Migration and Integration: The Role of Local Authorities, policies and MIPEX benchmarking
The international research centre CARDET, in collaboration with the Municipalities of Pafos, Engomi, Agios Athanasios, Derynia and Agios Dometios, the University of Nicosia and INNOVADE LTD, and the support of the Migration Policy Group, organise the International Conference, “Migration and Integration: The Role of Local Authorities, policies and MIPEX benchmarking”, in the context of the European Municipalities Network.
When: Monday, June 22, 2015, 09:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where: Floor -2, Room Μ-203, University of Nicosia
The aim of the conference is to introduce to the public dialogue on migration the hidden role of Local Authorities, their practices, successes and challenges in managing migration within the community. Moreover, during the conference the policy benchmarking tools of the Migrant Integration Policy Index 2015 (MIPEX) will be officially launched, aiming to inform the ongoing debates on policy drafting and decision making in the fields of migration and integration, at the national and European Level.
You may access the agenda here.
RSVP by registering to the conference here by 19 June 2015
The conference will be in English.
Participation in the conference is free. Participants will receive a diploma for their attendance.
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The European Municipalities Network is managed by the independent, non-governmental, non-profil center CARDET in cooperation with the University of Nicosia, INNOVATE LI LTD, Pafos Municipality and Egkomi Municipality. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of CARDET and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union and/or the Republic of Cyprus. The project "Intra-European Network of Municipalities", (Action D1, EIF, Annual Program 2013) is co-funded by the European Integration Fund for Third Country Nationals (95%) and the Republic of Cyprus (5%).