A comparative analysis of the national integration evaluation mechanism in 14 EU countries

A new EU-funded study shows huge differences in the quality of refugee integration policies in European countries, despite standards set by EU and international law.

Though Europe’s main way to provide global durable solutions to refugees is through long-term integration, the study written for the “National Integration Evaluation Mechanism (NIEM)” reveals how Member State policies largely fail to deliver on this promise and a lack of harmonisation on refugee integration across the EU.

The report is available here
Key findings and contact information available here