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“When I think back to how I felt before I started here, I saw no light” – Gothenburg is tailoring its integration policies to fit the needs of migrant women.
Gothenburg turns 400 today and aims to become the best city in the world… when it rains.
Handing out prepaid mobile phones to homeless people has been one of the success factors in the Scottish city’s strategy to fight homelessness.
Found a hidden gem in the city that you want to rescue? This programme puts the keys in your hand.
How a unique museum of personal migration stories from the past and the present is helping a city of 170 nationalities build a sense of belonging.
When tent encampments started popping up around Paris, the city knew it had to act – so it built a tent of its own.
With a history of welcoming migrants Turin is a source of inspiration that keeps on giving. Yet, volunteers are the ones that come out the richer for it.
From the early years to adulthood, Toulouse is working to help migrants and refugees find their place in the city, and volunteering can give a boost to this effort.
In Latvian the word for volunteer is linked to the idea of free-will and its spirit is alive in what volunteering means to the people of Riga, not just in theory but in practice.
We are all migrants – in Terrassa, Spain, this universal truth is the base for the city’s integration work.
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