FRAMEWORKS AND GOOD PRACTICES OF INTERCULTURAL MEDIATION FOR MIGRANT INTEGRATION IN EUROPE
This new study contributes to the knowledge and understanding of intercultural mediation and makes recommendations for improving policies and practices in the European Union. In comparing good practices on intercultural mediation for migrants in various EU countries. Bulgaria, Germany, Italy and Spain stood out with a range of solid, innovative experiences.
Moreover, the study includes a variety of mediation contexts, such as integration of migrants into education and health-care services. The findings and recommendations can be used in similar contexts, where a novel approach to migrants’ integration and social cohesion is required.
This publication was produced within the framework of the project Portugal: Technical Support to the High Commission for Migration to Improve the Response of National Centres for Migrant Integration by Assessing and Evaluating their Services and Operations with the financial assistance of the European Union.