Maahanmuutto, turvallisuus ja ennakointi sisältö englanti
Immigration, Security, Foresight
The project involves drawing up a report for the Prime Minister’s Office with the aim of increasing cross-scientific know-how and exchange of information across Government departments in matters involving immigration and security. The project will provide the Government with a clearer picture of the current situation and insights into trends relating to immigrants’ perceptions of security and current immigration-related security phenomena. The primary objective of the project is to improve the Government’s foresight capacity and preventive work by the authorities. Other aims include promoting networking between different sectors, and establishing strategic partnerships. The project also supports the development of Finland’s immigrant integration scheme, and the monitoring of the effectiveness of integration measures.
Timescale: January 2015 – December 2015
Partners: The project is a joint venture of the Police University College, the National Institute for Health and Welfare, and Statistics Finland. Partners include the Ministry of Employment and the Economy, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, and the Ministry of Education and Culture.
Funding: The project is funded by the Prime Minister’s Office’s survey and research appropriations for supporting the Government’s decision-making process. The total budget is EUR 200 000, of which the Police University College’s share is approximately EUR 167 000.
Contact persons at the Police University College: Researcher Pirjo Jukarainen. Email addresses: [email protected]