Building Shared Space – Best Practices in Integration

22 May 2018 - 25 May 2018, Budapest, Hungary

UNITED conference Budapest 2018 (2)

UNITED for Intercultural Action, in cooperation with Subjective Values Foundation, Hungary, hereby invites NGO representatives to an international conference on various aspects of migrant integration, entitled Building Shared Space – Best Practices in Integration, between 22-25 May 2018.

Participants of the event (foreign and Hungarian experts, representatives of authorities and civil society organisations, and third-country nationals residing in Hungary) will discuss the most important challenges as well as possible solutions within the field of migrant integration in Hungary and in the European Union.

Besides general discussions on the topic of migration, the conference will focus on four sub-topics: migrants in education; cultural integration; migrants in healthcare and social services; migrants in the labour market. The conference will also serve as host of the last event of the Budapest Migration Forum roundtable-series focusing on migration and alien policing.

Deadline for nomination: 22 April 2018

About the host organisation

Subjective Values Foundation (SVF) was founded in 2002 with the primary aim of tackling racism and discrimination. The foundation is an accepted and active member of UNITED for Intercultural Action, as well as the head of the board is representing SVF on the board of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR).

The event is a closing conference of Subjective Values Foundation’s Complex training and mentoring program to strengthen the political participation of migrants funded by the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.

Language
The conference language is English. All participants are expected to have at least basic knowledge of English. But don’t worry; English is almost nobody’s mother tongue. If you have difficulties in expressing yourself, we can help each other.

This conference has been made possible with the financial support of:

  • The European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe
  • The Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
  • Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union

The information contained herein does not necessarily reflect the position nor the opinion of our sponsors. Sponsors are not to be held responsible for any use that may be made of it.