01/12/2014 – 31/05/2016
“Migrations, Integration and Co-Development in Europe” encourages an intercultural dialogue between civil society organizations and citizens from different countries and living communities in Europe to express their views about EU policies related to migration and asylum and more broadly, about the key priorities and strategic actions needed to face common and current challenges. Through a bottom up approach the project involves citizens and members from civil society organisations, local authorities, educational, cultural or research institutions, town-twinning committees and networks that are active in the migration and asylum field.
Italy, Cyprus, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria.
To engage intercultural dialogue and civic participation of citizens at Union level in the development of common European policies in the areas of asylum and migration.
– To foster a lively and cross-border debate about EU policies related to migration and asylum among civil society organizations and citizens in Europe.
– Enhanced awareness,democratic engagement and debateon EU policies related to migration and asylum among civil society organizations and citizens from different countries and local communities in Europe.
– Analysis ofindividual opinions of European citizens about the perception of the refugee crisis through the on-line survey.
– Developed recommendations on a common European policy in the areas of asylum and migration through the involvement of experts from civil society organizations, NGOs and local authorities from the participating countries.
– Increased cooperation and networking between civil society organizations and citizens that are active in the migrations, asylum and inclusion at EU level.
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