There are thousands of integration practices across the EU and around the world, but which of them can be classified as 'good practices'?
Practitioners are often forced to ‘reinvent the wheel’ — creating entirely new integration practices from scratch.
The SprINg initiative aimed to change this by empowering practitioners to identify, adapt and upscale promising existing practices to their specific contexts. We explored the qualities of ‘good’ practices, while also introducing SprINg’s tools to help practitioners with identifying and transferring practices to meet their needs.
In addition to its own directory of exemplary practices, SPRING brought together a collection of pre-existing repositories on EU-wide migrant integration practices.
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