Supporting immigrant integration in Europe? : developing the governance for diaspora engagement
Title: Supporting immigrant integration in Europe? : developing the governance for diaspora engagement
Citation: Washington : Migration Policy Institute, 2014
Series/Number: Migration Policy Institute; Migration Policy Centre; INTERACT Research Report
External link: http://migrationpolicy.org/research/immigrant-integration-europe-developing-governance-diaspora-engagement
The governance of immigrant integration in European Union Member States is a complex process involving actors across multiple policy areas at national, local, and supranational levels of administration. In addition, origin-country actors are now increasingly involved in immigrant integration, mostly through engaging their diasporas in destination countries. As EU-level institutions become more involved in the governance of immigrant integration, this report offers a timely and systematic analysis of the wide range of institutional actors and structures involved in the integration process. Covering different levels of governance in destination and origin countries, the report assesses the design and implementation of initiatives affecting immigrant integration in multiple policy areas.
INTERACT - Researching Third Country Nationals’ Integration as a Three-way Process - Immigrants, Countries of Emigration and Countries of Immigration as Actors of Integration.
Type of Access: openAccess
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