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First regional ERASMI Inter-agency network meeting in Saxony-Anhalt on July 8, 2020

Actors in the field of integration of refugees and migrants discuss about current challenges in network-based cooperation For three years now, transfer workshops organized at the Department of Public Management of Harz University of Applied Sciences have already been a reliable forum for actors dealing with challenges of refugee and migrant integration at a regional

2021-05-13T08:33:56+00:00Latest News|

Be part of our work – an invitation

We kindly invite you to participate in a survey and/or share our questionnaire on “Collaboration in networks for the integration of migrants and refugees”. You can access the questionnaire for the survey designed by Harz University via the following link: Our goal is to identify innovative and interesting approaches to network collaboration in the

2020-05-11T13:02:30+00:00Featured, Latest News|

Kick Off Meeting

Hochschule Harz welcomed all the ERASMI projects partners to Germany for the kick-off meeting of the project. It was a highly productive meeting around a topic of significant importance, not just in the UK but across Europe. Robbin from Hochschule Harz was the Chair for the meeting ensuring everyone was given the opportunity for their

2020-02-05T15:22:48+00:00Latest News|

Why its time to celebrate Migrants

Most migration benefits the countries receiving and sending migrants but this is often not accurately represented in discussions. Cities with higher shares of migrants are often voted as the most desirable places to be, while hostility towards migrants is higher in places with lower migration. Had immigration to the United Kingdom and Germany ceased in

2020-02-05T15:37:54+00:00Latest News|

Intercultural cities: good practice example

The Intercultural city aims at building its policies and identity on the explicit acknowledgement that diversity can be a resource for the development of the society. The first step is the adoption (and implementation) of strategies that facilitate positive intercultural encounters and exchanges, and promote equal and active participation of residents and communities in the

2020-02-05T15:32:04+00:00Latest News|
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