Labour market integration trajectories of refugees in Austria – report on the study results of the 3rd wave of the longitudinal FIMAS-Study

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Published August 2022

Austria

Extract

Original title: "Prozesse der Arbeitsmarktintegration von Geflüchteten in Österreich. Forschungsbericht der dritten Welle des FIMAS-Flüchtlingssurveys: FIMAS+INTEGRATION2"                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

External author: Valentin Daur          

 

Analysis of the linkages between protection, development opportunities and decisions about irregular onward movement

Study

Published August 2022

Extract

Original title: "Analyse der Zusammenhänge zwischen Schutz, Entwicklungschancen und Entscheidungen über irreguläre Migration in einem Transitland"

Arbeitsmarktintegration junger Geflüchteter in Österreich. Forschungsbericht der vierten Welle des FIMAS-Surveys: FIMAS+YOUTH.

Study

Published November 2021

Austria

COVID-19 & MIGRATION - ‘Too important to be neglected’: Refugees in Europe are now essential to keep societies afloat

Released 09 April 2020

Due to Covid-19 lockdown, the importance of ‘key workers’ performing ‘systemically relevant’ jobs is clearer. Many of these are migrants, most of them are women. An ICMPD data survey illustrates the importance of refugees to alleviate the disruption caused by the pandemic.

In search for a vision of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS)

Released 19 June 2019

In October 2019, the first multiannual framework kicking off the development of the Common European Asylum System, the Tampere Programme, celebrates its 20th anniversary. Since then, three further multiannual programmes followed: the Hague Programme, the Stockholm Programme and the European Agenda on Migration. Each of the programmes emerged from very specific situations – either dominated by the accession of new Member States to the EU or by an increased inflow of applicants for international protection. During all these years, the vision of Tampere remained untouched; but is it still shared and backed by all of today’s EU Member States? This article is an extract of a chapter taken from the working paper “Harmonising asylum systems in Europe – a means or an end per se?” published in the framework of the EU Horizon 2020 funded research project, CEASEVAL and is accessible at its webpage.

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