The European Integration Forum

The European Integration Forum

2014

The European Integration Forum – the dialogue platform on integration of immigrants – will meet for the 11th time on 3 April 2014 in the EESC premises.


Belgians start to see correlation between naturalisation and integration

Belgians start to see correlation between naturalisation and integration

2014

MPG’s recent research on naturalisation policies and outcomes has been prominently used in the 2013 Annual Migration Report of Belgium’s new Federal Centre for the analysis of migration flows, the protection of fundamental rights of foreigners and the fight against human trafficking.


Top 10 migration issues in 2013

Top 10 migration issues in 2013

2014

The year 2013 was a year full of developments — policy-oriented and otherwise — on the immigration front: from Europe wrestling with migration management challenges thrown into relief after a deadly shipwreck off the coast of Lampedusa to the ever-widening Syrian humanitarian crisis and the United States seemingly on the cusp of enacting landmark reform only for the year to draw to a close without action. In the Migration Information Source's annual Top 10 migration developments of the year, we've invited Migration Policy Institute researchers to delve into key issues of 2013.


Lobbying Kit. The EU Directive on the Right to Family Reunification in Europe: what is at stake for migrant women?

Lobbying Kit. The EU Directive on the Right to Family Reunification in Europe: what is at stake for migrant women?

2012

The ENoMW and the EWL have produced a Lobbying Kit that helps organisations and individuals to get involved. The Lobbying Kit provides useful background information, and it offers several tools to effective lobbying for EU family reunification policies that uphold the rights and meet needs of migrant women.


The Integration and Migration Foundation Our People (MISA)

The Integration and Migration Foundation Our People (MISA)

The Integration and Migration Foundation Our People (MISA) was founded on 31 March 1998 under the name of the Non-Estonians Integration Foundation. Between spring 2008 and the end of 2009 it was known simply as the Integration Foundation.

On 1 January 2010 the Integration Foundation merged with the Estonian Migration Foundation, which was founded on 10 June 1992. The joint institution now bears the name of the Integration and Migration Foundation Our People.