Marie Curie Network

INTEGRIM is the acronym of “Integration and international migration: pathways and integration policies”, a three-year Marie Skłodowska Curie research training programme developed under the EU Seventh Framework Programme.

Between 2013 and 2016, the network involved 23 early-stage researchers at eight partner institutions, fostering their scholarly career on international migration, integration and social justice within a European context.

Following the completion of the project, INTEGRIM fellows continue to work on topics related to identity and culture, citizenship and political participation, labour and social policy, residential and professional mobilities, widening their professional horizons to different disciplinary and professional perspectives.

This website hosts their personal views, comments and updates about their individual and collective ongoing work and research related to these topics, with the multiple goals of:

Enhancing the visibility and dissemination of high-quality research to better inform migration and integration policies in the EU and neighbouring countries.

Enriching the public and political debate on migration and integration through a transnational multidisciplinary analysis on international migration, integration and social justice.  

Providing EU policymakers and practitioners with qualitative and quantitative scientific tools to inform their decision making and implementation processes.

The INTEGRIM network advocates for knowledge-driven policy-making and applied research practices. Its action has the potential to contribute to existing international frameworks such as the Sustainable Development Goals and the Global Compact on Migration.

INTEGRIM is a Marie Skłodowska Curie research training programme funded by the 7th Framework Programme under Grant Agreement n. 316796.