Date de publication: 25 octobre 2019

Working on a research project entitled 'Public opinion, mobilizations and policies concerning asylum seekers and refugees in anti-immigrant times' (Europe and Belgium), funded by the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (Belspo) as part of its BRAIN-be research, a team of researchers from ULB, ULiège and KU Leuven have studied people's attitudes, discourses and mobilisation towards refugees in six European countries (Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Greece and Hungary) from 2017 to 2019.
Thème principal: Asylum
Type de Publication: Report
Mots-clés: public opinion, mobilisations, attitude towards migration

Date de publication: 15 avril 2019

A new report published by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung shows how attitudes across Europe have changed before and after the 2015 migration ‘crisis’ and tries to explain what has driven those changes. Using data from the European Social Survey, the report’s authors find that, overall, perceptions of migration have remained both neutral and stable before and after the ‘crisis’. But there are a few countries that have become significantly more positive about migrants, as well as a few that have become significantly more negative.
Thème principal: Integration
Type de Publication: Report
Mots-clés: attitude towards migration

Date de publication: 26 octobre 2015

Ce rapport publié par l'Organisation internationale pour les migrations se base sur des données du Gallup World Poll afin de fournir un aperçu des attitudes du grand public par rapport à l'immigration à travers le monde.
Thème principal: Données & Statistiques
Type de Publication: Rapport
Mots-clés: OIM

Date de publication: 27 mars 2013

L'étude sur la couverture médiatique de la migration joue un rôle important dans le cadre du programme sur les médias et les migrations de l'Alliance des Civilisations des Nations Unies, visant notamment à stimuler un débat global sur l'état actuel de la couverture de la migration dans les médias.
Thème principal: Migration
Type de Publication: Étude
Mots-clés: attitude face à la migration