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Inclusion of immigrants in development and execution of national and European migration policies "The European Project" ImmigrationPolicy2.0

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Tea Tammistu,
Integration and Migration Foundation, Estonia

Presentation of the key goals and results of an international project: Participatory Immigration Policy Making and Harmonization based on Collaborative Web2.0 Technologies

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  • 1. Tea Tammistu Integration and Migration Foundation
  • 2.
    • About the IMP2.0
    • IMP2.0 services
    • Benefits for the IMP2.0 platform users
    • Challenges
  • 3.
    • Project full title: “Participatory Immigration Policy Making and Harmonization based on Collaborative Web2.0 Technologies”
    • Project acronym: ImmigrationPolicy2.0 (IMP2.0)
    • Duration: September 2010 - September 2013
    • Pilot countries: Estonia (Integration and Migration Foundation), Germany (European Forum for Migration Studies), Greece (University of Piraeus) & Italy (Municipality of Forli)
    • Project & technical managers: Atos, University of Piraeus, SingularLogic S.A & BOC
    • Funding: “Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme” (CIP)
    • (7th Framework Programme of the European Commission)
    •  
  • 4.
    • D ifferences in immigration policies ( procedures , practices ) in various member states .
    • I solation of legal residents and migration stakeholders from the policy making processes .
  • 5.
      • T aking advantage of state-of-the-art ICT technologies, IMP 2.0 pilots a range of citizen-centric services that:
      • Facilitate the participation of citizens in the migration policy development process .
      • Boost the harmonization of migration policies and actions across the EU countries.
      • Empower and enable legal immigrants participation in the policy making process .
  • 6.
    • To offer legal immigrants and migration stakeholders in the domain of migration the possibility to contribute their knowledge and experience to national as well as European migration policy making and realization.
    • To enhance current efforts of migration policy harmonization at European level.
  • 7.
    • IMP2.0 is a policy driven, user centric project.
    • IMP2.0 concentrates on helping policy makers to harmonize employment related migration policies and providing collaborative services to legal residents.
    • IMP 2.0 will focus on the migration issues related to employment civil status documents (work permits, reunification documents , etc ), practices, directives, procedures .
  • 8.
    • Collecting and analyzing requirements for the IMP2.0 services from all the users .
    • Creating IMP2.0 services.
    • Piloting the services in Greece, Italy, Germany and Estonia.
    • Evaluating the pilots.
    • Producing best practices and blueprints.
    • Evolving business plans.
  • 9. Legal residents Stakeholders Experts, politicians, policy-makers, public administrators 1st & 2nd generation immigrants, their representative organisations and groups
  • 10. Legal residents Acquire Information Evaluate Proposals Provide Feedback Record / Imprint their Opinions Articulate Ideas /Problems / Anticipations Participate in the shaping of policies Stakeholders Post Policies and Procedures Model Policies and Procedures Analyze Policies and Procedures Harmonize Policies and Procedures Report their skills Monitor of labour migration Generate new collaboration channels Build Synergies Build Standardized formats Incorporate migrants in labour markets Government Process Modelling & Management Open Surveys Support Knowledge Harvesting & Content Extraction Information Asset Management Migration Policy Synchronization & Homogenization Users Requirements Services
  • 11. Information Asset Management Services Legal Residents Politicians Public Administrators Policy Makers
  • 12. Knowledge Harvesting & Content Extraction Services Legal Residents Politicians Public Administrators Policy Makers
  • 13. Open Survey Support Services Legal Residents Politicians Public Administrators Policy Makers
  • 14. Governmental Process Modelling & Management Services Legal Residents Politicians Public Administrators Policy Makers
  • 15. Policy Synchronization & Homogenization Services Legal Residents Politicians Public Administrators Policy Makers
  • 16.
  • 17.
    • Benefits for the legal residents:
    • - getting information;
    • - a possibility to participate.
    • Benefits for the stakeholders:
    • - getting information;
    • - a possibility to participate;
    • - tools for monitoring national migration policies, building harmonized EU policies, etc.
  • 18.
    • Creating a user-friendly and reliable platform
    • Motivating users to use the platform
    • Sustainability of the platform
    • Cooperation with initiatives with similar aims
  • 19.
    • Web:
    • www.immigrationpolicy2.eu
    • (information about the project in English)
    • Platform:
    • immigrationpolicy2.cs.unipi.gr
    • (in Estonian, English, Greek, Spanish, Italian and German)
  • 20. For more information, please contact: Tea Tammistu tea.tammistu @ meis.ee + 372 52 08 901

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