A new publication released today provides an update of the MIPEX country profiles for France and the United States as well as a comparative report on the path to citizenship in both countries, based on supplementary questionnaires answered by experts at France terre d’asile and the Immigration Policy Center.
A major study by the German Federal Anti-discrimination Agency (FADA) uses MIPEX to compare Germany to other countries.
Our partner Cities of Migration has just published Practice to Policy: Lessons from Local Leadership on Immigrant Integration, a collection of essays in which four international experts contribute analysis and policy insights on the range of municipal levers available to promote both immigrants and city success. The publication highlights policy solutions that make sense in both local contexts and within the frameworks of national immigration strategies.
The eBook on Inclusive Democracy in Europe, published late last year by the European Union Democracy Observatory, features an article by MPG Director Jan Niessen on The Participation of Immigrants in Political Processes and Institutions.
The French Embassy in the US has given a small grant to MIPEX partners France Terre d'Asile and Immigration Policy Center to update the MIPEX data for France and the US in order to compare 2012 results.
In the Concept Note for its Expert Conference on Integration of Immigrants, the Cyprus EU Presidency refers to the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) as a non-binding system to monitor policies.
The Migration Policy Group publishes the recordings of the webinar presenting the four MPG Family Reunion policy briefings to assist organisations responding to the EU Family Reunion consultation
MIPEX III evaluation shows MIPEX achieving significant reach and high international regard
The Migration Policy Group has published a three-part series of policy briefings to help policymakers and stakeholders respond to the European Commission's November 2011 Green Paper on the EU Family Reunion Directive