On 23 June, Carmine Conte, MPG’s Legal Policy Analyst, will participate in an event in Paris — organised by France Terre d’asile — where he will present the results of the National Integration Evaluation Mechanism (NIEM) project.
Presenting ‘Comparative Results on Refugee Integration in 14 Member States: the 2021 Evaluation of the National Integration Evaluation Mechanism – NIEM”, Conte will focus on the EU Member States’ diverse legal and policy frameworks when it comes to refugees’ integration. He will outline extensive variations, not only on the national level, but also within sectors, such as labour, education and health.
About the event:
The event ‘Refugees integration: a policy commensurate with the challenges? Assessment and perspectives of 6 years of public integration policy’, will take place on the 23rd of June in person at Maison des Réfugiés, 50 Boulevard Jourdan, 75014, Paris from 9:30 am to 1:00pm.
NIEM is a six-year-long project that measures refugee integration policies in 14 EU Member States and establishes a framework for evidence-based policy-making. Being the largest European integration project ever led by civil society, the European Commission and Polish government are supporting MPG and partners to monitor refugee integration from 2016 to 2021.
About the Migration Policy Group (MPG)
MPG is an independent think-and-do-tank based in Brussels. MPG’s purpose is rooted in its ability to inspire networks to provide evidence-based projects, research and campaigns in the areas of integration, migration and anti-discrimination.