The project TandEM – Towards Empowered Migrant Youth in Southern Europe aims to build a bridge between migrant and local youth to promote dialogue, mutual understanding and cohesion in Spain, Italy, Malta, Greece, Croatia and Cyprus.
Specially Unknown is about collecting stories of refugees on their journey to and life in Europe, and exploring what they can add to cultural life, heritage and society in the European cities.
The RESPECT WORDS project developed an ethical code for reporting on migration and on ethnic and religious minorities in Europe, which is designed to complement existing codes and practices of good reporting at news outlets.
Source: https://www.respectwords.org/en/ethical-code/Discover more
The Antirumors Strategy (ARS) began in 2010, as part of the City of Barcelona’s Intercultural Plan. The plan had been developed through a public consultation process that asked people about what they felt hindered positive intercultural interactions.
Source: Council of EuropeDiscover more
Through the ‘Bella Milano’ (Beautiful Milan) initiative, asylum-seekers living in Milan reception centres volunteer together with Milanese citizens in taking care of public spaces in the city (cleaning green spaces, emptying trash bins, etc).
Source: City of MilanDiscover more
“Racism? You deserve better that than that!” [Le racisme, vous valez mieux que ça !]
This campaign, a joint initiative between the Federation of Wallonie-Bruxelles, the public broadcaster RTBF, and the group Plateforme de lutte contre le racism, highlights the dangers of racism for society and individuals alike.
Source: http://www.vousvalezmieuxqueca.be/Discover more
Reframe the debate!
This project aims to empower campaigners to more effectively engage and rebalance the public debate around migration in Germany.
Source: International Centre for Policy Advocacy, GermanyDiscover more