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    Good Health: A Starting Point for Integration

    Health and Education are important pillars of integration. That’s why the concept of achieving good health must be a starting point for integration efforts says Ramazan Salman, accepting the 2015 Health Award for the “MiMi – With Migrants for Migrants” programme.

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    Where is integration in the refugee crisis?

    Jenny Phillimore, IRIS, University of Birmingham: “What is lost in the debate about refugees, which has hitherto focused on numbers, is a proper discussion about integration.”

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    Entrepreneurs and New Europeans

    Interview with Flemish MEP Sander Loones: “I believe that the first way to look at migrant entrepreneurs is to look at them as entrepreneurs, no matter where they come from.”

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Recent Good Ideas

Gothenburg, Sweden

My Brilliant Career

An entrepreneurial social venture connects talented young immigrant women to employment opportunity


Auckland, New Zealand

Helping Immigrants Become Kiwi Entrepreneurs

Connecting immigrants and aspiring entrepreneurs to community networks, employment and business opportunity


London, United Kingdom

Get Refugees Cycling!

A London project helps refugees make connections by acquiring abandoned or discarded bikes, making them roadworthy and donating them to refugees


Living Together

Munich, Germany

Giving Young Refugees a Shot at Success

A learner-centred approach gives young refugees opportunities for education and integration


Nhill, Australia

Small Towns, Big Returns

Refugee resettlement gives regional economy a boost while welcoming Karen families from Myanmar as valued and respected members of the community.


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