INTRO TO MIPEX

The ‘Integration Policies: Who Benefits?’ project aims to show how countries are promoting integration. This is achieved through the Migrant Integration Policy Index, which gives you an overview of migrants’ opportunities to participate in society.

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Policy Strand Launch: MIPEX 2015 results for each policy strand coming out on April 23 and April 24

Country by Country Launch: Country Profiles available one country at a time from April 27 to June 26

Final Event in Brussels: Final MIPEX 2015 results - rankings and country comparisons - presented on June 30

ABOUT MIPEX

The index is a useful tool to evaluate and compare what governments are doing to promote the integration of migrants in all the countries analysed.

WHAT IS MIPEX?

MIPEX is a unique tool which measures policies to integrate migrants in all EU Member States, Australia, Canada, Iceland, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey and the USA. Read a general presentation...

WHO PRODUCES MIPEX?

The fourth edition of the MIPEX rests on the extensive and long-term collaboration of trusted partners, experts and supporters of the project. See their structure and their role...

MIPEX METHODOLOGY

There are 167 policy indicators on migrant integration in the MIPEX. These have been designed to benchmark current laws and policies. Read more about the methodology...

MIPEX HISTORY

The Migrant Integration Policy Index was first published in 2004 as the European Civic Citizenship and Inclusion Index. You can also download previous editions and find out more about the previous 3 edition of the Migrant Integration Policy Index. Read more...

To contact MIPEX click here, To e-mail: mipex2015@cidob.org

POLICIES

In some countries immigrants have a legal right to family reunion that is slightly favorable for them and their families’ integration. Countries with restrictive definitions of the family tend to also impose burdensome conditions on the sponsor.
  • Labour Market Mobility

    Do immigrants have equal rights and opportunities to access jobs and improve their skills?
  • Family Reunion

    How easily can immigrants reunite with family?
  • Education

    Is the education system responsive to the needs of the children of immigrants?
  • Health

    Is the health system responsive to immigrants' needs?
  • Political Participation

    Do immigrants have comparable rights and opportunities to participate in political life?
  • Permanent Residence

    How easily can immigrants become permanent residents?
  • Access to Nationality

    How easily can immigrants become citizens?
  • Anti-discrimination

    Is everyone effectively protected from racial/ethnic, religious, and nationality discrimination in all areas of life?

MIPEX PARTNERS

LEADER PARTNERS

  • Migration Policy Group

  • Barcelona Centre for International Affairs - CIDOB

NATIONAL PARTNERS

  • Australian National University - College of Law Migration Law Program

  • Beratungszentrum für Migranten und Migrantinnen

  • Group for research on Ethnic Relations, Migration and Equality (GERME) - Free University of Brussels (ULB)

  • Open Society Institute - Sofia

  • The Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement (RCIS)

  • Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies

  • Centre for the Advancement of Research and Development in Educational Technology (CARDET)

  • Multicultural Center Prague (MKC Prague)

  • Institute of Baltic Studies

  • Institute of Migration

  • France Terre d’Asile

  • The Heinrich Böll Foundation

  • Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP)

  • ICCR - Budapest Foundation

  • Icelandic Human Rights Centre

  • Immigrant Council of Ireland

  • Initiatives and Studies on Multi-ethnicity (ISMU)

  • Meijo University

  • Centre for Public Policy (PROVIDUS)

  • Lithuanian Social Research Centre (LSRC)

  • Association de Soutien aux Travailleurs Immigrés (ASTI)

  • The People for Change Foundation

  • Maastricht University - Faculty of Law

  • Institute of Public Affairs (IPA)

  • Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning - University of Lisbon (IGOT)

  • The Foundation for an Open Society

  • Institute for Public Affairs

  • The Peace Institute

  • Sookmyung Women’s University

  • Swedish Red Cross

  • SFM – Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies

  • Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society (COMPAS)

  • Boston College School of Social Work’s (BCSSW)

RESEARCH PARTNERS

  • Global Diversity Exchange

  • Der Rat für Migration

  • Berlin Institute for Empirical Research on Integration and Migration

  • Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

  • Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts – Social Work

  • Istanbul Kemerburgaz University

  • Istanbul Bilgi University

SPONSOR

  • European Union

  • DG SANTE

  • CHAFEA

  • IOM

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