Integration Policies: Who Benefits? The Development and Use of Indicators in Integration Debates (MIPEX 2015)
Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies is a partner in the project “Integration policies: Who benefits? The development and use of indicators in integration debates” (MIPEX 2015) led by the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB), and the Migration Policy Group (MPG). The project aims to inform and engage key policy actors about how to use indicators to improve integration governance and policy effectiveness. The main objectives of the project are:
- To identify and measure integration outcomes, integration policies, and other contextual factors that can impact policy effectiveness;
- To describe the real and potential beneficiaries of policies in seven key areas, namely employment, education, political participation, access to nationality, family reunification, long-term residence, and anti-discrimination;
- To collect and analyse high-quality evaluations of integration policy effects.
The project will conduct a complete review of integration outcomes, policies, and beneficiaries in the 28 EU Member States. In addition, the project aims to include other countries, Norway, Switzerland, South Korea, Japan, and major OECD countries of immigration, such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the US (at the costs of partners in these countries).
The project “Integration policies: Who benefits?” is co-funded by the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals.
November 2013 – April 2015
Coordinators in Croatia:
Dr Snježana Gregurović and Dr Drago Župarić-Iljić
Gregurović, S. and Župarić-Iljić, D. (eds). CROATIA – A MIPEX assessment. Zagreb: Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies.