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MIPEX event: do integration policies matter?You can now watch the recording of the MIPEX event: Do policies matter? Exploring the Links between Indicators of #Integration Policies and Outcomes.
Quantitative data have been used to understand the effect of migration and integration policies on migration dynamics, integration outcomes of migrants and, more generally, on the society as a whole.
This webinar addresses this topic by analysing the link between integration policies and integration outcomes of migrants. The purpose of this workshop is to provide an overview of the existing integration policies worldwide and their potential impacts on harnessing the potential for all migrants to contribute their skills to the labour market and daily life of their destination country.
The workshop brings together scholars and researchers who have conducted studies on the effect of migrant integration policies by using the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX). These studies measure outcomes in terms of labour migration and labour market participation, participation in most other areas of life as well as public attitudes.
Welcome and introduction - Giacomo Solano, Head of Research, MPG
Exploring the links between MIPEX and migrant integration outcomes: Lessons learned and new avenues for research - Thomas Huddleston, Research and Strategic Advisor, MPG and Giacomo Solano, Head of Research, MPG
2.25PM-2.45PM The effect of integration policies: which policies do matter and for whom? - Sol Juarez, Associate Professor in Public Health Sciences, Stockholm University, Maarten Vink, Professor of Citizenship Studies, European University Institute and Conrad Ziller, Assistant Professor in Political Sciences, University of Duisburg-Essen
New opportunities in the post-covid recovery periodNES 'Seizing new opportunities' serie of workshops, 25th March:
The workshop explored how newcomer businesses can gain from expanding business sectors, such as the Green Deal, the digital economy and the role of social enterprise, and addressed access to finance and risk capital which need to underpin these sectors.
Outreach to migrant and refugee-run businesses in a changing policy environmentNES 'Seizing new opportunities' serie of workshops, March 18th:
The workshop explored how to encourage collaboration and network to improve the support ecosystem building with policy actors, including local and national authorities, and addressed challenges for incubators and accelerators to access support services, focusing on solutions for newcomer enterprises, including the value of inclusive entrepreneurship, e.g. women-run, young entrepreneurs and hard-to-reach communities.