Published June 27, 2023 | Version v1
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Leveraging EU resources To Promote Migrants' Political Inclusion. How to build sustainable, multi-stakeholder and inclusive networks.

  • 1. Integrim Lab
  • 2. Creme, Aston University


This paper examines the potential of leveraging EU resources to promote political inclusion of migrants. It focuses on how to establish sustainable, multi-stakeholder, and inclusive networks for this purpose. The paper explores the ways in which EU resources can be used  to support migrants' political participation and highlights the importance of building collaborative networks involving various stakeholders. It likely discusses strategies, initiatives, and best practices for creating inclusive networks that involve migrants, policymakers, civil society organisations, and other relevant actors.

Eu Project: Migrant Integration Through Locally Designed Experiences. The MILE project is supported by the EU’s AMIF Action Grant 


Co-funded under the European Union's Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF-2020-AG-CALL-03)


MILE Policy Brief 3.pdf

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