Identity, citizenship and belonging
among settled Eastern European migrant
children and young people in the UK

Migrant Youth
Art exhibition opened at Tramway, Glasgow
The Here to Stay? project will soon open an art exhibition at Tramway, Glasgow, as part of the Year of the Young People in ScotlandRead More

Migrant Youth
Research and Policy Briefing released
As part of the ESRC's Festival of Social Science, we have launched our first Research and Policy Briefing. Based on findings from a survey of more than 1000 young people...Read More

Migrant Youth
Border Crossings event
Today, we presented emerging findings from our survey for young people from Central and Eastern Europe living in the UK at a seminar organised by the Voluntary Sector Studies Network.Read More

Migrant Youth
Survey for Eastern European young people
Between October 2016- April 2017, we run a survey for young people aged 12-18 born in Central or Eastern Europe, or in an Eastern European family living elsewhere. Over 1000...Read More

Migrant Youth
Eastern Europeans in Brexitland
Writer and journalist Gary Younge meets Eastern Europeans who live in the UK. He explores the impact of the Brexit vote on these communities and considers how the vote and...Read More

Migrant Youth
Poles are now the largest foreign-born group in the UK
Figures from the Office of National Statistics released on 25th August 2016 show that Polish people have now become the biggest foreign-born population in Britain, with 831,000 living in the...Read More