Mixed Migration Review 2022

Alternative ideas & solutions for contemporary mixed migration challenges

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About the Mixed Migration Review 2022

The Mixed Migration Review 2022, the Mixed Migration Centre’s flagship annual report, reflects on recent events and emerging trends affecting refugees and migrants globally, attempting to document, analyse, and suggest solutions for alternative approaches to current migration policies. The report includes a global overview of mixed migration in 5 regions, interviews with experts, short essays on alternative perspectives by young regional researchers and writers, “Normalising the Extreme” and “Resisting the Extreme” features highlighting restrictive acts and policies related to mixed migration as well as positive developments on mixed migration, in-depth interviews with family members of those who have migrated, unique findings from 4Mi data, thematic snapshots, photographs, graphics, maps, illustrations and infographics.

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Virtual Launch of the Mixed Migration Review 2022

The virtual launch of the Mixed Migration Review 2022 was held on 6 December, 15:00-17:00 CET. The event featured a debate on borders and mixed migration, followed by a panel discussion on two topics: solutions to mixed migration challenges, and mixed migration as a solution to contemporary global challenges.

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Our funding partners

The development of the MMR 2022 is made possible through the generous support of the following partners:

  • Swiss FDFA
  • Robert Bosch Foundation
  • Danida