Creative Tools

The Creative Tools are developed by INTEGRA partners as local level awareness raising tools to tackle the “othering” of third country nationals and migrants within the receiving society.


PROJECT TOOLS

INTEGRA PROJECT FLYER  

The flyer provides an overview of the project and a snapshot of its main activities and milestones.

INTEGRA CITY RESOURCES

INTEGRA Project offers examples of approaches, good practices, tools, actions and materials to cities that would like to step up their efforts int he area of third country nationals integration.  

INTEGRA EXPERIENCE BOOKLET 

The publication reflects the first 18 months of INTEGRA interregional learning process going through city integration audits, city labs, roundtables and third country nationals integration agendas, awareness campaign activities, resources and testimonials. It gives an overview of INTEGRA process and methodologies, along with the achievements and results so far.  

A WAY FORWARD FOR INTEGRATION OF THIRD COUNTRY NATIONALS AT CITY LEVEL

The set of policy recommendations gathers the experience and knowledge amassed from the INTEGRA Project outcomes and outlines a way forward.

INTEGRA BRUSSELS BRIEFING PRESENTATIONS
INTEGRA project team and stakeholders presentations delivered during the Brussels briefing held at the
European Committee of the Regionson June 11, 2019 

INTEGRA STORY

The presentation contains in a visual manner all key information about the INTEGRA project developments and outcomes.

INTEGRA URBAN PARTNERSHIPS

Presentations of project partners and stakeholders focusing on INTEGRA city-to-city approach.  

INTEGRA TOOLS

INTEGRA methodologies, creative tools and resources.

INTEGRA POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

INTEGRA policy recommendations - how cities can prepare better for the future.

BULGARIA
Sofia

Sometimes just a few words can spark good ideas and inspiring examples, especially when they come from people who’ve successfully turned their cities into multinational and multicultural centers. Our new video features mayors and urban planning experts on the challenges of integration; we hope you find in their words the keys to transforming your own cities into open and welcoming environments.

SOFIA MUNICIPALITY SERVICES TO THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONALS
As part of the INTEGRA information campaign, Sofia Development Association created an easy-to-read bi-lingual brochure (in Bulgarian and in English) about services and institutional support offered to third-country nationals in Sofia. Working closely with the city administration, INTEGRA has helped launching a new municipal grant-making program for integration initiatives. 

“WE, THE OTHERS” DOCUMENTARY VIDEO
We, The Others is short documentary video that asks four different migrants what is it like to live in Bulgaria. Lee Jiayi from China, who has been living in Bulgaria for the past 19 years and working in tourism. Mehrdad Mehdadi from Iran, who has been living in Bulgaria for 3 years and works in commerce. Linda-Mckenzie-Petkova from Canada, who owns a bakery and has been living in Bulgaria since 2007 and Sitara Bakirova from Kazakhstan who is a student and has been living in Bulgaria for 5 years.  

CZECH REPUBLIC
Prague

PRAGUE SOCIAL MEDIA INFOGRAPHICS A series of 6 bilingual infographic posts for social media which raise awareness of the general public about the presence of foreigners in Prague (the number of foreigners in the city, the countries they come from, the city´s integration efforts, civic engagement of foreigners, attitudes towards foreigners, etc).

A series of 4 audio visual outputs for social media which introduce 4 PhotoVoice authors, all of them migrants li ving in Prague, who share their views on and experience with integration in the city in order to spread awareness of the general public regarding the presence of migrants in the city as well as to inspire other migrants who ive there. (The series was creat ed in relation to the audio-visual PhotoVoice exhibition-Integration of Foreigners through the eyes of Praguer).

ITALY
Rubano

INTEGRA CALENDAR CITY OF RUBANO

The calendar is a very helpful tool for the Mayor and the municipal councilors for daily interactions and intercultural communication with the foreign communities. The Municipality can also use the calendar to provide TCN communities with public spaces for festivals or events for celebration. Some of the days are bank holidays (like independence days or the revolution days), while others are religious celebrations. 

The calendar includes the official holidays and celebrations of the contries of origin of third country nationals (TCNs) living in Rubano, Padova. Rubano hosts more than 20 different nationalities. With the calendar we want to show respect for the many cultures and religions and the wonderful opportunities to celebrate in Rubano. 

LEAFLETS

The leaflets are meant to raise awareness among local citizens about the presence of TCN in our town given that 10% of Rubano's inhabitants are foreigners. Following the local elections on 26 of April 2019, Ms. Sabrina Doni has been confirmed the town’s Mayor. The political programme of her coalition has a special focus on integration and international cooperation with third countries. The leaflets are only in electronic format and are built mainly for Facebook. The Mayor and the new City Council will work on the themes of integration and the benefits of migrants contribution to society.

HRVATSKA
Osijek

OSIJEK CREATES A COMIC BOOK "SIMILAR WORDS" Centre for peace Osijek created a comic book entitled “Similar words”. The comic book shows similarities between Croatian language and the language of Syrian refugees – Arabic. Despite the fact the Croatia and Syria are geographically distaned and historically not closely related they have something in common - some words have similar origin.

AWARENESS- RAISING POSTER
Centre for Peace designed an infographic poster incorporating elements of visual arts, graphic design and social sciences, to provide visibility to the identify, language, history and culture of migrant sin Croatia.

COOKING LESSONS
Centre for Peace created a digital tool showing how to make a traditional Arabic desert called Barazek cookies. It puts the culinary added-value of foreigners under the spotlight, and aims at better migrant integration by celebrating diversity.