Description: The ASSESS project (Assessing integration measures for vulnerable migrant groups) aimed to monitor and assess the effectiveness of integration measures that have been adopted at the level of Member States. The assessment, in particular, aimed to identify the strengths and weaknesses in the application of the common EU guidelines and principles in the area of integration. It specifically focused on the most vulnerable migrant groups, such as women, children and victims of trafficking.
The project was carried out in 10 EU Member States that represent Europe’s different migration patterns and experiences in dealing with migration and integration issues.
The consortium consists of the following institutions:
- Center for the Study of Democracy/CBS (Bulgaria) – project leader
- Ludwig Bolzmann Institute of Human Rights/BIM (Austria)
- Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies, University of Antwerp (Belgium)
- Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy/ELIAMEP (Greece)
- Center for Policy Studies, CentralEuropeanUniversity (Hungary)
- Centre for Social Studies and Policies/Fondazione Centro Studi Investimenti Sociali (Italy)
- The People for Change Foundation (Malta)
- Lazarski University (Poland)
- People in Need/piN (Slovakia)
- ACCEM (Spain)
You can find more information on the website of the project.