Reference : Locational Choice and Secondary Movements from the Perspective of Forced Migrants: A ...
Scientific journals : Article
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Human geography & demography
Migration and Inclusive Societies
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50802
Locational Choice and Secondary Movements from the Perspective of Forced Migrants: A Comparison of the Destinations Luxembourg and Germany
English
Glorius, Birgit [Technical University of Chemnitz]
Nienaber, Birte mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Geography and Spatial Planning (DGEO) >]
Apr-2022
Comparative Population Studies
Federal Institute for Population Research
47
Refugee Migration to Europe - Challenges and Potentials for Cities and regions
143-164
Yes (verified by ORBilu)
International
1869-8980
1869-8999
[en] forced migrants ; Locational choice ; Secondary migration ; reception
[en] In 2015 and 2016, the enormous increase in asylum seekers travelling along the Balkan Route confronted the Member States of the European Union with an exceptional pressure on national asylum systems. Since then academic literature has revealed a reappraisal of the Common European Asylum System at regulative and policy implementation level, notably regarding the fair distribution of asylum seekers across Member States and regions. Yet we know very little about the locational choices of forced migrants or how those choices evolved and transformed during their journey.
In this paper, we aim to shed light on those decision-making processes and (individual, subjective) locational choices based on the aspiration-ability model, drawing from a series of qualitative interviews with migrants held in Luxembourg and Germany in the context of the H2020 project CEASEVAL. We focus on the migrants’ journeys to their actual recipient countries, highlighting mobility trajectories from the moment of fi rst departure and on the process of decision-making regarding their choice of location. Then, we examine further mobility aspirations, which may lead to secondary mobility within or out of the country of residence. In the concluding section, we discuss the consequences of our fi ndings for migration and asylum politics against the background of the “autonomy of migration” framework.
European Commission - EC
Researchers
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50802
10.12765/CPoS-2022-06
http://www.comparativepopulationstudies.de
H2020 ; 770037 - CEASEVAL - Evaluation of the Common European Asylum System under Pressure and Recommendations for Further Development

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