Migration and Integration

César: "Le Venezuela est notre mère, l’Equateur est notre père"

Projet : Réception, développement et renforcement durable pour l’intégration sociale, productive et culturelle des personnes confrontées à la mobilité humaine avec une attention particulière accordée aux groupes les plus vulnérables de la province de Pichincha

Organisation(s) partenaire(s) : Gouvernement Autonome Décentralisé de Pichincha (ville de Quito)

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César: Venezuela es nuestra madre, Ecuador nuestro padre

Proyecto: “Acogida, desarrollo y fortalecimiento  sostenible para la inserción social, productiva y cultural  de  las  personas en  situación  de  movilidad humana,  con  especial  atención  a  las  más vulnerables, en  la Provincia de Pichincha”.

Socio Ejecutor: Gobierno Autónomo Descentralizado de la Provincia de Pichincha (ciudad de Quito).

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Gladys, entrepreneuse grace à un capital d’amorçage

Projet : Réception, développement et renforcement durable pour l’intégration sociale, productive et culturelle des personnes confrontées à la mobilité humaine avec une attention particulière accordée aux groupes les plus vulnérables de la province de Pichincha

Partenaire principal : Gouvernement Autonome Décentralisé de Pichincha (ville de Quito)

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Refugees Work: A Humanitarian Investment that Yields Economic Dividends

This report by the TENT Foundation focuses on the economic impact of refugees on their host societies. As the author Philippe Legrain, a former economic adviser to the president of the European commission, highlights as the key finding, "investing one euro in welcoming refugees can yield nearly two euros in economic benefits within five years".

Download the full report here.

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Document language

English

Document type

Focus area

Migration and Integration
Migration and Local Economic Development

Thematic area

IDPs, refugees and resettlement

Date published

2016

Number of pages

77 pages

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MADE webinar: Telling a different story of migration

Dates

Thu, 06/09/2016

Type of event

Webcast

Lead organisation

City

On June 9th, 2016, the Europe Chapter of the Migration and Development Civil Society (MADE) network will host a Webinar on the important role of civil society and other non-State actors (including NGOs, diaspora and migrant-led organisations, academics, media etc.) as well as non-traditional actors such as local governments in changing the current narrative on migrants and migration and in “lifting the images of migrants and diaspora as bearers of culture, diversity and development”.

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Building a Resettlement Network of European Cities and Regions

The International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) has published 'Building a resettlement network of European cities and regions - experiences of the SHARE network 2012-2015', marking the culmination of four years of SHARE network learning. The report presents the results of these four years of work and gives a summary of policy reflections, tools, resources and reflects produced by the SHARE network to support and offer guidance to regional and local actors implementing reception programmes in Europe.

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Document type

Document language

English

Focus area

Migration and Integration
Migration and Local Governance

Thematic area

Local Authorities

Related Area

Related countries

European Union Member States

Date published

2016

Number of pages

51 pages

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