• Executive Summary
  • Chapter 1: Background on a pilot project to develop and use European integration indicators
  • PART I: Analysis
  • Chapter 2: What influences migrant integration outcomes?
  • 2.1 Migrant population
  • 2.2 General policies and context
  • 2.3 Migration and integration policies
  • Chapter 3: The Relevance of EU migrant integration indicators
  • 3.1 The relevance of EU migrant employment indicators
  • 3.2 The relevance of EU migrant education indicators
  • 3.3 The relevance of EU migrants’ social inclusion indicators
  • 3.4 The relevance of EU migrants’ active citizenship indicators
  • 3.5 The relevance of EU indicators of a welcoming society
  • Chapter 4: Migrant integration and the Europe 2020
  • PART II: Data assessment
  • Chapter 5: Availability of indicators
  • Chapter 6: Quality of data sources
  • 6.1 The LFS and EU-SILC
  • 6.2 PISA
  • Chapter 7: Robustness of indicators
  • Chapter 8: Alternative data sources
  • Chapter 9: Availability of data sources for additional indicators
  • PART III: Using EU indicators
  • Chapter 10: Background on using integration indicators
  • 10.1 Key issues for integration indicators
  • 10.2 Integration indicators in the Member States
  • 10.3 Beyond integration: Using indicators in other areas of EU cooperation
  • Chapter 11: How are integration indicators used for policymaking? Purposes & methods
  • 11.1. First purpose: Understanding the context
  • 11.2. A second purpose: Evaluating the results of policies
  • 11.3. Third purpose: Use targets to mainstream and improve integration
  • Annex
  • Further selected reading
  • Glossary