Publication date: 03 December 2014
This policy brief is part of a series produced by the SIRIUS Network in collaboration with MPI Europe, which focuses on how policies at the EU level and within individual Member States can better support the education outcomes of young people with a migrant background.
Publication date: 09 June 2014
The governance of integration of immigrants in EU Member States is a complex process involving actors across multiple policy areas at national, local, and supranational levels of administration.
Publication date: 21 February 2014
This study provides an overview of the social security entitlements of certain categories of immigrants in Belgium. It also analyses the socio-economic position of immigrants in Belgium.
Publication date: 02 December 2013
On 27 November the first edition of the Flemish Migration and Integration Monitor was launched. The report contains administrative and statistical data on migration and integration processes in Flanders, within a Belgian and European framework.
Publication date: 05 September 2013
The first Report on "Socio-Economic Monitoring" was presented on the 5th of September 2013 by the Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism and the Federal Public Service on Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue.
Publication date: 04 September 2013
This report, which was prepared at the request of the European Commission by the European Services Network (ESN) and the Migration Policy Group (MPG) focuses on the further development and use of EU immigrant integration indicators.
Publication date: 13 August 2013
Based on more than 100 interviews with service providers, policymakers and former victims of trafficking, the study analyses and compares the integration measures dedicated to victims of trafficking in Belgium, France, Hungary, Italy and the United Kingdom.
Publication date: 04 July 2013
The FRA Annual Report examines fundamental rights-related developments in many fields, including asylum, immigration and integration, border control and visa policy.
Publication date: 25 June 2013
The International Migration Outlook 2013 says that migration into OECD countries rose by 2% in 2011 from the previous year, to reach almost 4 million. Recent data suggest a similar increase in 2012.
Publication date: 18 March 2013
This discussion paper investigates the broad range of integration needs that exist in Europe and the role different actors, including employers, can play in meeting them.
Publication date: 12 March 2013
This study, coordinated by the Immigrant Council of Ireland and supported by the European Integration Fund, answers the question to what extent certain family reunification policies hinder or promote reunification with TCN family members and also their integration
Publication date: 08 February 2013
This study examines the question of the integration of resettled refugees in EU Member States, by analysing the EU policy framework for resettlement and integration, national practices, and how they could be enhanced based on global and EU guidelines and recommendations.
Publication date: 03 January 2013
This EMN Inform summarises the main developments in 2011 in legal migration and mobility. Topics addressed include statistics, promoting legal migration channels, economic, family Reunification and integration.
Publication date: 11 December 2012
The Court’s audit examined whether the EIF and ERF of the SOLID programme contribute effectively to the integration of third-country nationals. The conclusions and recommendations are listed in the report.
Publication date: 08 August 2012
This publication from the King Baudouin Foundation, reviews 22 projects building bridges between elderly migrants and existing services. Based on such experiences, tracks are identified to further involve elderly migrants in the society.
Publication date: 03 August 2012
This study provides an insight into the variety of transnational practices developed by people of Chinese, Congolese, Moroccan and Turkish origin residing in Belgium.
Publication date: 10 May 2012
Is migration a major factor behind the rise of the radical right? Do higher levels of immigration automatically correlate to more votes for radical-right parties? This report focuses on the effects of migration on political extremism in North America, Western Europe and central and Eastern Europe
Publication date: 09 May 2012
The Immigrant Citizens Survey (ICS), piloted by the King Baudouin Foundation and the Migration Policy Group is the first transnational survey that is directly relevant for policy-makers in many areas of integration at local, national and European level.
Publication date: 03 May 2012
The Center for the study of democracy presents a handbook within the project “Integrating Refugee and Asylum-seeking Children in the Educational Systems of EU Member States: Evaluation and Promotion of Current Best Practices” – INTEGRACE.
Publication date: 02 April 2012
Miet Lamberts, researcher at the Research Institute for Work and Society (HIVA center) of the KU Leuven offers an analyzis of the immigration data in Flanders for the year 2011. It gives a specific point of view on how the 1st, 2nd and 3rd generations of migrants take part in the Flamish society.
Publication date: 26 March 2012
The sociologist Christian Joppke examines the delicate balance that states face in promoting policies that are aggressive enough to further social cohesion yet restrained enough to respect immigrants’ moral autonomy.
Publication date: 19 March 2012
The Political scientist Randall Hansen has published his study for the Transatlantic Council on Migration. He studied complementary about immigration and integration in Europe.
Publication date: 19 March 2012
The political philosopher Will Kymlicka published his research for the Transatlantic Council on Migration. He studied what he calls the "central myths" about multiculturalist policies and provided evidence on related achievements.
Publication date: 28 February 2012
This Council Statement results from the meeting of the Transatlantic Council on Migration in November 2011 in Berlin (MPI) and provides key recommendations for fostering greater cohesiveness.
Publication date: 25 January 2012
The survey entitled Transatlantic Trends: Immigration was conducted by the German Marshall Fund of the United States. It is a comparative survey involving 5 EU countries (Italy, Spain, France, Germany and the UK) and the United States on immigration and integration topics.