Citation: Price, J. & Spencer, S. (2014). City-Level Responses to Migrant Families with Restricted Access to Welfare Benefits. A European Pilot Study. Oxford: COMPAS report.
Abstract/Description: This report examines the way in which entitlements and restrictions to welfare benefits for migrant families in the cities of Berlin and Madrid are constructed in law and policy, and implemented in practice. It looks at how migrants access or are unable to access services to which by law they are entitled, the implications when they are not entitled or able to access those services, and city-level responses to any problems these restrictions create.
This publication is available here.
This is NOT a C-MISE publication: this website hosts links to external publications and resources selected by the C-MISE team on the basis of their relevance for city authorities interested in service provision to migrants with irregular status, and are only presented here as suggested readings. External publications are the product of the authors there mentioned, and are not in any way the product of the C-MISE initiative, nor are they related or endorsed by the C-MISE initiative.