Do policies matter? Exploring the Links between Indicators of Integration Policies and Outcomes through MIPEX

Our friends over at MPG are organizing a webinar on the impact of policies. Let’s be frank here, questions of causality will be a challenge, but with the data collected by MIPEX we’ll surely be able to make some headway in this crucial question:

‘Do policies matter? Exploring the Links between Indicators of Integration Policies and Outcomes through MIPEX‘. The webinar addresses what policymakers should know about the impacts of integration policies and what researchers should investigate in the future.

When? 28th May 2021 at 2PM CET

Where? Zoom

Registration and agenda here:

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIod-irpz4jGNDsfx_n2iUgFQCGeKAzvMiF?fbclid=IwAR0h9xg5CMniiIVbqqLyCy9FrVTMc70bIvUFufxRf1PnJGVUJi_TL07wfXw

Agenda

2PM-2.10PM
Welcome and introduction – Giacomo Solano, Head of Research, MPG


2.10PM-2.25PM
Exploring the links between MIPEX and migrant integration outcomes: Lessons learned and new avenues for research – Thomas Huddleston, Research and Strategic Advisor, MPG and Giacomo Solano, Head of Research, MPG


2.25PM-2.45PM The effect of integration policies: which policies do matter and for whom?

Sol Juarez, Associate Professor in Public Health Sciences, Stockholm University

Maarten Vink, Professor of Citizenship Studies, European University Institute

Conrad Ziller, Assistant Professor in Political Sciences, University of Duisburg-Essen

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