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Final Report on Using Eu Indicators of Immigrant Integration June 2013 En

Final Report on Using Eu Indicators of Immigrant Integration June 2013 En

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Using EU Indicatorsof Immigrant Integration
Final Report or Directorate-Generalor Home Aairs
Written  Thas Huddlestn, Jan Niessenand Jasper Dag Tjaden
Using EU Indicatrs  Iigrant Integratin
Report prepared or the European CommissionThis project was carried out between January 2012 and April 2013 by the European ServicesNetwork (ESN) and the Migration Policy Group (MPG) on behal o the European Commission.ESN was responsible or the overall management o the project and the organisation o seminars held in Berlin, Budapest and Lisbon. MPG was responsible or the research and orengaging policy-makers and practitioners. An ad hoc research team was created with asmembers: Jan Niessen, (Director), Thomas Huddleston (Coordinator) and Jasper Dag Tjaden(Researcher) and Proessors, Pierre Desmarez, Dirk Jacobs, Síle Padraigin O’Dorchai andAndrea Rea o the Free University o Brussels (or quantitative analysis) and Albert Kralerand David Reichel o the International Centre or Migration Policy Development (or theassessment o data sources).
This report was prepared by external consultants and does not necessarily reect the viewso the European Commission.
Brussels March 2013
Tale  Cntents‘Using EU Indicatrs  Iigrant Integratin’
4Eecutie Suar
Chapter 1: Background on a pilot project to develop and use European integration indicators 11
PART I: Analsis 14
Chapter 2: What inuences migrant integration outcomes? 142.1 Migrant population
142.2 General policies and context
182.3 Migration and integration policies
22Chapter 3: The Relevance o EU migrant integration indicators 243.1 The relevance o EU migrant employment indicators
263.2 The relevance o EU migrant education indicators
263.3 The relevance o EU migrants’ social inclusion indicators
273.4 The relevance o EU migrants’ active citizenship indicators
283.5 The relevance o EU indicators o a welcoming society
29Chapter 4: Migrant integration and the Europe 2020 30
PART II: Data assessent 32
Chapter 5: Availability o indicators 32Chapter 6: Quality o data sources 336.1 The LFS and EU-SILC 336.2 PISA 34Chapter 7: Robustness o indicators 36Chapter 8: Alternative data sources 37Chapter 9: Availability o data sources or additional indicators 37
PART III: Using EU indicatrs 39
Chapter 10: Background on using integration indicators 3910.1 Key issues or integration indicators 3910.2 Integration indicators in the Member States 4010.3 Beyond integration: Using indicators in other areas o EU cooperation 41Chapter 11: How are integration indicators used or policymaking? Purposes & methods 4211.1. First purpose: Understanding the context 4211.2. A second purpose: Evaluating the results o policies 4611.3. Third purpose: Use targets to mainstream and improve integration 48
Anne 51Further selected reading 67Glssar 70

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