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Diritti per tutt* “Rights for all” in Modena

In Italy, finding a job is often tough for young people and it can be tougher for those who have a migratory background. In fact, both cultural and linguistic differences and the complexity of laws can create disorientation and expose youngster to exploitation.For this reason, the Municipality of Modena, thanks to the MUST-a-Lab project, organized …

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Vienna’s chosen Micro-Experiments

Three thematic fields were identified as current challenges in the fields of “education and participation” during the first policy lab in Vienna (23.2.23) and transformed into three practical micro experiments during the second policy lab in Vienna (27.4.23). These piloting activities aim at promoting social cohesion as well as education and participation opportunities at a …

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Together again before summer holidays!

On the 28th of June, MUST-a-Lab participants met at Parco Ferrari in Modena in order to update about the micro-experiments in front of an aperitif! Indeed, after the Second Policy Lab – held on the 25th of March – we worked in small groups to define the projects and organize the 3 micro-experiments.Meeting each other …

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Second Policy Lab in Mechelen!

On March 30 th the second Policy Lab in Mechelen took place. More than 20 teachers, school principals, students, parents and local administrators worked further on creating a warm and inclusive school environment. Building on the four pillars identified during the first Policy Lab (authenticity, feeling welcome, diverse teaching force, home-school partnership), the group brainstormed …

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Third Transnational Project Meeting of MUST-a-Lab in Livadia, Greece

From the 19th to the 21st of April 2023, the MUST-a-Lab project partners met in Livadia, Greece, for their third in-person meeting hosted by the Koinofelis Epicheirisi Dimou Levadeon – K.E.DH.L..  With the occasion, the consortium welcomed a new partner from France: the local administration of Grenoble Alpes Métropole, that will soon join the capacity building activities and …

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Second Policy Lab in Modena

MUST-a-Lab participants met again on the 25th March 2023 in the second Policy Lab. This meeting was the most important so far because the aim was to plan concrete solutions to the problems previously addressed. The assembly identified very quickly the priorities to work on, but turning ideas in feasible solutions was more challenging. However, …

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1st Workshop of the MUST-a-Lab project on integration policies

In the context of the European Programme “MUlti-STakeholder Labs for migrants and stakeholders (MUST-a-Lab)” implemented in Livadia, the 1st Policy Lab was held on Monday January 30, 2023, at the Old Town Hall of Livadia with a great response of the participants who were 28 persons in total. In particular, there were migrants and stakeholders …

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First Policy Lab for the City of Mechelen!

On the 17th and 19th of January took place the first Policy Lab in Mechelen. 25 enthusiastic participants looked into new and creative ways to make schools warmer, more supportive and more inclusive. Not an easy task, but the group was definitely up for it. On the first day of the policy lab the teachers, principals and …

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Review: MUST-a-Lab Kick-Off Event “Education & Participation”

In cooperation with the Human Rights Districts Neubau, Favoriten and Meidling, the Human Rights Office of the City of Vienna invited numerous stakeholders to the project kick-off on 18 January 2023 to present the main goals of MUST-a-Lab. Host Markus Reiter, district mayor of Neubau, welcomed the 60 participants of the event together with Marcus …

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First Policy Lab in Modena

The First Policy Lab in the City of Modena got into action on the 21st of January 2023! The group gathered at Galleria Europa and for the Administration it was a precious moment to listen to the troubles that boys and girls with migratory background have to face in daily life. Asylum seekers, international students …

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