Building municipal capacities

ADMin4ALL aims to increase the capacity of local administrations to deal with the multiple dimensions of migrant integration at the local level. This is done through a series of training activities on intercultural competences, M&E and ad-hoc topics responding to specific needs. 

Enhancing local coordination

ADMin4ALL also supports coordination within and among institutions dealing with migrant inclusion at the local level, as well as with non-state actors. To this end, pilot coordination initiatives are implemented locally to foster coordinated approaches to integration.

Sharing good practices

Beneficiary authorities are also involved in research activities and international exchanges, to identify and share good practices. In particular, peer-exchange visits are organized among project cities, to foster dialogue and cooperation on integration across Europe.

Building the capacity of municipalities for the socio-economic inclusion of vulnerable migrants in europe

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Social Innovation for Migrant Integration

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European Cities on the Front Line

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NAPLES Peer-Exchange Visit

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This project is funded with the support of the Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion of the European Commission