The main goal of this two-day workshop was to explore the processes through which migration and education interact to contribute to economic and social mobility. A total of 12 papers were presented in five sessions over the two days of this workshop. Two sessions were meant for group deliberations. Each of the papers represented a peculiar entry point into how we might understand the complex and dynamic relationship between migration, education and economic and social mobility. This report highlights the key findings and conclusions of the papers presented. It then seeks to synthesise some of the main themes arising from the questions and discussion sessions and also highlight unresolved conceptual, methodological and normative issues.
Migration, Education and Socio-Economic Mobility. Workshop Report, 6-7 November 2007, University of East Anglia. (2008) 16 pp.