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The UPSTREAM project examines the rationale and impact of the mainstreaming of integration governance.

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Looking forward to the mid-term meeting of the UPSTREAM project, on the mainstreaming of integration governance in Europe. The meeting will be  hosted by COMPAS in Oxford, 5-6 February 2015.

During the meeting, the project team will discuss the first project findings concerning the conceptualization of mainstreaming and the politics of mainstreaming; what does mainstreaming mean, and how and why do some governments mainstream their integration approaches whereas others don’t. Furthermore, during the meeting the first steps will be taken toward the analysis of the impacts of mainstreaming on integration outcomes.

The UPSTREAM project is due to be completed in June 2015. The project is co-funded by the European Integration Fund, and involves a consortium of 6 partners from various parts of Europe: Erasmus University Rotterdam, MPI-Europe, COMPAS Oxford, Complutense University Madrid, INED Paris and the Center for Migration Research in Warsaw. Transnational reports, country reports, and policy briefs of the project are featured on this website. A book publication based on the project is due in early 2016.

For more information, see: www.project-upstream.eu