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The working papers contain articles from researchers within the research group who present interim results from larger ongoing projects or results of smaller, isolated studies.

Cover EMN WP 79

8 February 2018 The changing influx of asylum seekers in 2014-2016: Germany’s response

The study provides an overview on measures taken in Germany in response to challenges experienced due to the changing influx of asylum seekers in the years 2014 to 2016, from border control to the end of the asylum procedure.

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Titelbild vom Working Paper 78 Eine Reihe von Kindern sitzt auf Stühlen und halten Orff-Instrumente in der Hand.

21 December 2017 Pre-school childcare from the point of view of Muslim families

The study provides fundamental information on the take-up and evaluation of pre-school childcare by Muslim families. The analyses show a high degree of acceptance, particularly for kindergarten-age children.

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1 December 2017 Return Policy in Germany in the Context of EU Rules and Standards

Return Policy has become an increasingly important area of migration policy. The study examines the implementation of the EU Return Directive in Germany and analyses in how far European rules and standards have influenced return policy in Germany.

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27 September 2017 Documenting and Establishing Identity in the Migration Process – Challenges and Practices in the German Context

Establishing and documenting identity are central aspects when it comes to asylum, to deportation and to issuance procedures for visa and residence permits. This study describes the methods used, the legal bases, the use and protection of data as well as the societal debates on the topic.

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Titelbild vom Working Paper 75 Eine junge Frau umarmt eine alte Frau.

4 July 2017 Care services for elderly Muslims

The study addresses the topic of care services for elderly Muslims in Germany, a field in which there had previously been virtually no research. The evaluation of the quantitative data from the survey show how Muslim women and men perceive and assess the topic of long-term care in old age.

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19 May 2017 Illegal employment of third-country nationals in Germany

The present study focuses on the political and social context of the topic, the extent, preventive measures, the legal framework for uncovering, prosecuting, and punishing such employment, as well as its practical implementation.

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22 March 2017 Family Reunification of third-country nationals in Germany

The study provides an overview of the legal stipulations, the scope and the challenges of the family reunification of third-country nationals with third-country nationals living in Germany.

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24 January 2017 How to: Learn German quickly and successfully

The study serves to round off the research project entitled "Explaining differences in second language acquisition", and presents relevant factors influencing second language acquisition, which are put to the test in empirical terms in a secondary data analysis carried out by the BAMF’s integration panel.

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14 December 2016 How many Muslims live in Germany?

The study (WP 71) presents an extrapolation of the number of Muslims. The result is that between 4.4 and 4.7 million Muslim men and women were living in Germany on 31 December 2015. Accordingly, out of a total of 82.2 million inhabitants, between 5.4 and 5.7 percent belong to the Muslim faith. The extrapolation was carried out by the Research Centre of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees on behalf of the German Islam Conference.

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28 November 2016 Resettlement: Reception and integration experience of particularly vulnerable refugees

The study presents the first results of the qualitative study carried out by the Federal Office’s Research Centre on resettled refugees’ reception and integration experience.

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