Migration is of great public and policy interest with much focus on how many migrants are entering the country. However, movement within the country is also of critical social and political importance. Low mobility by particular groups can indicate disadvantage. Understanding the different rates of internal movement by different ethnic groups can help us to improve social cohesion and target services to reduce poverty.
|Publisher||CPC Briefing Paper 38. ESRC Centre for Population Change|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Jun 2017|