By Ryan McMaken*
By Ryan McMaken*
Earlier research has shown that public opinion and policy lines on the topic of immigrant integration are interrelated.
Portugal está bem classificado no ranking europeu de integração dos imigrantes, tem "uma uma política generosa”, reconhece o sociólogo Pedro Góis , mas depois demora três a quatro anos a conceder a
In this article, I derive estimates of migrants’ expected years of residence in each of 31 countries in the European Union and European Free Trade Association each year from 2002 to 2007.
This article builds on the notion that immigrants’ integration into the labor market benefits migrants and shapes natives’ opinions about immigrants.
Until recently, migrant health policies have been overlooked as a topic of policy analysis.
In light of the new wave of immigrants and asylum seekers from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to Europe, this article investigates some of the challenges of the previous phases of immigrat
Using administrative data we observe refugees entering the Austrian labour market between 2001 and 2016 and analyse trends in the employment prospects over time.
‘Mainstreaming’ has recently been considered as a possible new strategy for advancing immigrant integration in Europe. However, policy documents and current academic
Denmark has altered the conditions for refugees to be granted permanent residence permits a number of times since 2002.
The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI), established by the Council of Europe, is an independent human rights monitoring body specialised in questions relating to racism and i
Luxembourg voted for a new parliament on October 14th—but 48% of those who live there were not allowed a ballot-paper.
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