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Participatory Immigration Policy Making and Harmonization based on Collaborative Web2.0 Technologies. Immigrants´ requierments and services: ImmigrationPolicy2.0 propositions. Martin Eber Integration and Migration Foundation Our People. ICT PSP call identifier: ICT-PSP/2009-3bis

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Participatory Immigration Policy Making and Harmonization based on Collaborative Web2.0 Technologies

Immigrants´ requierments and services: ImmigrationPolicy2.0 propositions

Martin Eber

Integration and Migration Foundation

Our People

ICT PSP call identifier: ICT-PSP/2009-3bis

ICT PSP Theme/objective identifier: 3.5

Grant agreement no.: 256209

target group
Target group
  • Legal immigrants from
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • Greece
    • Estonia
main topics 1 3
Main topics (1/3)

Personal information:

  • Longetivity of stay in EU
  • Education level
  • Computer skills
  • Knowledge of languages
main topics 2 3
Main topics (2/3)

Work related:

  • Employment status
  • Conditions
  • Need for information
  • Feedback to authorities
  • Search tools
  • Migration within EU
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Main topics (3/3)

Migration and labour information via electronic means

  • Specific channels
  • Migration related documents
  • Suggestions to authorities
  • Language
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Results (1/2)

Positives

  • Highly skilled immigrants
  • Big interest towards receiving information and support in immigration issues through electronic/computer communication means
  • Vast majority of the respondents want to receive information about the employment and entrepreneurship possibilities through web
  • Big interest providing feedback to authorities
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Results (2/2)

Negatives

  • Unemployment
  • Language skills
  • Recognition of occupational and professional skills
  • Unequal labour market opportunities
    • Communication between authorities and employers
    • Access - competent authorities not clearly defined
    • Cultural and social
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Requierments (1/2)

  • Action in these areas to improve the situation of migrants
  • To create corresponding rooms for debates for common discussion of policies, procedures etc., integrate relevant authority representatives in the internet
  • Submitting documents via electronic media must be made easier
  • IMP2.0 services to enable processingof migration related issues and migration related documents via internet
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Requierments (2/2)

  • Additionally it is still very important to use traditional media
  • Provide information on legislation as well as on employment and business opportunities
  • Providing a guide or a map on the IMP2.0 platform for immigrants in the complex environment of public authority
  • Creating of access to authorities, bringing together authority representatives and migrants for debating migration policies and administrative procedures
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Participatory Immigration Policy Making and Harmonization based on Collaborative Web2.0 Technologies

Thank you!

For more information, please contact:

Martin Eber

[email protected]

+372 659 9067

ICT PSP call identifier: ICT-PSP/2009-3bis

ICT PSP Theme/objective identifier: 3.5

Grant agreement no.: 256209

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