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  • Interview with Abou Tagourla

    We had the opportunity to talk to Abou Tagourla, a refugee from Mauritania who developed and manage KINGZ, a successful web portal that put  people in touch with art and culture and gives them the opportunity to discover new artist and trends.  A platform characterised by two guidelines for producing

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  • EMEN 2nd ANNUAL EVENT: Innovative financing solutions for migrant entrepreneurs? Cross your own borders!

    Join us in The Hague for the 2nd  EMEN international event! – 20 june 2019, the Hague University of Appleade Sciences An event without long speeches… instead brief, thought provoking talks, a thriving market where innovations are shown, pitches, interactive workshops, debates, and inspiring encounters. With others exploring how best

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  • Chambers of Commerce and Migrant Entrepreneurship

    Formaper is the training Agency of the Milano-Monza-Brianza-Lodi Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Craft and Agriculture and brings an in-house competence arising from the training demand of the 425.000 enterprises registered within these CCIs. The aim of the agency is to contribute to the development of an entrepreneurial culture building on specific know-how

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  • Labour-INT final conference

    On 14 December the final conference of the Labour Market Integration of Migrants (Labour-INT) project took place. Labour-INT, which was launched in the wake of the 2016 Joint Statement of the European Economic and Social Partners, promoted the inclusion of asylum-seekers and refugees in the labour market, focusing on the interest

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  • 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)[1] It was not

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