Our goal is to generate theoretically informed but empirically grounded data that is able, through best practice sharing and reporting, to advise policy-makers and stakeholders on how workable solutions can be found to integrate displaced migrants and refugees. We will focus on medium sized cities in both Southern and Northern Europe and a key aspect of the project will be dedicated to investigating how the local governance of new arrivals can secure successful integration across a range of indicators.
Glimer – Governance and the local integration of migrants and Europe’s refugees
Contact: Prof. Nasar Meer
Budget: 1.384.495 EUR
Partners: University of Strathclyde, University of Calabria, Malmö University, Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies, University of Stirling