquiring citizenship and ABNIs contribution.

Home Office

Evaluation of the Voluntary Assisted Return and Reintegration Programme (VARRP).

Home Office

Evaluation of the Challenge Fund and Purposeful Activities Fund.

African HIV Policy Network (AHPN)

Richard Stanton

Immigration control and migrants living with HIV-new policy perspectives (2009).

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