About The Integration Centre
The Integration Centre is a non-profit organisation focused on immigrant integration on a nation-wide basis in Ireland.
Social Inclusion and societal harmony which results in the cultural, social and economic progression of Ireland is a central goal of the organisation.
With five regional offices throughout Ireland, The Integration Centre works alongside local authorities and the community to facilitate integration in reaction to local realities. Local integration plans have now been drawn up in the majority of local authority areas with The Integration as a key driver in the majority.
Research plays an integral role in impacting upon policy change which promotes immigrant integration. TIC produces a number of reports and publications which target government departments and agencies such as:
- The Annual Monitoring Report on Integration provides a national snapshot of the current state of integration in Ireland.
- The Roadmap to Integration states the central blockages to integration in Ireland and proffers solutions to them.
Through a variety of advocacy tools The Integration Centre helps to forge Ireland’s path towards integration and social inclusion.
That Ireland is an inclusive society where immigrants and their families are fully and equally involved.
To promote the integration and inclusion of immigrants by providing a credible voice and trusted resource that shapes a national vision of policy good practice and its implementation.