Migrants with irregular status during the Covid-19 pandemic: Lessons for local authorities in Europe

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Written by Marie Mallet-Garcia, Nicola Delvino 11 November 2020

This paper shows “how the pandemic impacted irregular migrants residing in European cities”, analyses “the new policy scenarios impacting irregular migrants” and explores “initiatives and practices addressing the social challenges posed to this group of migrants by the pandemic and related lockdown measures and economic fallouts” (Mallet-Garcia and Delvino, 2020).

Publisher: Center on Migration, Policy, and Society, Oxford University

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Categories: Report, Inequality, Tools of Democracy