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White Paper on Mainstreaming Migration into Local Development Planning And Beyond

Case studies and best practices

This Paper provides a thorough analysis of what has been done thus far in terms of mainstreaming migration at the local level, where the drivers and effects of migration are mostly felt, and allows for a stock-taking of functioning practices to paint a global picture of working processes. It analyses and compares different existing mainstreaming initiatives, synthetizing their main features, identifying good practices and key lessons and providing policy recommendations for a wide variety of stakeholders, including local and regional authorities. The process of integrating migration within policy design and planning, known as the “mainstreaming” process, is increasingly perceived as key in addressing issues related to migration as well as in building on all the opportunities associated with it. This process is based on the recognition of the wide range of policy areas that affect and are affected by migration, and on the subsequent building of coherence among policies and actors.

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Reference framework for Policy Coherence for Development in the Basque Country

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Sustainability Strategy for North Rhine-Westphalia

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„Act now—working together towards sustainable development in NRW“ The State Government of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) advocates a successful, equitable and future-oriented development in social, e...

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Case studies and best practices

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