Integration monitor is a daily Latvian press digest on ethnic minority and society integration issues. The Monitor reviews the biggest Latvian dailies: Diena, Latvijas Avize, Neatkariga (in Latvian language), Vesti Segodnya (in Russian language). In specific cases other information sources are used. Latvian Centre for Human Rights is not responsible for information published by the media.
- Chas: collection of signatures for support of granting Russian language status of a state language is the break of the year
Chas names the most important events in Latvian politics during the 2011. As the break of the year the newspapers names the collection of signatures for support of the Constitutional amendments granting Russian language status of a state language in Latvia. Almost 200,000 citizens supported such initiative. As the mistake of the year the newspaper names non-inclusion of the Concord Centre in the governing coalition. The National Identity, Civil Society and Integration Policy Guidelines for 2012-2018 elaborated by the Ministry of Culture Chas names the document of the year.