MILE research teams produced five reports exploring the evolution and impact of inclusion policies in four municipalities (Birmingham, Ioannina, Riga, and Ripollet) as well as at the EU level. The analyses are guided by existing evaluation frameworks, such as the Integrating Cities Toolkit.
For these reports, the researchers worked together with the members of the four municipalities participating in the MILE project as well as partnering migrant communities and organisations working with migrants in the countries and EU stakeholders to collect evidence of their experiences and the current local contexts.
Together with migrant organisations and municipalities, MILE research teams produced five policy briefs that draw from local experiences and latest research on the topic of migrant inclusion and inclusive participation.
Intended as roadmaps to guide and support policy makers, NGOs, collectives, integration experts, practioners and researchers, these briefs target all those interested in advancing diversity and migrant inclusion in decision making, whether at the local, national or European level.