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Debate in the Euro-Arab on the challenges migrants face in accessing public services

On 2, 3 and 4 April, the first focus groups within the framework of the European MI-ICT project took place at the Euro-Arab Foundation. The event was attended by migrants, researchers, civil servants and NGOs from the sector in order to identify and understand the challenges of immigrant integration. The MI-ICT project aims to facilitate the integration of migrants and refugees through the development of tools based on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
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Experts debate at the Euro-Arab Foundation on judicial coordination and cooperation in Europe

The Euro-Arab Foundation brings together a large group of researchers, prosecutors and front-line professionals from the European police and judicial field, within the framework of SAT-LAW, a research project which deals with judicial coordination and cooperation for criminal investigations in the European Union. The SAT-LAW project is developed by a consortium involving the Euro-Arab Foundation and the University of Granada together with institutions and research centres from 8 European countries.

RETOPEA: Religious Toleration and Peace

The aim of this European Commission project is to investigate how experiences with historical peace treaties in Europe and around the world foster tolerance and understanding of religious diversity, especially among adolescents.

SYMPOSIUM MIICT.ICT / Enabled Public Services for Migration

The symposium has been developed in the Sheffield Institute of Education on november 13th. Its aim is to explore a diverse set of themes connected to the overall objetives of the MIICT project. This is reflected by our speakers who cover issues related to migrant integration from a number of disciplinary perspectives.
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SYMPOSIUM MIICT.ICT / Enabled Public Services for Migration

The symposium has been developed in the Sheffield Institute of Education on november 13th. Its aim is to explore a diverse set of themes connected to the overall objetives of the MIICT project. This is reflected by our speakers who cover issues related to migrant integration from a number of disciplinary perspectives.