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Migration in Ireland. Dr Mary Gilmartin Professor Rob Kitchin NUI Maynooth. ESPON UK Network Workshop, 13 May 2009. Overview. Migration to Ireland: recent trends Researching migration Future directions. Migrant groups in Ireland, April 2006. Researching migration.

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migration in ireland

Migration in Ireland

Dr Mary Gilmartin

Professor Rob Kitchin

NUI Maynooth

ESPON UK Network Workshop, 13 May 2009

overview
Overview

Migration to Ireland: recent trends

Researching migration

Future directions

researching migration
Researching migration
  • Ad-hoc approach to research on migration
    • Civil society: often focuses on marginalised groups and on specific needs
    • Policy makers: consultant-led, short-term
    • Academic: longer-term, but little co-ordination
  • Lack of clarity in relation to governance
    • Junior Minister for Integration in three departments: Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs; Education and Science; Justice, Equality and Law Reform
    • Yet, labour migration managed by Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment
future directions
Future directions
  • Assumption that recent migration is temporary, but no evidence to support this
  • Impacts of global economic recession:
    • Employment
    • Social welfare
    • Public services
    • Housing
  • Second generation
    • Education
    • Language
  • Need for a systematic approach to research on migration
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