Neighbourhood Mothers

Best practices

Neighbourhood Mothers

December 2020

Social Inclusion

Through the training of immigrant mothers, so that they can act as “neighbourhood mothers”, this action, carried out in Denmark, is successful in transmitting to women from ethnic minorities their rights and obligations in the host country.

From Refugees to Citizens

Best practices

From Refugees to Citizens

December 2020

Social Inclusion

“From refugees to citizens” is the slogan for the project of the German city of Altena to facilitate the social integration of refugees and asylum seekers. The distinctive trait of this experience is the leading role played by civil society.

Temporary and part-time employment as a percentage of the working population

Infodata

Temporary and part-time employment as a percentage of the working population

December 2020

Social Inclusion

Temporary work contracts are more common among the foreign population: in 2018, some 37.1% of the employed population of foreign origin had temporary contracts and 19.3%, part-time contracts, 13 and 6 points higher, respectively, than the population of native origin.

Success for All

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Success for All

December 2020

Social Inclusion

In the United States, a programme aims to ensure that all students acquire basic language skills, with support measures for families and teachers. Equality in education in order to be abel to opt for the same opportunities for success

Intercultural Community Intervention (ICI) project. ”la Caixa” Foundation

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Intercultural Community Intervention (ICI) project. ”la Caixa” Foundation

December 2020

Social Inclusion

The ”la Caixa” Foundation’s ICI project is an approach to the ethnocultural diversity of the local community, as well as that contributed by foreign immigration, with the goal of enhancing coexistence and social cohesion.

Understanding immigration to coexist in the future

Review

Understanding immigration to coexist in the future

December 2020

Social Inclusion
Carlos Ochando Claramunt, Director of the Master’s Degree in Economic Policies and Public Economics Department of Applied Economics, Universitat de València

Immigration causes economic, political, and cultural changes in host societies. These two works propose intelligent, innovative, and collaborative solutions to tackle the challenges of immigration.

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