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The aim of the LoReMiproject is to map and to strengthen local strategies to address the exclusion from essential services of migrants with precarious residential status. It will explore the challenges migrants face, including barriers to access services such as healthcare and shelter, and the particular issuesfaced by women. Within contrasting legal frameworks, case studies in Cardiff, Frankfurt and Vienna, in partnership with city councils, will explore differing municipal approaches and their rationales, including collaboration between public services and civil society. Knowledge exchange with other European cities will inform and enhance future practice.
The final report of the LoReMi project examines research findings and analysis on service access for migrants with precarious status. It explores how local authorities in Cardiff, Frankfurt, and Vienna approach these migrants, discussing challenges and suggesting potential solutions.
The research emphasizes the significance of collaborative efforts among city actors to create an inclusive urban vision for migrants with precarious status. It highlights the potential for cities to share knowledge and for local authorities and partners to collaborate in empowering migrants to achieve their visions.
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Duration: May 2021 – October 2022
Contact: Dr Sarah Spencer (coordinator), University of Oxford, Professor Dr. Simon Güntner, Technische Universität Wien, Professor Dr. Ilker Ataç, Hochschule Fulda, Germany
E-mail: Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Budget: 226,850 Euros
Partners: University of Oxford – Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, Technische Universität Wien – Raumplanung, Hochschule Fulda University of Applied Sciences