The Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) stimulates debates, informs high-level reports and is used for civil society action on migrant integration policy across Europe.
It has been referenced in several high-level reports including the Council of Europe’s policy recommendations on measures to improve the democratic participation of migrants and the Fundamental Rights Agency’s annual report citing the MIPEX as an example of a complementary socio-legal information source.
The MIPEX has been used in a variety of situations and by a variety of stakeholders, from the UK’s House of Lords to non-governmental and church organisations and the media using comparable data to influence and inform debate.
It has caught the attention of governments, NGOs, researchers, the media and even banks, successfully providing factual information to enhance policy debates, studies and action in the field of migrant integration.
The MIPEX data has been used by civil society to make assessments of proposed legislation on migrant integration; examples include the UK’s Runnymede Trust and Ireland’s Cross Care Migrant Project.
See below for examples of MIPEX in use, which you can also filter by the User type (Government; Advocacy; Global actors; Research and Press), by Policy area or by Country.
To see how MIPEX is being used by the press go to MIPEX in the news page.