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SprINg new infographics on integration practices
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Diaspora communities as actors of integration for newly arrived migrants at local level
14 December 2022
SprINg new infographics on integration practices
9 February 2023

Project “SPRING – Sustainable Practices of Integration”

SPRING is a two-year project coordinated by Fondazione ISMU 

What exactly is the SprINg project?

This video introduces the Sustainable Practices of Integration (SprINg) project. It explores what exactly the project is, why it is needed and provides an overview of what it achieves

The SprINg Community

Since December 2021, SprINg has been promoting a campaign to gather European integration actors at national, regional, and local level in order to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of their work. The members of the community shaped the project through participatory techniques for assessing needs and developing possible solutions.
They included public bodies at national, regional and local level, NGOs, think-tanks, international organizations, independent and grassroots groups, foundations and umbrella organizations, private sector actors, researchers and many more.

Evidence on integration policy practices 

The SprINg platform offers a gateway to the most relevant research on various areas of migrant integration, inclusion and participation in Europe.  

Databaseof good integration practices

The SprINg project has partnered with practitioners across the EU and beyond to compile a list of good practices and resources all in one place. 

SprINg Publications 

 The SprINg project has intensively work on useful tools to support more evidence-based policies and practices.  

The official publications include infographics, handbooks, policy briefs and analyses. 

The SPRING consortium brings together some of Europe’s most well-connected integration researchers, think-tanks and stakeholder networks with the support of global stakeholders.

Fondazione ISMU (IT) – Erasmus University Rotterdam (NL) – Danube University Krems (AT) – International Centre for Migration Policy Development (AT) – Solidar (BE) – MPI-Europe (BE) – Youngminds (RO) – ICMC-Europe  (BE) – MPG (BE) – Ottawa Universty (CAN)

In collaboration with

Eurocities (BE)