Sustainable practices of integration

Gather, summarize and share the best available research and evidence on integration.

EU-funded two-year project aiming at making integration policies at national, regional and local levels more effective, more evidence-based, more innovative, more transferable, and more sustainable.

SPRING will summarise relevant evidence and disseminate the most practical resources in a user-friendly manner in order to match the specific profile and needs of the communities of practice.

  • Mapping and engaging with relevant stakeholders around communities of practice
  • Mobilising significant evidence that matches stakeholders’ knowledge needs
  • Identifying successful and sustainable practices for the integration of newly arrived migrants
  • Promoting an evidence culture in integration policy and building a dialogue with national and local policy makers, public sector, NGOs, businesses and grassroots initiatives 
    creating innovative tools for transferring knowledge

The communities of practice will shape the project through piloted participatory techniques for assessing needs, co-designing activities and identifying solutions and policy implications.

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The Consortium:

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In collaboration with:

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SPRING has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement 101004635. All views expressed are those of SPRING and the European Commission is not responsible for any use of the information this website contains.

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