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🌍 696 interviews, 10 Countries, 49 small and medium-sized towns and rural areas. Based on this data, Whole-COMM’s new comparative working paper focuses on integration policies targeting post-2014 migrants and on the interactions between local governments, non-public actors and higher levels of government.📝 How is migrant integration managed in small European localities? Which actors develop integration policies and broader initiatives for migrant integration in these localities? How much and how do local governments cooperate with other actors?In this paper, you will also read about the factors that drive local integration policymaking in small localities, dynamics of conflict and cooperation between local governmental and nongovernmental stakeholders, the impact of the pandemic on governance processes and about the isolation of these localities from the European Union and national governments. Read the paper here 👇🔎 Do you want to keep up to date with Whole-COMM activities? You can subscribe to the newsletter here: Collegio Carlo Alberto Fieri Torino Universität für Weiterbildung Krems Brussels School of International Studies VUB - Vrije Universiteit Brussel TU Chemnitz Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Migration Policy Centre Cidob Barcelona Uniwersytet Wrocławski Erasmus University Rotterdam Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM) Malmö University Sabanci University University of York ... See MoreSee Less
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On good practices and transferability, @sinemyilmz & Alexander Wolffhardt, @migpolgroup present the Practitioner toolkit with 12 questions everyone interested in adapting an integration model practice should ask


💥We are hosting in Brussels the kick off of #SprINg final conference, where we will share the main takeaways of this Horizon 2020 project on sustainable practices of #integration
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