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CoverTechnical Report on Statistics of Internally Displaced Persons

Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) account for the greatest share of displaced populations globally and there is a growing recognition of the need for accurate and actionable data and statistics on IDPs to inform national response and support policy processes.

As a response to those needs, the 'Technical Report on Statistics of Internally Displaced Persons: Current practice and recommendations for improvement', adopted by the United Nations Statistical Commission in March 2018, provides a stock-take of the current state of official Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) statistics, discusses which coordination mechanisms are requisite when producing IDP statistics and provides preliminary recommendations towards developing a statistical framework on IDPs.

Although a separate product, this report should be read in conjunction with the 'International Recommendations on Refugee Statistics (IRRS)'. The link between these two documents is important. This is not only because of key similarities between the populations concerned, but also because aligning the statistical recommendations they contain is necessary for producing interoperable statistics on different displaced populations in order to inform comprehensive policy and response. [+]

CoverInternational Recommendations on Refugee Statistics (IRRS)

With the growing prominence of forced displacement internationally, there is increasing interest at national and international levels in statistics on refugees, asylum seekers, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and refugee related populations.

The publication 'International Recommendations on Refugee Statistics (IRRS)', adopted by the United Nations Statistical Commission in March 2018, provides a set of specific recommendations that countries and international organizations can use to improve the collection, collation, disaggregation, reporting, and overall quality of statistics on forcibly displaced populations. The recommendations are intended to help improve national statistics on the stocks and flows of refugee and refugee related populations in their countries, and to help make such statistics comparable internationally.

This report presents recommendations on refugees, asylum seekers and related populations only. A separate publication, the 'Technical Report on Statistics of Internally Displaced Persons: Current practice and recommendations for improvement' addresses the way forward for the development of comparable international standards for statistics on Internally Displaced Persons. [+]

CoverMigrant integration statistics (re-edition)

‘Migrant integration statistics’ presents different aspects of the European Union (EU) statistics on the integration of migrants. The successful integration of migrants into society in the host country is key to maximising the opportunities of legal migration and making the most of the contributions that immigration can make to EU development. In this publication, migrant integration is measured in terms of employment, education, social inclusion and active citizenship in the host country. The analysis is based on 2015 statistics from the Labour Force Survey (EU-LFS), statistics on income and living conditions (EU-SILC) and Eurostat’s migration statistics.

In addition, this publication provides an analysis on the labour market situation of migrants and their immediate descendants based on the outcomes of the 2014 ad-hoc module of EU-LFS. Data are presented for the European Union and its Member States as well as for the EFTA countries. [+]

CoverMigrant integration — 2017 edition

‘Migrant integration statistics’ presents different aspects of the European Union (EU) statistics on the integration of migrants. The successful integration of migrants into society in the host country is key to maximising the opportunities of legal migration and making the most of the contributions that immigration can make to EU development. In this publication, migrant integration is measured in terms of employment, education, social inclusion and active citizenship in the host country. The analysis is based on 2015 statistics from the Labour Force Survey (EU-LFS), statistics on income and living conditions (EU-SILC) and Eurostat’s migration statistics.

In addition, this publication provides an analysis on the labour market situation of migrants and their immediate descendants based on the outcomes of the 2014 ad-hoc module of EU-LFS. Data are presented for the European Union and its Member States as well as for the EFTA countries. [+] 

First and second-generation immigrants - a statistical overview

The publication First and second-generation immigrants - a statistical overview is an online Eurostat publication based on data collected by Eurostat from the 2014 Labour force survey ad-hoc module on the ‘Labour market situation of immigrants and their immediate descendants’. The previous 2008 LFS Ad-hoc module on the ‘Labour market situation of immigrants’ was also used to compare the data overtime.

In the articles, the population is divided into three main ‘migration status’ groups based on country of birth of the respondent and of their parents: ‘Native-born with native background’; ‘Second-generation immigrants’ (native-born population with at least one foreign-born parent) and ‘First-generation immigrants’ (foreign-born population). For the migrant population there is a further split based on their ‘EU’ or ‘non-EU origins’. Thus, the population of ‘first-generation immigrants’ is divided according to country of birth of the respondent into ‘first-generation immigrants’ born in another EU Member State (i.e. ‘EU origins’) and ‘first-generation immigrants’ born outside the EU (i.e. ‘non-EU origins’). For the population of ‘second-generation immigrants’, as they all are born in the reporting country that automatically belongs to the EU, their origins are based on the country of birth of their parents. Thus, the group has been split into ‘second-generation immigrants’ with ‘EU origins’ (at least one parent is born in the EU, including in the reporting country) and ‘second-generation immigrants’ of ‘non-EU origins’ (both parents are born outside the EU). The focus of the articles, which cover topics on demographic characteristics, labour market integration and level of skills and qualifications, is to compare the five sub-groups resulting from these divisions. [+]

CoverKey Figures on Europe — 2016 edition

Key figures on Europe presents a selection of topical data. Most data cover the European Union and its Member States, while some indicators are provided for other countries, such as members of EFTA, enlargement countries to the European Union. This publication may be viewed as an introduction to European statistics and provides a starting point for those who wish to explore the wide range of data that is freely on Eurostat’s website. [+]

Asylum applicants and first instance decisions on asylum applications: 2014
Data in Focus. Population and social conditions 3/2015

This publication gives an insight into recent developments in international protection including applicants for asylum and first instance decisions on asylum applications. These data are supplied to Eurostat by the national Ministries of Interior and related official agencies. Most of the statistics presented in this Data in Focus are collected under the regulatory framework of Regulation 862/2007 on statistics on migration and international protection. [+]

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