CEMR Launches IncluCities to Facilitate City-to-City Collaboration for Better Migration Policies

Recognising the importance of supporting cities in dealing with migration, this newly launched project facilitates knowledge-sharing and provides guidance to local actors. Learn more about participating local governments, the project's objectives and how it's mentoring cities here!

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Migration is a subject that almost every city is confronted with nowadays. Small and medium-sized cities are often unexperienced in managing the integration and inclusion of third country-nationals or guiding initiatives to ensure social cohesion and togetherness.

To enable knowledge sharing between local governments with varying experience in this field, the Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR) has launched “IncluCities”. Funded by the Asylum Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) of the European Union (EU), the project offers support for less experienced cities based on four mentoring schemes, including education and training, access to basic services, active participation and social inclusion as well as housing.

Learn more about the project here.