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Interested in migrant & refugee integration on a local level? Join the REGIN project’s final event on 23-24 February


About the event 

After running for 2 years, the REGIN Project – The Regions for Migrants & Refugees Integration – will be hosting its final event (online) on the 23rd and 24th of February at 9:30 CET. 

The purpose of the event is to present the main results and recommendations of the project and explore how to further consolidate and promote the role and action of regional authorities within a multi-governance, multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral approach to integration and inclusion.  


About the REGIN Project 

The REGIN Project was created to explore to what extent EU and national policies on migrant integration require regional action for their implementation and which are the crucial regional policies devoted to migrants’ integration.  

REGIN has established a common framework for migrants’ and refugees’ integration in the regions based on indicators and evaluation tools and has developed training and capacity-building actions.   

This project, co-funded by the European Union (DG HOME) under the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF), is coordinated by the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions CPMR as leader of a consortium consisting of 10 partners, including Azores (Portugal), Campania (Italy), Catalonia (Spain), Murcia (Spain), Partnership Skåne (Sweden), Puglia (Italy), Instrategies, Migration Policy Group and CIDOB, and is implemented in 6 European regions. 


About the Migration Policy Group (MPG)

MPG is an independent think-and-do-tank based in Brussels. MPG’s purpose is rooted in its ability to inspire networks to provide evidence-based projects, research and campaigns in the areas of integration, migration and anti-discrimination.

Learn more about the Migration Policy Group.