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Annual Monitoring Report on Integration 2011

Resource type: Research Report

The Integration Centre |

Integration is a process. Contrary to popular belief it does not happen organically with the passing of time. Structures need to be put in place by government which ensure the social cohesion and future success of Irish society.

This report, the second in a series of Annual Integration Monitors which seek to measure migrant integration in four life domains – employment, education, social inclusion and active citizenship – provides a mapping of the current situation in Ireland and pinpoints specific areas of concern in need of targeted action.

In the Media

> Watch the RTÉ News report

> Report finds recession hits immigrants in Ireland hardest BBC News

> Recession ‘hitting immigrant community the hardest’‎ Irish Examiner

> Poverty rate higher for non-EU nationals‎ Irish Times

> Immigrants ‘not being encouraged to take part in sports’‎ Irish Independent

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