Network-based cooperation involving actors with various institutional and personal affiliations is considered a promising strategic approach to successful integration. This compendium offers a comparative analysis and select case studies based on the evaluation of a Europe wide survey of 55 networks in the field of migrant and refugee inclusion.

The two main aims are

  1. to showcase interesting and innovative networks and
  2. to contribute to the professionalization and capacity building of networks.

The compendium demonstrates the diversity of approaches that can lead to successful network-based cooperation.

The examples of good practice can also be downloaded individually below:

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