Germany is currently faced with the task of accommodating many fugitives and opening up new life perspectives for them. The individuals that have come to Germany to seek protection in recent years do not form a homogeneous group. Amongst other things, they differ according to gender, age, origin, cultural background, education, work experience, language skills, migration and flight experience, future plans, and other factors. In light of this diversity, one-fits-all measures often prove futile, resources are badly used and opportunities are wasted.

Bahn, Mareike, Anne Berkemeier, Petra Deger, Havva Engin, Adalbert Evers, Rebecca Höhr, Oksana Kovtun-Hensel, Svenja Kück, Martin Lange, Georg Mildenberger, Friedhelm Pfeiffer, Verena Schmid, Katrin Sommerfeld, Corinna Uebel, Birgit Werner and Christina West (2019), Reallabor Asylsuchende in der Rhein-Neckar-Region: Vielfalt an Problemen - Vielfalt an Lösungen, ZEW policy brief No. 19-04, Mannheim. Download

Authors

Bahn, Mareike
Berkemeier, Anne
Deger, Petra
Engin, Havva
Evers, Adalbert
Höhr, Rebecca
Kovtun-Hensel, Oksana
Kück, Svenja
Lange, Martin
Mildenberger, Georg
Pfeiffer, Friedhelm
Schmid, Verena
Sommerfeld, Katrin
Uebel, Corinna
Werner, Birgit
West, Christina