Research Group for European Migration Problems (REMP)
Groupe de recherches pour les migrations européennes
Grupo de Investigaciones sobre Problemas de la Migración Europea
Arbeitsgruppe zur Erforschung Europäischer Wanderungsprobleme
Werkgroep ter Bestudering van de Europese Migratieproblemen
1952-02-11 The Hague Netherlands
11 Feb 1952, The Hague (Netherlands). Registered as a scientific foundation under Dutch law. No recent activity reported since 1982.
Encourage independent research in European migration problems; bring together scholars of different nationalities interested in economic, demographic, sociological and socio-psychological problems with a view to exchanging ideas and experience; set up national and international teams for carrying out research on a national or international basis; offer a platform for the discussion and an outlet for the publication of the results of this research, without duplicating the work of other organizations.
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