The InCommon Toolbox project implemented an individualized guidance pathway for 468 migrant women, TCNs, and refugees for the exercise of citizenship through participation in culture of the host community. ThisContinue
The InCommon Toolbox project developed a full methodology for social integration through cultural participation. The methodology itself, its stages and resources are collected in a free toolkit available online. TheContinue
The Final Conference of the InCommon project was first scheduled on 27th March 2020 in Santander, Spain. It was planned as a face to face conference with the attendance andContinue
Spain held a National Workshop on InCommon Toolkit as part of the Final Conference. The session was intended as a exposition of Toolkit components and implementation of the InCommon methodology.Continue
As many project meetings and events, the restrictions for the prevention of COVID-19 spread has lead to not being able to hold and attend a Final face to face InCommonContinue
InCommon is a project funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) of the European Commission for the integration of refugees and migrants, with the participation of partners fromContinue
What is the role of culture as integration driver? This interview between Sabrina Schifrer and Raj Sethia, coordinators of InCommon project in Austria, sheds light on the InCommon approach. (EnglishContinue
The InCommon Virtual events preparation was a blast for both the participants and the facilitators. Once their topics were announced all the women were very excited to participate. They tookContinue
Many of us are at home at the moment, without social contacts, without any distraction. We now feel how it can be for newly arrived migrants to be separated, toContinue
The InCommon project has developed the Cultural Citizenship Scale (CCS), a methodology for the exercise of active citizenship through culture aimed at migrant women, third-country nationals and refugees. The scaleContinue
IMPORTANT NOTE: The COVID 19 global pandemic makes unviable to hold the conference on schedule. These are unexpected and rapidly evolving circumstances beyond our control. Once the alarm state ends, weContinue
InCommon project has launched four contest at EU level address to migrant women, third country nationals. They aim to promote the self expression through art and to contribute to theContinue
InCommon Toolbox. Cultural and Educational Interventions for the exercise of the Active Citizenship of Migrant Women.
This project has received funding from Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) from the European Commission, DG for Migration and Home Affairs under the grant agreement 776199.
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