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At Home in Europe: Promoting Inclusion

  • Date
  • July 2013

The At Home in Europe project works to advance the social inclusion of vulnerable communities in a changing Europe.

Through its research and advocacy activities, the project explores the political, social, cultural, and economic participation of marginalized groups in Western Europe. It places a high priority on local community- and city-level practices that mitigate discrimination and seek to ensure equal treatment for all.

The project seeks to identify the barriers to full and equal treatment, better understand factors leading to marginalization, promote effective integration policies and practices, and undertake advocacy to improve participation and opportunities through engaging residents, civil society, and policymakers.

Interested in learning more? Download the brochure for an overview of the project.


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