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, asking the question of whether EU funding a de facto integration policy. Amandine explored the use of EU funds in the Southern European cities of Amadora, Ioanina, and Ripollet for migrant inclusion and participation, highlighting policy convergence and limitations.
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