The European Web Site on Integration (EWSI) is a portal, which serves to share information and best practices of all member states of the European Union on the integration of immigrants.
EWSI aims to promote integration policies and practices, to share successful strategies and to support cooperation among all stakeholders. It is open to everyone and allows visitors to share good practices, funding opportunities and find partners for new projects. It allows viewers to stay updated on the latest news, events and publications on integration issues at the European, national and local level.
More specifically, among the information it contains there are:
EWSI acts as a bridge between integration practitioners and policy makers by offering high quality content from across Europe and fostering the professional community. It is a comprehensive resource for those working on integration, both NGOs and governments.
Since its creation five years ago, CIDOB has been the country coordinator of Spain. As such, its functions include: uploading up to date information on news, events, documents, funding, links and good practice; updating the information sheet of Spain; seeking information and writing the Spanish part of the analysis documents and integration dossiers.
It also manages the @EWSI_Spain twitter account.
project coordinator: Migration Policy Group
Beratungszentrum für Migranten and Migrantinnen
Multi Kulti Collective
Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies
Multicultural Centre Prague
Institute of Baltic Studies
Institute of Migration
Réseau Ressources pour l'Égalité des Chances et l'Intégration – RECI
Netzwerk Migration in Europa
Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy – ELIAMEP
Immigrant Council of Ireland
International and European Forum on Migration Research – FIERI
Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS
Diversity Development Group
Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice
Centre for Migration Research, University of Warsaw
Centre for Geographical Studies, University of Lisbon
ADO SAH ROM
Institute for Public Affairs
Institute of Community Cohesion
Independent experts in: Denmark ; Hungary ; Luxembourg ; Netherlands and Sweden
Funded by: The European Fund for the Integration of third-country nationals
Researchers involved in the project: