The SprINg platform is growing: join a transnational community of stakeholders working on integration policies and practices

4 January, 2022

The EU-funded Sustainable Practices of INtegration (SPRING) project has launched a campaign to involve stakeholders under the SprINg transnational stakeholder platform.

Why the need for SprINg?

Since the large-scale arrival of refugees and other migrants since 2014, a number of integration practices and programmes have been created. Yet there has been very little guidance about what makes a practice effective and sustainable. SprINg aims to bridge this gap by developing a toolbox to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of the work done by Europe’s integration stakeholders at national, regional and local levels.

Who does SprINg aim to involve?

SprINg partners are looking for individuals and organisations, active in the area of migrant integration and inclusion, with key experience and knowledge to highlight best practices that may later be featured in the SprINg Toolbox and shared with other practitioners throughout the EU.

Why sign up to the SprINg platform and be kept informed on the upcoming activities?

By signing up to the platform you will:

  • Position yourself and your organisation at the forefront of research surrounding best practice integration strategies;
  • Have input and influence into the development of policies surrounding the integration of newly arrived migrants;
  • Enhance your and/or your organisation’s (self) evaluation and innovation capacity through learning about SprINg’s evaluation grid of good practices.

What is required of stakeholders?

  1. Signing up with SprINg (1 minute)
  2. Completing 1 to 3 online forms (circa 10 minutes per form)

How can interested stakeholders join the SprINg platform?

To join the SprINg platform and be involved in the upcoming activities:

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The SprINg platform is growing: join a transnational community of stakeholders working on integration policies and practices

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The SprINg platform is growing: join a transnational community of stakeholders working on integration policies and practices

4 January, 2022
The EU-funded Sustainable Practices of INtegration (SPRING) project has launched a campaign to involve stakeholders under the SprINg transnational stakeholder platform.

read more