aMASE: advancing Migrant Access to health Services in Europe

Research shows that migrants are often very healthy when they first move to a country, but then become more vulnerable to certain health conditions. For some it’s because certain illnesses are more common in their home country, for others it’s because illnesses are related to specific behaviours or attitudes, or change in environment. Another reason …

Questionnaire: Highly skilled women’s migration from Sub-Saharan countries to EU Countries

Find the survey in English, French and Italian from this link: http://camillas.limequery.com/index.php/933529/lang-en The survey is conducted in the framework of the research “Highly skilled women migration from SSA to Europe. Beyond the economic point of view” that intend to analyze the highly skilled women migrations flows from Sub – Saharan Africa to Europe in order …

Summary, 4th Meeting of the European Integration Forum 6-7 December 2010, Brussels

Summary, Adrianne George, BEWC Board, Sweden not supported Speaker summaries Aygul Özkan, Minister for Social, Women’s Affairs, Health and Integration of Lower Saxony (Germany) Immigrants are obliged to take language and politics course. Young people have to get involved in politics. School level education and language education are the keys to integrating 1st – 4th …