Study on extension of IPOLIS

An important objective of the InGRID-2 project is to expand IPOLIS (Integrated Poverty and Living Conditions Indicator System) - currently pertaining to children, young people and elderly people - with data of other socially vulnerable groups. These groups are people with disabilities, as well as migrants and people with a migrant background. Further, additional vulnerable groups like the Roma and institutionalised people will be included at a later stage, following the appropriate development of the related data infrastructure.  
The first step of expanding the database was to discuss the conceptual and methodological issues related to the quality of life indicators of these groups within the framework of an expert workshop held in April 2018 in Budapest. This study, edited by our colleague András Gábos uses the results of the workshop to propose the way of the inclusion of the new vulnerable groups in IPOLIS.