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Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED)
From Immigration to Integration
Local Solutions to a Global Challenge
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  13 Nov 2006
Pages: 322 , Language: English
Version: E-book (PDF Format)
ISBN: 9789264028968 , OECD Code: 842006021E1
Price:   €35 | $49 | £31 | ¥4500 | MXN630
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Description
For the potential advantages of migration to be harnessed, it is crucial that immigration be accompanied by integration, or effective mechanisms for ensuring that immigrants are incorporated into labour markets, the economy and society. While immigration policy is often determined, designed and funded at the national level, its impact on migrants and society is more strongly felt at the local level where other policies interact. This publication highlights principles and factors which are important in supporting integration locally. A comparison of local initiatives implemented in five OECD countries - Canada, UK (London), Spain, Italy, and Switzerland - answers key questions facing all policy makers and stakeholders working in this field. This book provides a set of concrete policy recommendations for implementation at both local and national levels.

Table of contents:

Executive Summary
Introduction. Integrating Immigrants: Finding the Right Policy Mix to Tackle a Governance Problem by Sylvain Gigučre
Chapter 1. From Immigration to Integration: Comparing Local Practices by Francesca Froy
Chapter 2. Integrating Immigrants in Canada: Addressing Skills Diversity by Bob Birrell and Elisabeth McIssac
Chapter 3. Innovating in the Supply of Services to Meet the Needs of Immigrants in Italy by Jonathan Chaloff
Chapter 4. Routes into Employment for Refugees: A Review of Local Approaches in London by Anne E. Green
Chapter 5. Local Responses to a New Issue: Integrating Immigrants in Spain by Mary P. Corcoran
Chapter 6. Focusing on the Young: Integration in Switzerland by Steve Fenton.
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