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Is the integration strategy effective and, if so, what are the tangible results at a local, regional and national level?

Key Area:
Policies On Integration - Cohesion
01/03/2012 - 13:24
Short Answer

Though benchmarking and targets are mentioned and defined in the introduction to the ‘National Action Plan Against Racism’ there are now formal benchmarks or targets put fourth in the document. As a result it is impossible to quantify the impact of the plan.

Qualitative Info

Definitions from the ‘National Action Plan Against Racism’:

Targeting (T) of specific strategies to overcome the inequalities experienced by

specific groups informed by an evidence-based approach to policy making.

Benchmarking (B) progress through targets and timescales and the development

of statistical strategies to provide the necessary data to measure such progress.

Groups affected/interested Migrants, Refugees, Roma & Travelers, Muslims, Ethnic minorities, Religious minorities, Linguistic minorities, Majority, Asylum seekers, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender, Persons with disability, Africans/black people, National minorities
Type (R/D) Extremism - organised Racist Violence, Anti-migrant/xenophobia, Anti-semitism, Islamophobia, Afrophobia, Arabophobia, Anti-roma/zinghanophobia, Religious intolerance, Inter-ethnic, Intra-ethnic, Nationalism, Homophobia, On grounds of disability, On grounds of other belief, Anti-roma/ romaphobia, Xenophobia
Key socio-economic / Institutional Areas Policing - law enforcement, Employment - labour market, Housing, Health and social protection, Education, Culture, Media, Sport, Political discourse -parties - orgs, Political participation, Anti-discrimination, Anti-racism, Integration - social cohesion, Daily life, Religion
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