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Series of publications on Migration, Refugees and Integration - Vol. 13

Date 23 February 2006
type Series of publications

Migration and integration – current national and European aspects

With the 2004 Immigration Act the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees took over further tasks mainly in the area of integration in its function as a competence center for migration and integration in Germany. A competence center for migration and integration – what does this mean in practice? The public used to have some kind of a conception/perception what the tasks of the former Federal Office for the Recognition of Refugees were, wich was not always correct. The new tasks of the Federal Office wich keep a majority of staff busy are probably less known to the public.

With the present volume of our series we would like to introduce this part of our work through some examples.

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Series of publications on Migration, Refugees and Integration - Vol. 14

Date 23 February 2006
type Series of publications

Symposium „Integration and Islam“

The promotion of a prejudice free interaction among different religions and cultures was the main focus of an international symposium on the subject “Islam and Integration” hosted by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF). On June 21st and 22nd 2005 scientists, authors, representatives of migrant organizations as well as representatives of the federal Länder met for a two days conference in Nuremberg.

The lectures presented at this symposium are components of this volume of the Migration, Refugees and Integration series.

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The Impact of Immigration on Germany's Society

Date 23 December 2005
type Research report

The Research Report of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees – Vol. 1 outlines the development of immigration in Germany since the mid-1950s. The report focuses on the influence which immigration has on German society.

The ageing society

Date 31 October 2005
Order number FFWP04
type Working paper

Working Paper 4/2005 deals with demographic ageing, in other words the long-term change from a “young” to an “old” age structure...

The Impact of Immigration on Germany’s Society

Date 15 September 2005
type Survey

The German report for the Research Study 2004 outlines the development of immigration in Germany since the mid-fifties. Observations concentrate on the influence of immigration on German society.

Jewish immigrants in Germany

Date 8 August 2005
type Working paper

Working Paper 3/2005 provides an overview of the state of research on Jewish immigrants. The legal situation of immigration and statistics on Jewish immigrants are described briefly. In portraying the projects and results, the focus lies on empirical studies which can provide information on social structures.

Illegality of migrants in Germany

Date 12 July 2005
type Working paper

Working Paper 2/2005 outlines fundamental aspects of the illegality of migrants in Germany. This includes the legal framework...

The data available in the field of migration and integration research

Date 11 July 2005
Order number FFWP01
type Working paper

Working Paper 1/2005 contains a summarised description and evaluation of the data available in the field of migration and integration research...

Legislative changes in the Asylum Procedure by the Immigration Act

Date 1 July 2005

The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) decides upon the asylum applications and the existence of legal obstacles to deportation using all available and current sources of knowledge about the asylum seekers` countries of origin.

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Reception Systems, their Capacities and the Social Situation of Asylum Applicants within the German Reception System

Date 15 April 2005
type Survey

The Small-Scale Study 1 of the European Migration Network deals with the reception systems for asylum applicants.

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