The COST Action CA16111 ETHMIGSURVEYDATA seeks to advance academic debate on the economic, social and political integration of ethnic and migrant minorities (EMMs). Outcomes of this process include reports and brochures produced by the WGs members, as well as scientific publications resulted from scholarly collaboration fostered by this Action.
What challenges does collecting data on EMMs present? Why focus on survey data on EMMs’ integration? Some answers are provided in the reports and the articles below.
|Surveying immigrants without sampling frames – evaluating the success of alternative field methods||Scientific Publications|
MC Observer David Reichel and MC Chair Laura Morales are the co-authors of an article which evaluates the sampling methods of the Immigrant Citizens Survey and argues that alternative sampling methods can provide meaningful results in terms of core demographic characteristics.
|In search of a frame: Challenges and opportunities for sampling immigrant minorities||Scientific Publications|
MC Member Romana Careja co-edited a special issue of Comparative Migration Studies, comprising expert reviews from six European Union member states that discuss the possibilities of sampling migrants in their respective countries.
|Guidelines for Surveying Ethnic Minorities and Migrants||Leaflets and Brochures|
Simon, P., Lopatin, E., Oliveri, A. M., González-Ferrer, A. and C. Fortunato (2019). Guidelines for Surveying Ethnic Minorities and Migrants
|Surveying Ethnic Minorities and Migrants: A Legal Framework for Collecting Data and Other Methodological Issues.||Reports produced by the Action|
Simon, P., Lopatin, E., Oliveri, A. M., González-Ferrer, A. and C. Fortunato (2019). Surveying Ethnic Minorities Migrants: A Legal Framework for Collecting Data and Other Methodological Issues
|Turning points in migrants’ labour market integration in Europe and benefit spillovers for Romania and Serbia: the role of socio-psychological credentials.||Scientific Publications|
MC Substitute Grațiela Georgiana Noja and MC Member Nebojša Petrović are co-authors of an article which identifies and discusses the economic and socio-psychological coordinates in migrants’ labour market integration into ten EU countries.
|Asylum seekers health and wellbeing (TERTTU) survey: study protocol for a prospective total population health examination survey on the health and service needs of newly arrived asylum seekers in Finland.||Scientific Publications|
MC Substitute Natalia Skogberg co-authored the Asylum Seekers Health and Wellbeing Survey study protocol, which explains the rationale and methodology of the largest population-based health examination survey among newly-arrived asylum seekers in Europe.
|CA16111 ETHMIGSURVEYDATA||Leaflets and Brochures|