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Why reinvent the wheel? Adapting existing integration good practices to new contexts FULL VIDEOAs part of the SprINg project, the Migration Policy Group — in collaboration with the project’s partners — has created a video to provide insights into the initiative and how it can benefit integration practitioners.
This video, the first of four, takes a look at integration practices across the EU and beyond. In particular, it highlights how practitioners are often forced to ‘reinvent the wheel’ — creating entirely new integration practices from scratch. It then explains how the SprINg initiative aims to change this by empowering partitioners to identify, adapt, upscale, or downscale promising existing practices to their specific contexts.
In doing so, the video also explores the qualities of ‘good’ practices, while also introducing SprINg’s tools to help practitioners with identifying and transferring practices to meet their needs.
Find out more at https://integrationpractices.eu/
Why reinvent the wheel? Adapting existing integration good practices to new contexts TRAILERThis trailer provides a short overview of the EU-funded project 'Sustainable Practices of Integration' — or SprINg for short.
As one of 4 videos, this particular video explores how practitioners can identify good practices, as well as adapt, transfer, upscale or downscale them to their specific contexts.
Learn more at https://integrationpractices.eu/
How does the EU recognize migrants’ skills?All Europa is an Migration Policy Group project in collaboration with the European Parliament which aims to reach first- and second-generation refugees and EU mobile citizens in six EU countries (France, Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain and Ireland) and to help their voices be heard. Through the medium of videos, participants can express their opinions and experiences of living within the EU.
This action was co-financed by the European Union in the frame of the European Parliament's grant programme in the field of communication. The European Parliament was not involved in its preparation and is, in no case, responsible for or bound by the information or opinions expressed in the context of this action. In accordance with applicable law, the authors are solely responsible. The European Parliament can also not be held liable for direct or indirect damage that may result from the implementation of the action.
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