TransMedia Catalonia and TraDiLex are pleased to inform you that they will participate in Catalonia Science Week with the webinar “Political and Educational Spaces For All”, which will be held online on the 13th of November 2023, 17:00 to 18:00 CET. We invite you to register here to participate in this event and discover the […]
Sign up here if you would like to receive updates and event invitations from the MILE project. How can we make political participation more inclusive and accessible to everyone? MILE partners UNITEE, New Women Connectors, and INTEGRIM Lab held an event on 27 September 2023, in collaboration with the European Parliament, to explore this question with […]
INTEGRIM Lab presents the MILE project at the European Sociological Association mid-term Conference in Lisbon
MILE project partner INTEGRIM Lab recently presented at the mid-term conference of the European Sociological Association RN27 (Southern European societies) that took place at Lisbon’s Lusofona University and Nova University. The theme of this conference focused on “Territories, Communities and Sustainability” in Southern Europe. INTEGRIM Lab’s co-director Amandine Desille presented research from the MILE project, […]
INTEGRIM Lab at the SISP Conference – Is there a way to bridge the gap between research, policy-making, and practice?
Reflections on Integrim’s participation in SISP’s Annual Conference MILE project partner INTEGRIM Lab recently participated in the 36th annual conference of the Italian Political Science Association – SISP, Società Italiana di Scienza Politica. Beatrice Tommasi presented the results of the MILE policy brief “Leveraging EU resources to promote migrants’ political inclusion: How to build sustainable, […]
The MILE project (Migrant Integration through Locally designed Experiences) is inviting you to its final event taking place in Brussels on 23-24 November 2023! The event not only presents the end of a two-year journey for our project. It will also provide a moment to reflect on migration experiences and share our experiences with promoting […]
Can and should migrants be active citizens? And what can policy makers do to promote greater inclusion of migrants in decision making? Can and should migrants be active citizens? And what can policy makes do to promote greater inclusion of migrants in decision making? International migration is a hotly debated topic within national and global […]
Bridging the democracy gap: How can we make political participation more inclusive and accessible to all?
The MILE project, an EU-funded initiative promoting the political participation and local inclusion of migrants and refugees, in collaboration with the European Parliament, is inviting civil society actors, policymakers and communicators to an event exploring how collaboration and community engagement can help make civic engagement and political participation more inclusive and accessible to all. Through […]
Join us for another MILE online event on Thursday 29 June from 12:00-13:00, bringing together different perspectives on fostering diversity and the inclusion of migrants and refugees in political decision-making through consultative bodies, migrant councils and other democracy initiatives. Click here to register and receive a reminder We will hear from those directly involved in MILE’s local […]
In March, MILE concluded its training programme on inclusive participation with a final training session for migrants and refugees in Ripollet, Spain, on 6 March 2023. As for the previous sessions, the training was designed and implemented by New Women Connectors and in the case of the training in Ripollet, led by the Barcelona-based MILE […]
On 7 February 2023, MILE partners met in Riga, Latvia, for the project’s second annual consortium meeting. Hosted by the municipality of Riga, the meeting provided an opportunity for project partners to meet in person to take stock of MILE’s results and activities during the first year of implementation and to plan upcoming publications, events […]