Monitoring report on integration 2016

March 1, 2017

BKMNEXT330Editors: Alan Barrett , Frances McGinnity , Emma Quinn

This report examines migrant integration in Ireland in the areas of employment, education, social inclusion and active citizenship, and includes a special theme on migrant skills and competencies.The report presents a range of findings, including that a significant proportion of immigrants in Ireland are now Irish citizens, income poverty is higher among non-Irish groups than Irish, and employment rates are lower among African nationals than any other nationality grouping. The report uses indicators to measure different aspects of immigrant inclusion in Irish society, using the most recently available data.


Related Publications:

Annual Monitoring Report on Integration 2013

Annual Monitoring Report on Integration 2012

Annual Monitoring Report on Integration 2011

Annual Monitoring Report on Integration 2010


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