I’m going to try and run a Friday afternoon “Links” post to bits and pieces I found interesting.
“Researchers put two Spanish-speakers on a train and changed commuters’ views of immigration“, The Washington Post.
Perhaps we’re very responsive to our environments.
This type of expert survey is useful to see aggregate opinion instead of a one-off op-ed.
“There aren’t enough jobs. Is it time to cut back on working holiday visas?“, theguardian.com.
While I disagree with the conclusion, the comments are worth reading for a good sample of public opinion on migrants and the labour market.
I’m a bit late to this but it’s worthwhile reading. Interesting contrast between the United States and Australian immigration frameworks.
Nice visualisations of migrant localities.
And to finish, an immigration haiku:
Unfortunately this didn’t trend.