Publikationen des Projekts: Mentoring of Refugees (MORE): Eine Interventionsstudie zur Integration Geflüchteter durch ein zivilgesellschaftliches Mentoringprogramm

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DIW Wochenbericht 49 / 2020

Mentorenprogramme fördern die Integration von Geflüchteten

In den Jahren 2014 bis 2016 suchten über eine Millionen Menschen Zuflucht in Deutschland. Viele BürgerInnen engagierten sich in dieser Zeit auf unterschiedliche Weise, um Geflüchtete zu unterstützen. Insbesondere gewannen Mentorenprogramme an Bedeutung. Wie dieser Bericht zeigt, wirkt sich die Teilnahme an einem Mentorenprogramm positiv auf Geflüchtete aus: Sie verbessern ihre Sprachkenntnisse und ...

2020| Magdalena Krieger, Philipp Jaschke, Martin Kroh, Nicolas Legewie, Lea-Maria Löbel
DIW Weekly Report 49 / 2020

Mentoring Programs Support the Integration of Refugees

Over a million people sought asylum in Germany between 2014 and 2016. During this time, many Germans began volunteering in various ways to help refugees and mentorship pro- grams in particular gained significance. As this report shows, participating in a mentorship program has a positive impact on refugees: They improve their language skills and become more socially active. Mentors experience the relationship ...

2020| Magdalena Krieger, Philipp Jaschke, Martin Kroh, Nicolas Legewie, Lea-Maria Löbel
Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Aufsätze 2018

Report on MORE — Mentoring of Refugees

2018| Nicolas Legewie, Lea-Maria Löbel, Magdalena Krieger
Weitere Aufsätze

Bringing Together Community Organizations and Social Science Research: The “Mentoring of Refugees” Project

The Project “Mentoring of Refugees” (MORE) implements a randomized controlled trial (RCT) into an existing survey on refugees in Germany. The treatment is the participation in a mentoring relationship with a local resident, which is organized by a non-profit organization. The project aims at analyzing whether mentoring programs between refugees and local residents impact refugees’ integration trajectories. ...

In: Canadian Diversity 17 (2020), 2, S. 82-88 | Jannes Jacobsen, Philipp Jaschke, Magdalena Krieger, Martin Kroh, Nicolas Legewie, Lea-Maria Löbel
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Integrating Randomized Controlled Field Trials into (Existing) Panel Surveys: The "Mentoring of Refugees" Study

Randomized controlled trials (RCT) are the gold standard in research design for studying causal relationships. In migration studies, they can, for instance, help studying the effects of government and non-government programs on migrant integration. However, RCTs are challenging and cost-intensive to conduct. In this brief, we outline a research design that integrates RCTs into existing panel surveys ...

Rotterdam: IMISCOE, 2019, 9 S.
(Briefs on Methodological, Ethical and Epistemological Issues ; 7)
| Nicolas Legewie, Philipp Jaschke, Magdalena Krieger, Martin Kroh, Lea-Maria Löbel, Diana Schacht
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