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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 08.07.2015, 03:17

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Latvia's integration policies are ad hoc and reach small part of immigrants

Latvia's integration policies are ad hoc and reach small part of immigrants

27.06.2015

Latvia's integration policies are ad hoc and project-based through the European Union, and they reach only a small part of immigrants, the think tank Providus researcher Marta Riksa told LETA when commenting the findings of the 2015 Migrant Policy Integration Index (MIPEX), reported LETA.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Baltic, Demography, Integration, Latvia



Border Guard chief: Latvia is a popular transit country for illegal immigrants

Border Guard chief: Latvia is a popular transit country for illegal immigrants

16.06.2015

In an interview on Latvian Television this morning, State Border Guard Chief Normunds Garbars said that Latvia is a popular transit country for illegal immigrants to get to other destinations in the European Union, informs LETA.

Latvian ombudsman proposes consultative referendum to hear public opinion on refugee issue

Latvian ombudsman proposes consultative referendum to hear public opinion on refugee issue

15.06.2015

In a democratic country, it is also important to hear public opinion, like on the refugee issue, believes Ombudsman Juris Jansons, reports LETA.


At the beginning of 2015 population of Latvia decreased by 15.4 thsd people

At the beginning of 2015 population of Latvia decreased by 15.4 thsd people

27.05.2015

According to the latest data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) at the beginning of 2015, the number of population of Latvia accounted for 1 mln 986.1 thsd people, which is 15.4 thsd less than a year before. In 2014, the number of population witnessed a slower decrease (decrease of 0.77%) as compared to 2013 (1.10%).

EU comparison: Estonian women become mothers early

EU comparison: Estonian women become mothers early

15.05.2015

As compared to other European Union countries, Estonian women become mothers quite early – only in three countries is the average age for having the first child smaller, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

14.05.2015

EC recommends Lithuania to improve its healthcare system

The European Commission (EC) said in its recommendations for Lithuania that in 2015-2016 it should not only ensure fiscal sustainability but also improve the performance of its healthcare system, reports LETA/ELTA.

05.05.2015

Population decline is slowing down in Estonia in 2015

According to the revised data of Statistics Estonia, 1,313,271 persons lived in Estonia on 1 January 2015 – 2,666 persons (0.2%) fewer than at the same time a year earlier. Negative natural increase is the main cause for population decline, while the influence of emigration has decreased significantly.

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