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BAMF’s brief analyses

The BAMF’s brief analyses serve to publish selected results from the work of the Research Centre in an abridged form.

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18 January 2018 Migration decisions of resettled African refugees

The second edition of the BAMF’s brief analyses deals with the migration decisions, routes and destinations of refugees with African nationalities who were admitted to Germany within the resettlement programme.

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17 October 2017 Social structure, school attendance and employment of asylum applicants (1st half of 2017)

The now ninth edition of the BAMF’s Brief analyses evaluates the data on the social components of adult asylum applicants in the first half of 2017 and provides information on their social structure, school attendance, employment and language knowledge.

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4 July 2017 Refugee women in Germany: language, education and employment

The BAMF’s Research Centre has presented a new brief analysis of the situation facing refugee women in Germany, linking research findings  with data obtained from administrative statistics. The results reveal that refugee women are highly motivated when it comes to participation in society, but that they need special support because of "initial disadvantages".

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29 December 2016 Aspects of the integration of Romanian and Polish nationals who have immigrated to Germany

The BAMF’s sixth Brief Analysis studies aspects of the integration of Romanian and Polish nationals who have immigrated to Germany. 1,250 individuals were included in the representative survey regarding their language knowledge, qualifications and labour market participation.

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15 November 2016 IAB-BAMF-SOEP Refugee Survey – displacement, arrival in Germany and first steps towards integration

The fifth edition of the BAMF’s Brief Analyses reports information from the survey carried out among 2,349 respondents from the IAB-BAMF-SOEP Refugee Survey. Respondents aged 18 and older who entered Germany between 1 January 2013 and 31 January 2016 and who filed an asylum application (regardless of their current legal status) were interviewed as well as the members of their households.

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27 October 2016 Social structure, level of qualifications and employment of applicants (first half of 2016)

Participation in the labour market is one of the most important aspects of integration. Background information on the level of qualifications of asylum applicants in Germany is vital in order to be able to targetedly assess the potential as well as the needs and corresponding planning for promotional measures.

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6 September 2016 The social structure, level of qualification and employment of asylum applicants

The third edition of the BAMF’s brief analyses evaluates the data on the social components of adult-age first asylum applicants and provides information on their social structure, schooling, employment and language knowledge.

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18 January 2016 Persons entitled to asylum or recognised as refugees in Germany

The BAMF’s first brief analysis deals with the sociodemographic characteristics, the qualification structure, labour market participation, as well as the future orientations and wishes of persons entitled to asylum or recognised as refugees in Germany.

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