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Gender Inequality and Integration of Non-EU migrants in the EU

EuroMeSCo Policy Brief - No. 69, 20 February 2017.

With the increase in the number of refugees - and migrants more generally - arriving in the EU, labour market and wider societal integration has moved to the forefront of today’s policy debate. Successful integration is important from a humanitarian point of view, but it is also crucial for a more pragmatic economic reason: the less newcomers integrate into the labour market, the bigger the pressure on public budgets.

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