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Comparative Study on Employment

The study was concerned with the situation of migrants and minorities in the employment sector.

Objectives
• To examine country-specific findings on inequality, exclusion, disadvantage and discrimination on the labour market in a comparative perspective
• To document the incidents and types of discrimination which occur in workplaces and labour markets across the EU
• To highlight examples of ‘good practice’ in counteracting discrimination

Outcomes
• Development of conceptual and methodological framework for data collection and problems related to the comparability of existing and non-existing data
• Description, analysis and comparison of existing data: existing inequalities in the labour market; evidence of discrimination; overview of current strategies to overcome inequalities and discrimination
• Presentation of common problems, conclusions and recommendations

Duration: 2002-2003
Funded by: EUMC
Contact: Veronika Bilger, Albert Kraler (ICMPD)


Publications

• ICMPD/ EUMC (2003) Migrants, Minorities and Employment: Exclusion, Discrimination and Anti-Discrimination in 15 Member States of the European Union. Report submitted by ICMPD on behalf of EUMC, October 2003, EUMC
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An article with the main findings of the study appeared in the EUMC publication Equal Voices:
• John Wrench, Michael Jandl, Albert Kraler, Anna Stepien (2003): Migrants, minorities and employment in 15 EU Member States. Equal Voices 14.
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Relevant links:

http://fra.europa.eu