The REGIN Final Publication presents the general EU context in which the project was conducted, an overview of the project, details on the outputs and results and concludes with a set of key policy recommendations.
The REGIN Project was created to mainstream the integration of migrants and refugees into social cohesion policies at regional level, creating a common framework to facilitate, guide and improve the performance of the regions through innovative tools.
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The REGIN Catalogue of Integration Actions offers a detailed overview of the innovative integration actions implemented in each participating region.
The REGIN Policy Brief entitled ‘Regional Governance and Policy on Migrant and Refugee Integration: the interplay between the REGIN results and EU Action Plan on Integration and Inclusion‘ presents the MIPEX-R findings to stakeholders and policy makers in an easy-to-understand fashion, linked to EU Action Plan on Integration and other EU strategies.
This handbook was conceived as a guide for regional level stakeholders and practitioners, particularly from the administrative sectors, to develop comprehensive, inclusive and efficient migrant integration policies, following the MIPEX-R approach.
The REGIN Indicators Comparative Report provides MIPEX-R results for 25 participating regions from 7 European Member States:
Following regional experts’ meetings organised to discuss the initial results of MIPEX-R and integration outcomes in each partner region, regional policy briefs were drafted and present:
This innovative set of regional indicators based on standardised questionnaires was tested in the six partner-regions of the project: Azores (PT), Campania (IT), Catalunya (ES), Murcia (ES), Puglia (IT) and Skåne (SE).
The results were gathered in a two-fold dataset: the regional migrant integration policies dataset “MIPEX-R” and the “regional outcome dataset”.
As part of the activities planned under the Integration Lab, this Common Evaluation Framework and Matrix representing a series of key questions was designed to help Regions evaluate their practices on migrant and refugee inclusion.
This document provides guidelines to help regional authorities strengthen the capacity to work together with their territorial stakeholders for the successful development and implementation of integration actions in their region.
The REGIN Training Guidelines for regional staff comprise four independent modules that add up to a total of 4 hours of training, as well as an introductory module. The goal of these guidelines is to upgrade staff competencies, knowledge, skills and attitude with the aim of addressing identified performance gaps on migrants’ integration. The topics of the different modules are the following:
For full details please consult the Training Guidelines Section on the REGIN website.
This publication produced as part of the REGIN project by Save the Children Sweden in collaboration with Partnership Skåne presents the methodology for providing a facilitating approach and supporting environment that can accompany the individual and fill voids where the public sector offerings do not match the needs of the individual.
The principle is based on a Process Leader whose role is to support, guide and give information about the new society and everything that happens on the journey of understanding a new country and a new situation.
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