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Mediterranean Network for the Integration of Migrants

Χωρίς τίτλοThe scope of the project is the creation, activation and support of a cooperation network between public agencies, academic and research institutions and civil society organisations among Mediterranean EU member states, namely: Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus and Malta.

The aims of the project are:

  • Registering innovative policies implemented in Mediterranean member states.
  • The Evaluation of cooperation forms among the stakeholders activated in the field of integration of third country nationals.
  • The Diffusion of best practices of involved stakeholders for the effective management of the migratory phenomenon.
  • The Implementation of a best practice through the collaboration of participating institutions in the project in one of the aforementioned fields of migrant integration in the receiving society.

The Expected Achievements are:

  • The setting up of a network at the level of the Mediterranean member states in order to facilitate communication between public institutions, civil society organisations and stakeholder that are designing and implementing migration policies.
  • The possibility of transferring innovative policies, best practices and cooperation forms, comprehending – at the same time – the reasons for their success and/or the difficulties for obtaining the appropriate policies and practices for migrant integration.
  • The exploitation of the available and implemented policy tools and the enhancement of cooperation forms between the concerned stakeholders in view of improving migrants’ integration in Greece

 Website: www.mnimi.eu

Duration: 22 May – 30 June 2014

Partnership Scheme: Harokopio University (coordinator), EKKE, ELIAMEP, DIOTIMA, ASANTE, ADEP and INTRAWAY

 
 
 
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