Migration flows and integration policies – Data, evidence and best practices in the EU to inspire sound policy responses
Migration is not an emergency but a global fact. We need to move from emergency measures to long-term policies implemented through multi-level governance mechanisms. This was the message of a recent conference in Athens, backed up by a range of good practices. Patricia Martinez Sáez, AEIDL (30/11/2018) It was notContinue reading
Integrating Cities Conference: establishing a strong policy dialogue to develop integration strategies for migrants from the local to the European level
While negotiations for new integration policies and allocation of funds happen most of the time at national and EU level, local authorities are the main actors delivering reception and integration services for migrants and refugees. An exchange of experience and discussion of the most efficient practices between cities, regional, nationalContinue reading
On the 23rd and 24th of April the first EMEN Annual Meeting took place. The event, organised in Munich by Social Impact, was very well planned and involved around 60 participants on both days. It has also been successful in the engagement of all participants and the depth of allContinue reading
Lessons from a special workshop on FinTech and Migrant Entrepreneurs, moderated by EM(E)N member ADIE, and held during the MFC-EMN Annual Conference 2018 in Bilbao on 7-8 October 2018. Various members of the EMEN project’s Community of Practice on “Access to finance for migrant entrepreneurs” are also part of EuropeanContinue reading
One year of the European Migrant Entrepreneurship Network (EMEN): supporting a more favourable ecosystem for migrant entrepreneurs.
Officially active since October 2017, EMEN was launched on 7 December 2017 during a successful public event organised by AEIDL in Brussels that saw the participation ofmore than 50 people – from EU institutions and networks, NGOs, chambers of commerce, municipalities and other EU-funded projects for migrant entrepreneurs. We heardContinue reading