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AMIDLien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.amid.dk/
Academy for Migration Studies in Denmark
Aalborg University
The primary objectives of the Academy for Migration Studies in Denmark (AMID) are to push research on migratory issues forward, in order to better understand and cope with social, cultural and political problems of integration, exclusion and co-citizenship, and to provide an informed knowledge base for political decisions, public debates and popular perceptions on migrants and immigration. From Sep. 2007 AMID offers a Master in Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMER Denmark). The Master consist of a two year program with an empirical focus. Participants from all countries and academic disciplines are urged to apply.

CIMLien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.asb.dk/article.aspx?pid=9826
Centre for Research in Social Integration and Marginalization
Aarhus Business School
CIM, Centre for Research in Social Integration and Marginalization, is a 'centre without walls' with participants from Aarhus School of Business (host for the centre), the economic departments at the Universities in Copenhagen and Aarhus , The Danish National Institute of Social Research (SFI), and The Institute of Local Government Studies (AKF). The main research areas for CIM are integration of immigrants in the labour market, early retirement, family and work, and analyses of poverty and income dynamics.

DCISMLien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.dcism.dk/
Danish Centre for International Studies and Human Rights
DCISM carries out research, analyses, and information activities in Denmark concerning international affairs, i.e. the fields of foreign, security, and development policy; conflict; holocaust; genocide and political mass murders; and human rights in Denmark and abroad.

Minority StudiesLien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.minoritetsstudier.ku.dk
Centre for Minority Studies
University of Copenhagen
Minority Studies, founded in 1990, is a multidisciplinary education and research center. Research and education focus on minority related issues; ethnicity, language-barriers, culture clash, religion, diversity etc. both in Denmark and Europe.

SFILien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.sfi.dk
The Social Research Institute (Social Forsknings Instituttet)
The Danish National Institute of Social Research
The Institute conducts research and carries out commissioned projects in the area of welfare state policies, and disseminates the results. The job is to generate new knowledge of relevance to society. The Institute is a sector research institution under the Ministry of Social Affairs. Its primary focus is therefore on matters concerning the Ministry, but it also deals with wider issues such as, employment, integration and labour market conditions, economic and family-related issues, and other national and international social conditions and development trends of significance to the living conditions of the population.

Official Sites

  • The Ministry for Refugees, Immigrants and Integration –
    Lien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us
    Denmark ’s official ministry for refugees, immigrants and integration. On the site is published government reports, laws and regulations as well as different facts regarding immigrants in Denmark . The information is available in Danish and English.

  • The Integration Database –
    Lien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.integrationsdatabasen.dk/index.jsp?pageId=90
    This website is part of the ministry for refugees, immigrants and integration website. Here you can find literature published on immigration and integration in Denmark . Most are in Danish.

  • Statistics Denmark– Lien externe - Ouverture dans une nouvelle fenêtrehttp://www.dst.dk/
    Denmark’s statistical webpage offers statistical information on immigration in Denmark . Information is available in Danish and English.