We invite applications for two postdoc positions (18 months, 0.8/1.0 fte) for the research project IMPACIM (Impact of Admission Criteria on the Integration of Migrants). This project explores the impact of admission criteria governing migrants’ access to jobs, services (e.g. health and education), welfare benefits and voting on the economic, social and civic integration of non-EU nationals.
Its objective is to improve knowledge of the impact of these particular admissions criteria on integration outcomes in order to facilitate sharing of good practice and inform future policy making. The focus will be primarily on family migrants. IMPACIM is an international project, funded by the European Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals, with research teams in the UK, the Netherlands, Spain and Germany. The project is co-ordinated by the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society at the University of Oxford, with Erasmus University directing work packages on the analysis of national admission policies and city case studies.