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Socio-demographic characteristics, vocational structure and kinship networks of Jewish immigrants

Date 9 July 2007
Order number FFWP08
type Working paper

Using the data of the 1,061 Jewish immigrants who arrived in the Free State of Bavaria Land Reception Centre in 2005, Working Paper 8 provides a description of the demographic characteristics, nationality and religious affiliation, vocational structure and kinship networks.

Integration in Germany

Date 10 May 2007
type Booklet

This brochure provides an overview of the main areas of the wide-ranging integration work carried out by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, an agency managed by the Federal Ministry of the Interior. The integration courses are the key element of this work and are accompanied by a range of other measures: initial advisory services for immigrants and the funding of integration projects. The brochure also presents the nationwide integration programme. It also looks at the work of the Federal Office’s regional co-ordinators.

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Voluntary and Forced Return of Third Country Nationals from Germany

Date 30 April 2007
type Survey

The German report for the Research Study 2006 provides a broad overview of questions related to voluntary and enforced returns from Germany.

Minas - Atlas on Migration, Integration and Asylum

Date 22 March 2007
type miscellaneous

This atlas portrays all migration events in detail with the aid of topical maps.

Conditions of Entry and Residence of Third Country Highly Qualified and Highly Skilled Workers - The Situation in Germany

Date 16 March 2007
type Working paper

The Working Paper of the European Migration Network provides an overview of the legal requirements for the entry of highly qualified third-country nationals and their family members.

The study also focuses on rights and obligations of this group of migrants, and provides information on recruitment programmes and respective experiences. The concluding part of the study comprises in-depth statistical information.

Labour Market Participation of Non-Germans in the Health Sector in Germany

Date 16 March 2007
type Survey

In addition to the economic significance of the healthcare sector, the Small-scale Study II presents the legal basis for the immigration of workers in the healthcare sector and offers detailed data on employment for the individual professional groups and countries of origin.

Uniform school clothing in Germany – Documentation on the current debate, giving particular consideration to integration-related issues

Date 1 March 2007
Order number FFWP07
type Working paper

Working Paper 7 portrays the discussion on uniform school clothing in Germany, which was the subject of increased debate in the summer of 2006.

Labour Market Participation of Non-Germans in the Health sector in Germany

Date 12 December 2006
Order number FFWP06
type Working paper

In addition to the economic significance of the healthcare sector, Working Paper 6 presents the legal basis for the immigration of workers in the healthcare sector and offers detailed data on employment for the individual professional groups and countries of origin.

Immigration for the purpose of gainful employment in demographic change

Date 24 October 2006
type Expertise

The expert report by Dr. Herbert Brücker, Dr. Hella Engerer and Dr. Ulrich Thießen studies the influence of the new labour migrants on the longer-term development of the German labour market against the background of demographic ageing and the shrinking of the population and of the fall in the availability of work.

Effects of migration management caused among the gainfully employed by the Immigration Act

Date 24 October 2006
type Expertise

The expert report by Max Steinhardt, Elmar Hönekopp, PD Dr. Michael Bräuninger, Dragos Radu and Prof. Dr. Thomas Straubhaar analyses the influence of the new labour migrants on the employment situation, as well as on the wage level and on the structure of the relevant labour markets.

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