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What do we do?

Our goal to provide accurate predictions of migration flows

ITFLOWS will generate novel insights on migration. The purpose of ITFLOWS is to provide accurate predictions and adequate management solutions of migration flows in the European Union in the phases of reception, relocation, settlement and integration of migration, according to a wide range of human factors and using multiple sources of information. These insights will be provided by an evidence-based ICT enabled solution (the EUMigraTool) and precise models. All solutions will have fitness for purpose continually validated by policy-makers and practitioners in cooperation with civil-society organisations in a dynamic and iterative process.

841,625

with pending EU asylum applications as of June 2020 Eurostat

18,641

migrants and refugees arriving to Europe 1st quarter 2020

21,245

EU Resettled Refugees in 2019 Eurostat, data code TPS00195

672,270

EU acquisitions of citizenship (est.) in 2018 Eurostat

Latest Press

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Research Fellow Opportunity at ITFLOWS

Calling all experts on human rights at an intersection with migration, refugee and asylum issues! ITFLOWS is hiring for a full-time, fixed-term (10 month) position based in the UK with the Brunel University Department of Law. Candidates with a PhD in the relevant discipline (Law or Politics or European studies or Social Studies relating to … Continued

ITFLOWS interviewed for Horizon magazine

The ITFLOWS project has been interviewed for Horizon, the European Commission’s Research & innovation magazine, along with other projects working in the field of migration and data science. Check the full interview here http://bit.ly/3yX8XAQ

ITFLOWS Policy Conference 2022: Challenges and Opportunities in Predicting Migration

War, violence, human rights abuses, and natural and man-made disasters, in combination with other mediating and individual factors, will continue to influence how people move: whether forcibly displaced, seeking international protection or aspiring to improved livelihoods for themselves and their families. Advancements in technology and communication, climate change, and the increasing global polarization of thought … Continued

EC’s New Pact on Migration and Asylum The European Commission (EC) recently published its New Pact on Migration and Asylum this past month, on September 23, consisting of a communication alongside a package of nine instruments. Read more »

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