Comparative Report on Integration Monitoring Mechanisms and Indicators
A comparative report on integration monitoring mechanisms and indicators has been published within the ASSESS research project.
This report presents a comparative assessment of the ten national reports that have been conducted in European Union (EU) Member States to monitor and assess the effectiveness of integration measures for three vulnerable migrant groups, which are women, children and victims of trafficking. The ten EU Member States researched represent Europe’s different migration patterns and experiences in dealing with migration and integration issues. The research was conducted in five "old" Member States with considerable immigrant inflow; Austria, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Spain and five “new” Member States with "evolving" immigration patterns and regimes; Bulgaria, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovakia.
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