Migration Policy Scotland
Migration Policy Scotland is a new, independent think tank in Scotland. We work to improve immigration systems and enhance migration experiences through research, policy influence and inclusive engagement.
We aim to offer principled and effective solutions to the challenges that migration may pose, while actively championing the benefits it brings.
In MPS’ Launch publication leading experts give their views on what lies ahead on migration for Scotland. What trends do they see in the underlying drivers and what impacts are expected? Analysis of the main challenges and opportunities and the options for Scotland.
This edited collection illuminates future prospects on migration for Scotland in relation to: the economy and labour demand, politics and public attitudes, constitutional affairs, demographics, human rights and communities.
At an RSA Fellows’ MCICH Network Fellow-led event, MPS Director, Dr Sarah Kyambi, joins Prof. David Bell, University of Stirling, and Prof. Oscar Guadiola-Rivera, University of London, in a discussion with Dr Parag Khanna’s of his newly published: “Move” that considers the impact of migration on the future of human civilization.