A- A A+

The Outlook for Migration to the UK

Migration Watch UK

This paper looks ahead for the next twenty years in the event that the UK votes to remain within the EU. It assesses that net migration would be likely to remain very high or indeed rise further still, with serious consequences for our population and quality of life.

The paper focuses on EU migration and sets out two scenarios for a lower and higher estimate which are summarised in Annex A and B. Under the low migration scenario, EU net migration would not fall below 155,000 by 2035 and it would add 3.4 million EU migrants to the UK population by that date. Under the high migration scenario, EU net migration would be 220,000 a year by 2035, adding an additional 4.3 million EU migrants to the population of the UK. Net migration from the EU is currently recorded at 184,000. However, the unexplained discrepancy between the growth in the population of EU migrants and registrations for National Insurance Numbers suggests that the true EU net migration figure is closer to 220,000. 

Click here to view the full report

NOTÍCIAS

Immigrazione: cento donne straniere a scuola lingua italiana

COMPARTILHE

Progetto ateneo Palermo, tra studentesse anche vittime tratta

Leia mais...

Incidência de doenças mentais é baixa entre refugiados, diz oficial da ONU

COMPARTILHE

 As palavras “trauma” ou “traumatizado” são frequentemente utilizadas para descrever refugiados, mas, segundo o oficial de saúde mental da Agência da ONU para Refugiados (ACNUR), Pieter Ventevogel, a maior parte deles sabe lidar bem com as adversidades.

Leia mais...
REDES SOCIAIS

Conheça nossos canais dentro das redes sociais, participe, interaja, queremos ouvir você.

facebook  twitter

Centro Scalabriniano de Estudos Migratórios - CSEM
SRTV/N Edificio Brasília Radio Center
Conj. P - Qd. 702 - Sobrelojas 01/02
CEP: 70719-900 - Brasília - DF / Brasil
Tel/Fax: +55 (61) 3327 0669
O endereço de e-mail address está sendo protegido de spambots. Você precisa ativar o JavaScript enabled para vê-lo.

twitter   facebook