Migration is a divisive topic and often marks a line of division in political debates. Migration is also a grey area, often dominated by the lack of information on the one hand and by false information on the other. In this talk, JRC data scientist Michele Vespe sheds light on the data and numbers that can help us understand migration and help build bridges between science and the public debate surrounding migration and migration policies.
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Migration – from perceptions to realityPRESENTED ON MAY 17, 2019
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