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If there is a national strategy covering both integration and cohesion? Are the two key elements of the strategy joined up formally?

Key Area:
Policies On Integration - Cohesion
01/03/2012 - 17:28
Short Answer

The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration published a report entitled ‘Integration, a two way process.’ There is, however, no specific strategy for social/community cohesion and thus it is not formally connected to

Qualitative Info

The closest thing to formal strategy on social/community cohesion in Ireland is ‘The Nation Action Plan Against Poverty' which can be read here:

'Integration, a Two Way Process' can be read here:$File/INTEGRATION%20-%20A%20Two%20Way%20Process.pdf

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, Internet, Sport, Political discourse -parties - orgs, Political participation, Anti-discrimination, Anti-racism, Integration - social cohesion, Daily life, Religion
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