The peer-exchange visits are a fundamental part of the project ADMin4LL. These are organized between beneficiary municipalities across all project countries, with a view to enhancing mutual learning and ensuring the identification of recommendations for the improvement of service provision, while contributing to the creation of a EU network of cities committed to integration.
Peer review teams consist of municipal representatives and various local service providers, including civil society organizations working with the municipal governments, to ensure a wide range of relevant perspectives and hands-on experience.
During Phase II of ADMin4ALL (2018-2020), with the exception of the visit of Krakow and Malaga to Naples on 18-19 February 2020, such exchanges are organized online to abide by the protective measures and the traveling restrictions imposed in Europe to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The peer-to-peer exchanges are scheduled as follows:
Partner municipalities and authorities may also use the new ADMin4ALL online Community to exchange information, share good practices, and easily communicate with each other. The Community was created to enhance mutual learning on challenges and opportunities of migrant social inclusion.
During Phase I (2016-2018), the peer-exchange visits were organized at national level and took place in-person in: