International migration policies and data

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  • OECD Migration Insights

    Europe is facing a historical moment with one of the worst refugee crises in decades. Managing this emergency is complex but Europe has the experience and the capacity to cope. The OECD has been monitoring recent developments in migration movements and policies in OECD countries, and analysing integration policies of immigrants and their children into education and labour markets. Our work shows that migration, if well managed, plays a positive role in the economy spurring growth and innovation.

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  • Indicators of Immigrant Integration 2015: Settling In Indicators of Immigrant Integration 2015: Settling In

    In the OECD, almost 20% of people have a migrant background and parents’ place of birth still casts a long shadow on the integration of children of immigrants. Despite some progress on the education front, many native-born children of immigrants still struggle to find work. Learn the real facts and figures on how well immigrants and their children are integrating in the new OECD/EU report on the Indicators of Immigrant Integration 2015.

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  • Skills and labour market integration of immigrants and their children in Sweden

    Sweden should address housing shortages, begin integration activities early, and improve the support for those with low skills to speed up the effective integration of refugees, according to a new OECD report.

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