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Migration

Networks:

Cambridge Migration Research Network (CAMMIGRES)

Lead: Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe, Institute of Criminology

Keywords: migration, archaeology, history, politics, economics, land economy, geography, sociology, gender studies, psychology, health, education, management, linguistics, theology, criminology, law

 

Projects:

‘Honeypot Britain’: The Lived Experience of Working as an EU Migrant in the UK

Researcher: Professor Catherine Barnard, Faculty of Law

Funder: Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

Keywords: migration, Europe, European Union, benefits, tax credit, CABx, Eastern European Advice Centre, Blackfriars Advice Centre, SOS Polonia, Polish Community Slough, AIRE Centre, Interrights, Home Office, European Commission

 

Research Interests:

The effects of labour market experiences (e.g. job insecurity, work intensification, bankruptcy and unemployment) on psychological well-being

Researcher: Dr Brendan Burchell, Department of Sociology

Keywords: labour market, psychological well-being, employment, unemployment, gender segregation at work, personal finance, migration

 

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