Tracing Integration Policies through Structured Dialogue
Projects / Ongoing
Period: March 2019 – September 2020
Contacts: Daniela Ilieva
Trace Integration policies through Structured Dialogue is an 18-month project aimed at young migrants and young Europeans. The project is developed to encourage the Structure Dialogue among young people and the political decision-makers through joint involvement of the parties. Through the Structured Dialogue the project consortium intends to give a voice to young people, creating a bridge between their recommendations and policy-makers. The project intends to stimulate the debate and a reflection on the causes of current migratory phenomena, studying a strategy for the social integration of young people, and developing ad hoc tools.
The project is designed to contribute to the definition of youth policies in the process of integration of migrants, towards an inclusive society, promoting tolerance and respect of human rights; to promote dialogue, mutual learning and cooperation between policy makers and young people with different cultures and backgrounds, encouraging a cross-cutting approach and comparing models in different realities, contributing to the development of new EU policies on legal migration and integration; to promote a participatory approach for young migrants and Europeans, enhancing their contribution to the creation of a better society, etc.
The project is coordinated
by TDM 2000. The project consortium consists of 10 partners all across EU: BE - Education, Equality, Sustainability(BESS)
(Austria), Centre for European Progression IVZW (Belgium), Law and Internet
Foundation (Bulgaria), TDM 2000 EESTI (Estonia), STEPEUROPE RY (Finland), TDM
2000 ITALY (Italy), KUNSILL NAZZJONALI TAZ-ZGHAZAGH (Malta), GEOCLUBE
(Portugal), ASOCIATIA INITIATIVE SI PROIECTE PENTRU TINERET IMAGO MUNDI (Romania).
The project is
implemented under the framework of the European Commissions’ Programme
Erasmus+, within Key Action 3: Support for Policy Reform.