Far-right activists at an Identitarian Movement of Austria anti-immigration rally in Vienna. The German-language signs read "Fortress Europe", "Close the Borders Now!", "My Home is Not an Immigrant Country", and "Europe, Youth, Reconquista". Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The project Reaching Out to Close the Border: The Transnationalization of Anti-Immigration Movements in Europe (MAM) kicks off today, with the first project-related publications being made available (detailed in separate news items). The project team looks forwards to
 researching European anti-immigration movements in the years to come, while continuously publicizing findings through a variety of channels and mediums.

MAM is made possible through a 4-year funding grant from the VAM programme of the Research Council of Norway.