The documentary collectively curated by the Mujeres errantes group, including INTEGRIM Fellow Kitti Baracsi, is the record of a co-creation process about practices that create a better world every day, as well as an insight into the ‘errant’ experience.
Three school communities: three ways of building resistance and learning democracy under pressure. The article tells the story of initiatives in Hungary, Italy and Spain. Examining democratic practices on the ground and the conflicts that arise gives us insights into what is at stake in state schools, especially in neighbourhoods affected by the different forms of migration and mobility.
The INTEGRIM programme has made an innovative contribution to academic knowledge on the concept of integration as a key factor for the future cohesion of European societies through a vast academic production with more than 40 scientific articles (25 peer reviewed, 14 of them indexed and 5 ISIs), two collective publications (WP1: “The Age of […]
INTEGRIM´s contribution to understanding migration and integration management has been published in CORDIS. The article, written in collaboration with Prof. Eduardo Ruiz Vieytez, scientist in charge of the INTEGRIM project, acknowledges the work developed by the ESRs recruited within the INTEGRIM project and how it has enhanced Europe’s academic research capacity. Full article is available here: New […]
The second Annual Conference of the INTEGRIM Network took place on December 9-12, 2014 in Budapest, Hungary. The host and overall organizer of the series events within the Annual Conference was the Center for Policy Studies, Central European University, Beneficiary 7 of the INTEGRIM project consortium. In the framework of the Annual Conference, a workshop […]
Work Package 3: Social and Labour Market Integration Sussex Centre for Migration Research-SCMR (University of Sussex) October 2nd 2013 The workshop to launch Work Package 3 took place at the University of Sussex on October 3rd 2013, from 10.00 to 17.00, followed by an evening social event. It was well attended by a total of […]