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Hrvatska - Indeks razvijenosti politika integracije migranata (MIPEX)

Vankova, Zvezda; Gregurović, Snježana; Župarić- Iljić, Drago; Kranjec, Julija; Lalić Novak, Goranka; Špadina, Helga; Zlatković Winter, Jelena;
Hrvatska - Indeks razvijenosti politika integracije migranata (MIPEX), 2014. (ekspertiza).

Hrvatska - Indeks razvijenosti politika integracije migranata (MIPEX)
(Croatia - A MIPEX assessment)

Vankova, Zvezda ; Gregurović, Snježana ; Župarić- Iljić, Drago ; Kranjec, Julija ; Lalić Novak, Goranka ; Špadina, Helga ; Zlatković Winter, Jelena ;


Vrsta, podvrsta
Ostale vrste radova, ekspertiza


Ključne riječi
Integracija; mobilnost na tržištu rada; spajanje obitelji; obrazovanje; politička participacija; stalni boravak; pristup državljanstvu; antidiskriminacija
(Integration; labour market mobility; family reunion; education; political participation; long-term residence; access to nationality; anti-discrimination)

The Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) is a reference guide and a fully interactive tool to assess, compare and improve integration policy. It measures integration policies in 40 countries in Europe and North America in order to provide a view of integration policies across a broad range of differing environments. MIPEX was developed in these countries by the British Council and the Migration Policy Group (MPG). Using 148 policy indicators, MIPEX establishes the extent to which all residents are legally entitled to equal rights and responsibilities, as well as to any support that addresses their specific needs to make equal opportunities a reality. Newcomers to Croatia will face barely halfway favourable policies for their integration. With an overall MIPEX score of 42/100, it ranks alongside other ‘new’ immigration countries in the MIPEX on the Balkans, such as Bulgaria, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia. Croatia’s policies that best promote integration are in areas of European law. Nevertheless, these legal conditions can be undermined by authorities’ rather discretionary procedures, a problem across Central and Eastern Europe. Newcomers to Croatia lack many basic opportunities, such as targeted state support to find the right job, improve the education of their children, or participate in political life. Their children, even if born in the country, are not eligible to be citizens at birth and dual nationality is not accepted, which is contrary to the trend in the majority of MIPEX countries.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski, engleski

Znanstvena područja
Ekonomija, Pravo, Sociologija


Pravni fakultet, Zagreb,
Institut za migracije i narodnosti, Zagreb,
Pravni fakultet, Osijek