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 Policy Results and Outcome Indicators for Their Achievement



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5. Policy Results and Outcome Indicators for Their Achievement
Table 1. Policy results and outcome indicators for their achievement

Policy result

Outcome indicator

2007-2011

2014

2018

Stronger feeling of belonging to Latvia among schoolchildren

Share of schoolchildren (%) in national minority programmes of comprehensive schools who feel closely or very closely linked to:

  • Latvia

  • Europe

(2010) 74
30

51


50

60



75

70



Broader involvement of people in forms of civic participation

Share of voters (%) who have participated in elections of the Saeima

63.1275

(2010)


65

68

Share of people (%) who believe they can influence the decision making process in Latvia

15.376

(2011)


18

21

Share of young people (%) involved in voluntary work activities

1277

(2009)


15

(2013)


35

Average number of NGOs per 1,000 people in Latvia

6.678

(2011)


7.8

9.0

Higher political participation of Latvian citizens living abroad

Number of voters (persons) who have voted outside Latvia79

13917

(2010)


25000

45000

Higher involvement of national minority representatives in the public sector, increase in the share of population trusting the people of other ethnic backgrounds living in Latvia

Share of people (%) employed in the public sector, including:

24.080

(2007)

25

26


Lower number of non-citizens and higher awareness level on citizenship issues across the population

Share of non-citizens (%) among the population of Latvia

14.6181

(2009)


12.1

9.8

Number of persons (persons per year) who have acquired citizenship through naturalization

233682

(2010)


5300

5500

Lower difference in employment levels between ethnic groups

Share of ethnic groups (%) among the long-term unemployed83:

  • Russians

  • Roma

(2011)

31.6


0.8

29.5


0.6

27.4


0.4

Better awareness of discrimination and tolerance issues among the population of Latvia

Number of applications received by the Ombudsman on alleged discrimination (number of applications)

9184

(2010)

200

20085


Provision of an effective system for including the Roma children in comprehensive schools

Share of the ethnic Roma (%) who believe the Roma should have at least 9 years of mandatory schooling

80

(2011)86



85

90

More shared information sources for the population of Latvia, a large part of the population of Latvia on a regular basis obtains information from Latvian public media and trusts them

Share of Latvian population (%) who are regular viewers of Latvian language based TV channels: LTV1, LTV7, LNT, TV3

41.187


44

48


Average share of audience by ethnicity (%) of news programmes broadcasted by Latvian language based TV channels: LTV1, LTV7, LNT, TV3 (%)88, including:

  • Latvians

  • Other ethnic groups

(2011)


36.7

8.3

40

10



44

15


Better knowledge of the Latvian language among other native language speakers

Share of people who have successfully passed the Latvian language test against the total number of those who have taken the test (%)

57.189

(2010)


66

75

Conditions for a comprehensive immigrant integration policy

Number of people ( individuals) involved in acquiring integration programmes, including the programmes of diverse levels for learning the official language

15090

(2010)

300

600





Number of active immigrant NGOs and NGOs representing their interests (number of NGOs)

1591

18

22

Better Latvian language skills in different age groups and educational system levels

Grade 9 results of centralised test in official language (Latvian language and literature) by levels92 (%):

  • B

  • C

  • D

(2011)


12.93

38.65


27.34










Grade 12 results of centralised test in official language (Latvian language) by levels93 (%):

  • B

  • C

  • D

(2011)


18.80

31.19


26.32







Latvian language skills of the share of respondents who are native speakers of other languages (good and average language skills) (%)

7594

78

80

Promotion of amateur art in building the cultural space and strengthening identity through maintaining the number of amateur art groups

Number of amateur art groups per 1,000 of population (number)

1.795

(2011)


1.7

1.7

Stronger affiliation to Latvia among national minorities and their participation in the cultural space

Number of amateur art groups of the national minorities participating in the Song and Dance Celebration process (number)

5296

(2008)


52

(2013)


52

(2018)


Strengthened European dimension in the Latvian cultural space through participation in European culture networks and processes

Projects supported in the EU "Culture" and "Europe for Citizens" framework (number)

2297

(2010)


20

20

Support system established for retaining Latvian identity and Latvian language learning

Number of Latvian "weekend (Sunday) schools" outside Latvia (number)

3098

(2010)


35

45




Number of children born abroad who have been granted Latvian citizenship (number)

232699

(2010)


2500

2500

Higher participation of national minorities in celebrating national holidays related to Latvian history

Share of non-Latvian respondents (%) who celebrate Proclamation Day of the Republic of Latvia

46100

(2008)


56

66


Other results of the policy implemented and outcome indicators for their achievement

Better awareness of democracy and participatory skills among young people

Increase of the share (%) of young people who acquire information about their rights, obligations, responsibilities and opportunities from educational establishments101

20

(2009)


45

(2013)


90

(2017)






Share of schoolchildren in national minority programmes (%) who believe in the importance of participation in political and social activities in defence of their interests and opinions

27102

(2010)

35

45


Promotion of broader involvement in civic participation of different forms

Emotion-based sense of belonging to Latvia depending on ethnicity103 (%):

  • Latvians

  • Russians

70.5


44.4

75

55



80

55






Share of people who during the past three years have donated clothing, furniture, food, etc. to charity organizations (%)

17104

(2011)


18

20




Share of people who during the past three years have carried out voluntary work (%)

10.2105

(2011)


13

15

Higher participation of national minority representatives in the public sector

Share of public administration staff who believes that public institutions should attract personnel from among national minorities (%)

49106

(2010)


54

60

Provision of national minorities with possibilities for maintaining their ethnic identity

Number of active cultural associations among the national minorities (number)

55107


55

55


Higher awareness level of discrimination and tolerance among the population of Latvia

Share of people who have been personally affected by discrimination (%)

15108

(2009)


14

13

Share of people who have witnessed a case of discrimination (%)

23109

(2010)


23

23

Share of people who know of their rights in a case of discrimination (%)

24110

(2009)


30

40

Share of people who admit feeling uncomfortable when living in the same neighbourhood with representatives of the Roma (%)

59111

(2008)


55

50

Share of people who believe that the Roma have little chance of being employed (%)

27112

(2007)


24

17

Provision of an effective system for inclusion of the Roma children in comprehensive schools

Share of the Roma schoolchildren who drop out of comprehensive schools because of poor financial circumstances (%)

39

(2011)113


25

20


Developed intercultural dialogue with involvement of all target groups of integration policy

Share of population having a favourable attitude to representatives of other ethnic groups (%)

51114

(2007)

59

65


More information sources shared by all people in Latvia; majority of the population regularly gets information from Latvian public media and trusts them

Share of representatives from other ethnic groups who watch the Latvian language based channels: LTV1, LTV7, LNT, TV3 (%)

13.0115

(2010)


15.0

20

Level of trust in information sources by ethnic groups living in Latvia116 (%)










  • Latvian public television:

    • Latvians

    • Russians

88

58


89

65


90

70



  • First Baltic channel:

    • Latvians

    • Russians

27.6


62

23

54


20

45



  • Other Russian channels accessible in Latvia:

    • Latvians

    • Russians

33

73


29

64


24

55



  • Public radio:

    • Latvians

    • Russians

73

49.5


80

55


88

60



Population of Latvia uses Latvian or mainly Latvian in the public domain (on the street/at work)

Share of Latvian respondents who use only Latvian or mainly Latvian language117 (%):

  • on the street

  • at work

(2008)


65

57


70

61



75

65






Share of working non-Latvian respondents who use only Russian language in the public domain (at work, among friends, in the shops, on the street) (%)

20118

(2011)

18

15


Better Latvian language skills among non-Latvian native speakers

Share of national minority representatives who have average or high level knowledge of the Latvian language (%)

72119

(2008)


75

78

Stronger affiliation to Latvia among national minorities and their participation in cultural space

Share of Russian-speaking audience among Latvian theatregoers (%)

25120

(2008)


27

30

Majority of the public has a shared understanding of the occupation of Latvia

Share of Russian speaking respondents who believe that in 1940 Latvia joined the Soviet Union on a voluntary basis (%)

54.9121

(2009)


45

25




Share of Russian speaking respondents who recognize the deportations of 1941 and 1949 as the worst events that have happened in Latvian history of the 20th century (%)

13.2122

(2010)

18

25





Share of Russian speaking respondents who have favourably evaluated the Museum of Occupation of Latvia (%)

41.5

(2010)123



50


60


People of Latvia feel more affiliated to the European history and there is a growing feeling of affiliation to the EU

Decreasing share of respondents who do not at all feel affiliated to the European Union (%)

21.9%

(2008)[2]



15

10

Increasing share of respondents who feel affiliated to the European Union (%)

20.6124

(2011)


25

30

An increasing number of national minority representatives identify identifies themselves with the democratic Republic of Latvia instated in 1918

Share of Russian-speaking respondents who are proud of the foundation of the Republic of Latvia as a democratic State (%)

13.1

(2008)125



20

40





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