Project: Research

    Project Details


    MAPURBAN brings to light differences in access to urban resources across the socio-economic and ethnic profile of three major cities. By comparing migrant arrival and settlement in Stockholm, Berlin and London, the project integrates existing data on spatial inequality and urban segregation, and shows how these affect migrant mobility and integration. Taken together, this is argued to have an impact on newly arriving people’s access to public urban resources. MAPURBAN uses interdisciplinary multinational research findings to produce new knowledge to inform government strategies towards urban migration, re-framing immigrant integration as a multi-scalar (national, urban and local) process that contributes to sustainable urban development.
    Effective start/end date1/02/2130/09/22

    Collaborative partners

    • Coventry University (lead)
    • University of Kent
    • KTH Royal Institute of Technology
    • Freie Universität Berlin
    • University College London


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