Research Team: Professor Eleonore Kofman, Alessio D’Angelo, Dr Elena Vacchelli
The PROSINT project has examined re-configurations of integration policymaking in a number of European countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK) in the past decade or so. Some of the most recent trends include the linkage of integration policy with admission policy, the increasing use of obligatory integration measures and integration conditions in admission policy, and integration policymaking being increasingly influenced by European developments, both through vertical (more or less binding regulations, directives etc.) and through horizontal processes (policy learning between states) of policy convergence. The project also compared policy making in selected cities in the countries under study.
Policy Reports related to the European Research Project PROSINT – Promoting Sustainable Policies for Integration
– Kofman, E., Vacchelli, E & D’Angelo, A. (2011). ‘Local integration policies for newcomers in the United Kingdom’. PROSINT case study report WP3.
National frame for the integration of newcomers in the United Kingdom’. PROSINT country report WP2. – Kofman, E., Vacchelli, E., D’Angelo, A. & Lewis, H.
– Kofman, E., Vacchelli, E. (2012). ‘National discourses in the migration-integration nexus during a period of electoral and political change in the United Kingdom’. PROSINT country report WP2.
– Kofman, E., Vacchelli, E. (2012). ‘The Socio-economic impact of integration policies in the UK’. PROSINT country report WP5.