What are the gaps in the refugee integration policies of European countries? Have there been any changes from 2017 to 2019? The new NIEM Summary Report shows:
- Few changes occurred since 2017. The widest gaps remain in the policies that support integration and multi-stakeholder collaborations
- Countries that had the strongest positive change across all areas include France and Lithuania, followed by Latvia and Slovenia. Countries that slipped back include Romania, Italy and Hungary
- The areas with the strongest positive dynamics between 2017 and 2019 are social security, followed by employment, health and education
- Sectors which saw the highest number of countries deteriorating are residency, housing and health.