Information on the compilation of metadata:
Person(s) compiling the metadata: Meredith Winn (through funding from the ANR project FAIRETHMIGQUANT) with support from Claire Vincent-Mory, Emma Lancha Hernández, and Foteini Panagiotopoulou
Date when the metadata was last updated: 28/10/2022
Time coverage for the surveys included (at least since 1st January 2000): 00/08/1992
If time coverage is prior to 01/01/2000, whether the inclusion of surveys prior to that date is comprehensive and exhaustive or includes only a selection of surveys of interest: Only a selection of surveys of interest prior to the year 2000 are included.
For national surveys addressed to EMM respondents, whether all surveys irrespective of sample size or only those with sample size 300 or larger have been covered: Only national surveys directed to EMM respondents with over 300 respondents are included.
For subnational surveys addressed to EMM respondents, whether all surveys irrespective of sample size or only those with sample size 150 or larger have been covered: Only subnational surveys directed to EMM respondents with over 150 respondents are included.
For general population surveys with substantial sub-samples of EMM respondents, which conditions of relevance (see pg.5, section iii) have been used to decide inclusion: A large number of general population surveys were included. The criteria for these was that there were at least 800 EMM respondents on the survey (i.e. first condition of relevance). Typically, this has meant including general population surveys with 8000 or more respondents when data was only available for country of birth or 4000 or more respondents when parents country of birth AND respondents country of birth was available. For some surveys not explicitly directed to EMMs but where EMM respondents were known to be overrepresented and the population was vulnerable or hard to reach (such as people living in shelters or victims of domestic violence), a lower sample size was permitted on a case basis.