Migration and integration

2022

Final evaluation of the ESF measure for adaptation and integration

To improve the integration and well-being of people arriving in Estonia and ensure that Estonian society is cohesive in its diversity, it is essential to promote cohesion and develop activities to enable it. This is what the Estonian state has been doing through its policies, and the adaptation and integration measure supported by EU structural instruments plays an essential role in this.

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2022

“Estonian language learning for third-country nationals” impact study

Estonian language training of third-country nationals has been heavily invested in through the Estonian state budget and international projects. However, language learning must first and foremost be based on the needs of the target group, which have been studied in several previous studies and the results of which have been taken into account in the development of Estonian language learning.

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2015

Monitoring of integration in Estonian society in 2015

The integration monitoring is based on the sectoral development plan Integrating Estonia 2020, which sets the strategic goal of developing an integrated and cohesive Estonian society, where people from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds actively participate in social life and share democratic values.

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2014

Coordinating the development and compilation of the study and monitoring model for the Estonian strategy of integration “Integrating Estonia 2020”

The Institute of Baltic Studies coordinated the preparation of proposals for the Integration Development Plan “Integrating Estonia 2020” for the planning of research, the establishment of the Research Council’s working principles, the definition of development plan goals and the development of a monitoring model of integration processes.

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2012

Open Forums on Integration: Report on Recommendations by Third-Country Nationals regarding Estonia’s Integration Policy

From November 2012 until October 2013 Praxis Center for Policy Studies and Institute of Baltic Studies (IBS) implemented the project “National Debates on Integration for Third Country Nationals in Estonia”. The main objective of the project was to include third country nationals and people with undetermined citizenship living in Estonia (TCN) in policy making processes in the field of integration policy in Estonia.

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2012

Promotion of Equal Treatment: Impacts, Awareness and Policy Recommendations

The aim of this project was to analyse promotion of equal treatment in labour market and awareness altogether in Estonian society. The main target group were European third country nationals and persons without citizenship. In addition, activities were directed to additional groups: business leaders and human resources managers; Russian and Estonian media; local and governmental (ministries) policy makers, NGOs, experts, analytics and scientists.

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