• International mobility of researchers; literature review - Royal Society

    04 May 2017

    The report, commissioned by the Royal Society, sought to better understand the patterns of mobility, drivers of and barriers to mobility, and the benefits and consequences of mobility of researchers.

  • A skilful exit – Federation of Small Businesses

    24 April 2017

    This FSB report highlights how small businesses and the solo self-employed would be affected by, and respond to, restrictions to the free movement of people as a result of Brexit.

  • The role of international collaboration and mobility in research – UK National Academies

    31 March 2017

    This report, commissioned by the National Academies, found that international collaboration and mobility is integral to life as an active researcher across all disciplines and at all career stages.

  • CaSE response to the Home Affairs Committee inquiry on immigration

    24 January 2017

    CaSE's response draws on member engagement following the EU referendum and extensive work we undertook in 2015-16 on immigration.

  • An immigration system that supports research and innovation - CaSE

    06 January 2017

    Read this piece of collaborative work, headed by CaSE, regarding an immigration system that works for science and engineering

  • What next after Brexit? - British Future

    25 August 2016

    This report, published by British Future, sets out UK public opinion on migration, and assesses both current and prospective immigration policies following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

  • Beyond free movement? – IPPR

    13 July 2016

    This report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) identifies and explores the six main options on free movement that the UK government could pursue, and trades each option off against factors such as public opinion and financial repercussions.

  • Immigration: Keeping the UK at the heart of global science and engineering - CaSE

    21 January 2016

    This CaSE report examines the role of immigration in UK science and engineering today, and makes recommendations to ensure that immigration policy is supporting the Government’s aims to make Britain the “best place in the world for science and business”.