MILE Kick-Off Meeting in Barcelona

On 21-22 February 2022, the project partners of MILE – Migrant Integration Through Locally-Designed Experiences – came together for a hybrid event in Barcelona to officially kick off the two-year project.

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Members of the Transmedia research group at UAB together with Asociacion Kudwa and the Municipality of Ripollet - partners of the MILE project - will lead two workshops as part of the European Researchers’ Night on 30 September in Barcelona in…

On 17 and 18 May, Chiara Gunella (Transmedia Catalonia research group, MILE partner) joined the International Conference "Tailoring Research and inclusion Strategies for vulnerable migrant contexts" in Palermo to represent the MILE project. This International Conference was organised under the…

From 6 to 8 July 2022, MILE joined the “International Conference “CULTURE. TERRITORY AND DEVELOPMENT | Local approaches to global challenges” that took place in Montemor-o-Velho, a municipality of the Coimbra District. This was the third edition in a cycle…

Scroll down to find some of the views of members of migrant and refugee communities, municipalities and research teams on the topic of migration and inclusion at the local level as well as diversity in policy-making. Get in touch with…

You can download the two-page infographic as a pdf here or save the pages separately by clicking on the images below.

This article is a summary of the four focus groups that took place in May and June 2022 in the four municipalities that are partners in the MILE project. The focus groups aim to achieve a better understanding of the…

Why is it so important today to empower migrants and refugees in Europe by letting them contribute to the local communities? Sammy Mahdi: People need to have meaningful relations, they want to feel useful and to be accepted. The means…

Why is it so important for Europe today that we empower migrants and refugees by letting them contribute to their new local communities? Monique Pariat: Integration is a two-way process – local communities also have a key role to play.…

The Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME), a research partner of the MILE project, recently published a new report setting out recommendations for advancing the UK’s ethnic minority entrepreneurs. The report specifically focuses on improving access to business…