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in Ethmig Survey Data Publication date 2020-05-25
SAJI Ami Katherine
MÉNDEZ LAGO Mónica
BERGH Johannes
BERNAT Anikó
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1st lines : The Ethnic and Migrant Minority (EMM) Survey Registry is a free online tool that allows users to search for and learn about existing quantitative surveys to EMM populations through the compiled survey-level metadata. The EMM Survey Registry is one of the main outputs generated by COST Action 16111 Ethmigsurveydata jointly with the Sciences Po team of the SSHOC (Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud) project. It is also a result of the collective efforts by the national delegations of the participating countries in the COST Action who have contributed to an initial comprehensive compilation of all the surveys targeting EMM respondents since January 2000 and until 2018 in their respective country.

Publication date 2020-04
SAJI Ami Katherine
PRANDNER Dimitri
BERGH Johannes
BERNAT Anikó
MÉNDEZ LAGO Mónica
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This report, the second in the series of reports produced by COST Action 16111 Ethmigsurveydata, presents the results from the analysis of the survey metadata compiled through the Ethnic and Migrant Minorities (EMM) Survey Registry launched by the COST Action and with the support of the H2020 project Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC). The current version of the report focuses on six countries for which the metadata is complete and controlled for quality: Croatia, Norway, Switzerland, Romania, Germany and Turkey. The report begins with an introduction about the survey metadata compilation undertaken by Ethmigsurveydata, followed by a detailed overview of the methodological approaches used to develop the EMM Survey Registry. The report is then structured into five additional sections that present the findings for the EMM surveys in these six countries in relation to their geographical and target group coverage, the definition and measurement of EMMs, the topics covered by the surveys, their technical characteristics, and their accessibility and reusability. The final section offers conclusions and recommendations for funders, data producers and data analysis.

Publication date 2019-04
SIMON Patrick
LOPATIN Esther
OLIVERI Antonino Mario
GONZÁLEZ-FERRER Amparo
FORTUNATO Cecilia
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Legal regulations designed to protect individual liberties and personal data has significant implications for survey design when it restricts access to such populations and to information regarding ethnic background, religion, or race. This is a particularly significant concern for researchers using quantitative surveys. Working Group 3 (WG3) was asked to reflect on these challenges before analyzing the results of the survey mapping conducted by WG1 and WG2. This report describes the background for collecting data concerning EMMs in Europe by: 1. Emphasizing the relevant EU legal frameworks pertaining to data collection in the EU and some of their implications for conducting surveys of immigrants and ethnic minorities. 2. Reviewing and evaluating the empirical knowledge underlying these frameworks and specific data collection, analysis, and reporting practices. 3. Providing an overview of the methodological challenges faced by researchers who survey EMMs. 4. Alerting EMM survey data producers and data users to the range of integration indicators that could inform their future data production and data analysis efforts.