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Come può l’analisi dei dati migliorare l’efficienza e l’efficacia degli interventi di politica migratoria?

Negli ultimi anni è aumentata la quantità di dati, tradizionali e non, disponibili per lo studio delle migrazioni. L’analisi dei dati permette potenzialmente di migliorare l’efficienza e l’efficacia degli interventi di politica migratoria, ma è necessario che ne sia adeguatamente organizzata la raccolta e che sia reso possibile l’accesso a fini di analisi a ricercatori e policy makers.

Il CEEDSDEMM organizza una mattinata per discuterne.

PROGRAMMA:

  • 9:30 – 11

Presentazione del Report “Immigrant Integration in Europe”

Speaker:

– Tommaso Frattini (DEMM) – Relatore

– Alessandra Casarico (Università Bocconi) – Discussant

– Matteo Villa (ISPI) – Discussant

  • 11-11:30

Coffee break

  • 11:30 -13

“Vecchi” e “nuovi” dati per capire le migrazioni

Chair:

– Francesco Fasani (DEMM)

Relatori:

– Cecile Thoreau (OECD International Migration Division)

– Marzia Rango (Data Innovation and Capacity-Building Coordinator at IOM’s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre GMDAC)

– Guido Tintori (JRC – Knowledge Centre for Migration and Demography)

Interviene:

– Lamberto Bertolè, (Assessore al Welfare, Comune di Milano)

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