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The European benchmark for refugee integration – Comprehensive Report

Following the Baseline Report 1 based on 2017 data, the Evaluation 1 Comprehensive Report analyses the situation as of 2019 and highlights key trends. Below, Part I of this report presents key results by way of an executive summary.

Detailed results are presented in Part II in 12 chapters relating to the various dimensions of refugee integration analysed in the National Integration Evaluation Mechanism. Each of these chapters presents

  • the key data and developments in the 2017 to 2019 period as they are reflected in the scored outcome of research conducted in the 14 participating countries
  • details the positive and negative developments in the countries compared, thus providing an insight into the dynamics of refugee integration policies in the assessment period
  • identifies the best practices in refugee integration, as they become visible in NIEM’s indicators, benchmarked against the requirements of EU and international law
  • and describes in detail numerous examples of good practices from the NIEM countries, often referring to measures and improvements recently introduced.
Autore: Alexander Wolffhardt, Carmine Conte and Thomas Huddleston
Year: 2020
Editor: Fundacja Instytut Spraw Publicznych
Tipologia: Report