This document summarises the approach taken to establish a systematic classification system for the SPRING project and presents the first consolidated version of this classification system1. The document uses the term “SPRING taxonomy” interchangeably with “systematic classification system for the SPRING project”.
This deliverable presents the SPRING key visuals and project logo representing the project’s intentions, vision, and identity that will ensure project recognition to the addressed targets and the wider audience. It also outlines the creative and consultation process that led to the conception and validation of the communication tools.
This deliverable provides an overview of existing CoPs as well as new actors in the integration arena. The mapping will be updated throughout the project.
Responsible: ICMPD, ICMC-Europe
This document summarises the strategy and actions taken to establish the first footprint of the SPRING project online-platform. The platform represents the communication and engagement hub for the entire SPRING project.
Contributors: YM, ISMU
This deliverable contains a validation grid with a set of criteria for sustainable and successful practices. The aim of this grid is to provide an evaluation tool to examine different aspects of migrant integration practices and assess their quality.
This report addresses the findings of phase 1 of the Co-Design (CD) sessions in the “Barriers to integration” series. The CD trajectory is built in such way that the efforts go from diverging to converging, first brainstorming factors that constrict integration efforts (problems) and secondly creating a shared problem statement through discussion with various practitioners.
This document summarises the steps undertaken to develop SPRING project online-platform. The platform represents the communication and engagement hub for the entire SPRING project.
This deliverable report presents the fifth deliverable of the WP2. We aimed to produce a report that presents the infographics and shares the generalizable findings from the reviews.
We gathered collections of EU-wide integration practices that are deemed ‘good’ practices by integration practitioners, stakeholders, and policymakers, creating a pool of good practice collections to be disseminated via the SPRING online platform.
The goal of this deliverable was to create four high-quality videos (D5.6) of up to ten minutes each that would present SprINg’s key findings, including not only a holistic overview of the project but also into specifics such as insights into the factors that help to upscale and transfer sustainable practices.
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