Integration in Hamburg. Special analysis of SVR’s 2020 Integration Barometer (January 2022 – December 2022)

The Integration Barometer is a representative public survey of people with and without a migration background in Germany. It measures the integration climate in Germany as an immigration country and captures the population’s perceptions and expectations with regard to integration and migration as well as integration and migration policy. The 2020 Integration Barometer was the first to be sponsored jointly by the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community and the 16 federal states (Laender). The Integration Barometer has been expanded into a Federal Government/Federal State Barometer, which enables analyses to be made at the federal state level too.

The Office of Employment, Health, Social Affairs, Family and Integration of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg has commissioned a special analysis on SVR’s 2020 Integration Barometer from SVR’s scientific staff. The data for Hamburg will be analysed in detail and compared with the findings for 2018. In particular, the analysis will consider indicators of social integration (frequency of contact, perceived discrimination), cultural integration (knowledge of German) and identificational integration (feeling of belonging to Germany/local community, etc.). A further focus will be on surveying and evaluating changes in the integration climate. The special analysis is due to be delivered to the City State of Hamburg in the first half of 2022.

Maximilian Müller
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