The international project Migration to the Centre examines how acquis communautaire and other EU instruments influence migration and integration policies and practice in the V4 region (CZ, SK, PL, HU, SL). It brings international comparisons to the situation in each country, promotes cooperation and networking between experts and stakeholders and provides space for migrants? voice. The project aims to raise awareness and build capacities for participation on the EU policies of migration and integration and their implementation. The project has been generously supported by the European Commission The "Europe for citizens" programme.
The project aims to create an active network of Central European partners focused on migration and integration, to draw attention of policy makers, experts and wider public to similarities and differences in the implementation of EU migration legislation and contribute to the cultivation of the migration debate and create conditions for inclusion of migrants to the debate.
The project will be covering following topics that are considered crucial within the migration and integration process:
Work and the residence permits
Study / training in EU
- Expert analyses
- Public debates
- Final publication
- Human Rights League (SK)
- Institute of Public Affairs(PL)
- Independent Journalism Foundation (HU)
- Peace Institute (SL)
- People in Need (CZ)
Project duration: 9/2012 - 2/2014