Migrant Voices - Mainstreaming Diversity in Political Parties: News
The Centre for European Studies, which works as the think-tank of the European People's Party, has based its latest policy brief on migrants' participation in the political process on MPG's work with political parties.
The Flemish Integration Forum calls on political parties to use the Migration Policy Group’s tool to mainstream diversity across their party operations
The Migration Policy Group publishes a toolkit for political parties to evaluate their efforts to integrate persons with a migrant background into their ranks and formulate detailed plans to mainstream diversity in their party
MPG is developing a toolkit to help political parties mainstream diversity throughout their party processes. The launch is planned for January 2012
MPG is undertaking a pilot project funded by the European Programme on Integration and Migration (EPIM) to assess the extent to which migrants’ voices are successfully heard at all levels of interaction with political parties (constituents, voters, activists, employees, and political candidates)
The Migration Policy Group is delighted to have won support for a new project ‘Migrants’ Voices: Mainstreaming Diversity in Political Parties’ which has been selected for an award under the European Programme for Integration and Migration (EPIM)