The Mediterranean Migration Network aims to promote collaboration and exchange of good practices among public and private stakeholders active in the fields of migration and integration. In this framework, MMN mobile app was designed by the international research center of CARDET in collaboration with the INNOVADE consulting firm under the action “Integration Network” (Action 2/3 – CY/2016/AMIF/SO2.NO3.3.1) which is co-funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (90%) and the Republic of Cyprus (10%)....

The Mediterranean Migration Network (MMN) organized four workshops on “Migration flows and integration management” on the 15th, 16th, 26th of May and 16th of June at the Municipality of Agios Athanasios Limassol, Municipality of Engomi, Municipality of Deryneia and the Municipality of Paphos respectively...

On February 22, 2017, the Mediterranean Migration Network (MMN) held its first focus group workshop with Cypriot public and private stakeholders working in the fields of migration and integration...

Migration is constantly highly prioritized in the majority of EU decision making processes and policy development in all fields. Initiatives, practices and tools, implemented at European and local level aim to enhance the management of documented migration, meet the challenges of undocumented migration flows, and boost the positive effects of migration on development.

The Mediterranean Migration Network (MMN) organized a meeting to revisit and develop its action plan and future steps, following the renewal of the support it receives from the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and the Republic of Cyprus..

Migration is one of the major challenges that the European Union (EU) is called to face today. As a result, the management of the issues and topics relevant to migration and the integration of the Third Country Nationals (TCNs), requires the collaboration of all stakeholders at European and regional level.

According to the new Integration Policies: Who Benefits? (MIPEX 2015), a project led by the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) and theMigration Policy Group (MPG), and CARDET is a partner, several countries have lost positions due to restrictions and cuts...

Migration and Integration: The Role of Local Authorities, policies and MIPEX benchmarking.

Migration has been increasing dramatically over the last decades. People usually are forced to migrate hoping to find a better quality of life or opportunities. The issue though is whether the host country has an effective migration policy for integration that addresses to their needs.

The  WelComm  project  aims  at  raising  awareness  of  the  importance  of  education  for  social  inclusion  of  migrants from early age and promoting opportunities for equal start in education. Migrant children often grow up in households only hearing and speaking the native language of their parents and they are challenged by their language skills upon school entry. Early education can address school readiness and language acquisition, enabling  children  to  enter  kindergarten  with more  advanced language skills and at the same time facilitate integration for immigrant families into the host society.