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Informal and non-formal competences matching devise for migrants' employability and active citizenship

10 April 2012

The centrality of Employment in Immigrant Integration in Europe
By Randall Hansen

This research was commissioned by the Transatlantic Council on Migration, an initiative of the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), for its seventh plenary meeting, held November 2011 in Berlin. The meeting’s theme was “National Identity, Immigration, and Social Cohesion: (Re)building Community in an Ever-Globalizing World” and this paper was one of the reports that informed the Council’s discussions.

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