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The Web Site is designed to act as an EU-wide platform for networking on integration, through exchange about policies and practices. In particular, integration.eu is:

  • a documentation facility;
  • an on-line data collection tool for good practices; and
  • a platform for the direct exchange of information between stakeholders.

Governmental and non-governmental stakeholders working on integration issues at European, national, regional and local levels are at the centre of the Web Site. They create and share knowledge in the form of documents or good practices. They take an active role in posting news items and events. They use the Web Site both as a reference tool to learn from others and as a practical instrument to communicate information they have.

It is therefore vital that you, as a stakeholder working for the integration of third-country nationals, contribute your knowledge to the wider integration community by making your work available on the Web Site.

 

How to contribute? A step-by-step guide

  1. Register to the Web Site or log on (top right corner). Only registered users who are logged on to the Web Site are able to submit contributions to the EWSI.
  2. Important notice: by submitting your contribution to the European Web Site on Integration, you:
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    • provide the European Commission and the Portal Administrator with a free of charge non-exclusive license, for the duration of your own copyright, to publish and distribute this information through the Internet via the EWSI for free, and to mention you as the contributor.
  3. Make sure that your contribution fits with the EWSI’s editorial policy and with the eligibility and selection criteria related to the type of content you wish to provide.
  4. After submitting your contribution, the Portal Administrator will index it according to the EWSI taxonomy. If your contribution needs to be modified to be in line with the above-mentioned policy, the Portal Administrator will contact you. Within 3 working days, you will receive a notification regarding your contribution.

What can you contribute?

  1. Documents can be any of the following types of documents:
    • Academic paper/ research
    • Impact assessments and evaluation
    • Legislation
    • Policy measure
    • Policy paper
    • Project or programme description
    • Report
    • Statistics
    • Videos
  2. Documents can be submitted in any official language of the EU (when available in more than one language, please provide it in all language versions), and in .pdf or .doc format. You are invited to provide a short summary of the document in English, German or French.

  3. Stories of practices on integration must be submitted in English by using the dedicated template. Please note that all fields of the template must be completed.
  4. Project Partner requests, News, Links and Events can be submitted in any official EU language, but a title and a summary paragraph in English must accompany your submission.
 
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1
Anti Racism Creative
Competition for
schools and youth
services

Anti Racism Creative
Competition for
schools and youth
services, Deadline
Feb-2013 'Teachers/
Youth[more]
Free training and
work experience for
job seekers in
healthcare and food
industries

This is a free
training and work
experience
initiative, 'Journey
to Employment', which
seeks to retr[more]
100 Latinos Madrid.
100 stories of merit.

The recent phenomenon
of immigration facing
Spain for just over a
decade, has served as
a platform t[more]
Welcome to register
to e-learning c
ourses

Third-country
nationals who hold a
study permit,
temporary or
permanent residence
in Lithuania are i[more]
2 3 4 5
6 7 8
Slovakia: Free Slovak
Language Courses for
Foreigners

Migration Information
Centre of the
International
Organization for
Migration (MIC)
offers Slovak lan[more]
9
Greece: Migration in
the margins of E
urope

The Netherlands
Institute at Athens
 and the
Institute for
Migration &
Ethnic St
udies [more]
How young people can
be more included in
society, 26 Jan - 9
Feb

The National Youth
Council of Ireland,
in partnership with
the Department of
Children and Youth A[more]
Aus-gebildet? -
Aus-geblendet?

  Quer durch
Europa gibt es eine
wachsende Anzahl von
Jugendlichen, die
weder eine
weiterf&uum[more]
10
Pastoraltagung 2013:
Migration und
Integration:
Pastorale
Herausforderungen und
Chancen

  Die Tagung
will für
Integrations-Realit&aum
l;ten und deren
Zusammenhänge
sensibili[more]
6th Forum for
Citizenship in the
municipality of
Seixal

The event sponsored
by the municipality
of Seixal
(metropolitan area of
Lisbon) is dedicated
to immi[more]
Round table on the
new law on Czech
citizenship

The Czech Parliament
is currently
discussing a new law
on Czech
citizenship. The new
law will consi[more]
11 12
13 14
Europe on the Move -
Freedom of Movement
within the EU. State
of Play,
Opportunities and
Challenges

The 21st century is
about to witness
unprecedented
transnational
mobility of labour as
well as immig[more]
15
Introduction to
Theories of Race and
Ethnicity

Department of
Sociology in TCD will
be holding a ten week
evening course
exploring theories of rac[more]
16 17
Greece: Two-day
Conference on
Migration Policy:
'The hesitant pace of
migration policy in
the Greece of c
risis'

'The hesitant pace of
migration policy in
the Greece of crisis'
is the topic of a
two-day conf
erence[more]
UK: Great minds:
migrants and m
edicine

What have migrants
ever done for us? In
their new Great Minds
series, the Migration
Museum Project a[more]
18
Austria:
Informationsbörse
Arbeit – Bildung –
Migration

Schon zum
fünften Mal
findet im Wissensturm
der Stadt Linz am 18.
Jänner 2013 die
Informat[more]
19
The Roma: life and
work experi
ences

The International
conference 'I Rom:
esperienze di vita e
di lavoro' (The Roma:
life and work ex
peri[more]
20
20 Jahre SOS
Mitmensch

Unter dem Motto
'Angst blendet.
Zivilcourage macht
stark' feiert SOS
Mitmensch am 20.
Jänner mi[more]
21
Symposium for PhD
candidates and young
researchers

The Hellenic
Foundation for
European &
Foreign Policy
(ELIAMEP) and the
Department of
European a[more]
22
Austria: 'Lehre:
Misere oder
Karriere?'

Was ist notwendig, um
dem
(Nachwuchs-)Fachkrä
;ftemangel
entgegenzuwirken?
Welchen Beitrag kann d[more]
23
Migration to the
Centre International
Conference Beyond
Borders: Migration
and (In)Equality in
Central Europe in
Comparison

The conference will
contribute to the
broad range of issues
that emerged
throughout the
project rela[more]
Baustelle
Mehrsprachigkeit

In dieser
zweitägigen
Kooperationsveranstaltu
ng von AK Wien, dem
Netzwerk
Sprachenrechte, der U[more]
Public debate:
Immigrants, labour
and liberal democracy
today

The organizers - the
Initiative ProAlt and
the Municipal Library
of Prague - focused
this public deb[more]
24
Germany: The Spacial
Impact of
International
Migration

The goal of this
conference is a broad
exchange of
information,
knowledge and ideas
for those intere[more]
Zwischen Tradition
und Assimilation,
Familienstrukturen in
türkischstämmigen
Migrantenfamilien

  Vor 50 Jahren
waren sie die
GastarbeiterInnen.
Heute haben sie
Kinder und
Enkelkinder bzw. s[more]
25
Training workshops
APORTA 2013

In order to
facilitate the
integration,
retention and
promotion of women at
risk of exclusion and pr[more]
Public debate:
Migrants and their
rights

The public debate,
organized by the
Consortium of
Migrants Assisting
Organizations in the
Czech Repu[more]
26
Ireland: African
Community Forum

Organised by the
Africa Centre and
other African Groups,
participation is
open to NGO’s
worki[more]
27 28 29
Workshop on engaging
with young Refugees
and Asylum Seek
ers

Workshop on engaging
with young Refugees
and Asylum Seekers
Dublin Rape Crisis
Centre is hosting a [more]
Austria: Diversity
training for press
officers

FRA will hold a
training workshop for
Austrian Ministry of
the Interior press
officers from 29-30 Ja[more]
LU : Which voting
right for foreigners
?

The Chamber of
Commerce has
organised this high
level conference on
voting rights,
considered [more]
30
Levelling the Playing
Field: Building
Equality and
Inclusion with Sp
ort

Join Cities of
Migration for a 60
minute webinar to
learn how two
youth-focused
programs in Gr
eenwic[more]
Austria: Tagung:
Vielfalt und
Integration im Raum

Seit nunmehr
über einem Jahr
arbeiten
unterschiedliche
Akteure und
Akteurinnen der
Integration[more]
UK: Launch and
discussion of refugee
research

Over the past three
years Scottish
Refugee Council has
been conducting
research into refugee
integra[more]
Italy: Foreign
children and youth at
school: coming to
grips with
integration qu
ality.

Foreign children and
youth at school:
coming to grips with
integration quality.
In-depth and ex
chang[more]
UK: The Runnymede
Race Debate: Do
racists have a right
to be heard?

London’s
Olympic summer
projected an image of
a nation at ease with
itself, united in
diversit[more]
31
UK: TAKING PART:
Muslim Participation
in Governance -
Report Launch Event

Academic Workshop
followed by Report
Launch Event. This
Workshop will bring
together academic
cont[more]
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