Center on Migration for Services, Integration and Information (MigrAlp - 2010-2011)
During recent years, the number of migrants in most European countries has increased significantly. Increased migration is not only a significant challenge for the European Union and its member states, but also for the individual regions and provinces that play an important role in planning and implementing national immigration policies.
The MigrAlp project analyzed and compared the migration phenomenon in North Tyrol (Austria) and South Tyrol (Italy), and developed guidelines for municipalities for successful integration at the local level in order to develop recommendations for better integration policies. In order to oppose and prevent xenophobia, discrimination and racism, and to highlight the advantages of cultural diversity, Migralp also developed role-playing exercises on the topics of anti-discrimination and diversity for schools and youth organizations. Thus, MigrAlp aimed at finding new ways to integrate migrants that help combat discrimination and advocate new forms of integration.
For further information on the role-play Space Migrants and downloadable resources: http://spacemigrants2513.eu/
Author: a cura di Roberta Medda-Windischer, Gerhard Hetfleisch e Maren Meyer. Con una prefazione di Rainer Bauböck
Imprint: Bolzano : Eurac Research, 2011
Autoren: Roberta Medda-Windischer, Gerhard Hetfleisch und Maren Meyer. Mit einem Vorwort von Rainer Bauböck
Imprint: Bozen : Eurac Research, 2011
MigrAlp was funded under Interreg IV Italien-Österreich/Italia-Austria