The results of the EU-funded INTEGRIM project, coordinated by the University of Deusto, have been published in the Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS), the primary source of information for EU-funded projects.
The INTEGRIM project (2013-2017) aimed to structure the existing high-quality research capacity on migration and integration policies and processes in Europe through the work of Early-Stage Researchers.
The consortium was composed of a sound and well established network of 8 full partner academic institutions and 6 non-academic associated partners from the private and public sector, civil society and international organisations with outstanding research and training credentials on migration and integration issues.
INTEGRIM supported a wide range of research initiatives having a sound impact on our understanding about migration: high-level thesis have won prizes and will be published in renowned journals; several INTEGRIM researchers have been awarded fellowships to carry on their work at various academic institutions; etc.
“The project’s most lasting result is its fostering of a cohesive network of young and excellent researchers who are passionate about social equality and migration issues”, said Eduardo Ruiz, coordinator of the INTEGRIM project.
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