01.11.2019 – 30.11.2019 - Integration Centre Prague continues promotion of the podcast series through various media channels and continues with dissemination of the PhotoVoice zines and website (https://photovoice.icpraha.com/en/home/) in cooperation with the ICP terrain workers and volunteers.

05.11.2019 – 06.11.2019 – Sofia Development Association takes part in and presents the lessons learned and good practices from INTEGRA at the annual Age, Gender and Diversity Participatory Assessment Final Workshop, organized by UNHCR Representation in Bulgaria.

07.11.2019 - Centre for Peace – Osijek presents a part of their online campaign „Quotation“ - quotes by well-known writers and philosophers. Production of viral material with suitable pictures and quotations.

09.11.2019 – Sofia Development Association takes part in the official ceremony of the establishment of the Association of the Africans and their friends in Bulgaria.

13.11.2019 - Centre for Peace – Osijek presents a part of their online campaign „Fammous immigrants“ - reminders of famous immigrants and their contributions to their new countries. Production of creative viral materials. 

14.11.2019 – Sofia Development Association organizes INTEGRA DAY 2019 in partnership with IOM Bulgaria on the occasion of the Refugee Month where people from different nationalities will play together on musical instruments.

14.11.2019 - Integration Centre Prague publishes the final episode of the podcast series: Salad Bowl of Prague: Voices. The episode nb. 5 will introduce Integration Centre Prague, the INTEGRA project, the podcast authors and the "behind the scenes" of the whole series which was created as a part of the INTEGRA campaign. (https://saladbowlofprague.cz/voices)

15.11.2019 – Sofia Development Association conducts a Final evaluation meeting with the INTEGRA Stakeholder Group where it will be discussed what has been achieved so far during the project, the implementation of policies and practices for the integration of third-country nationals as well as what measures and actions lay ahead.

20.11.2019 – Sofia Development Association takes part in a seminar organised by the Foundation Access to Rights in Sofia for representatives of state and non-governmental organizations on new changes in the legal and administrative procedures regarding stateless persons.

20.11.2019 – ETP Slovakia
publishes the illustrated map "New Neighbour Welcome Kit", which contains basic information about Košice and useful adresses of public institutions, language schools, embassies, minority communities, NGOs helping with integration. It will primarly target new foreigners trying to settle in Košice.

21.11.2019 - Centre for Peace – Osijek presents a part of their online campaign „Infographic“ - showing different interesting data compared in simple, colourful way. Production of creative viral material.

21.11.2019 - Centre for peace
, nonviolence and human presents INTEGRA project activities to the students of Academy for Arts and Culture Osijek.

22.11.2019 - ETP Slovakia introduces the new online web site for foreigners, which is developed in partnership with Košice Municipality Office. The website is the first online information point in Košice for foreigners established by the local government.

26.11.2019 - ETP Slovakia publishes a "video-invitation" in web&social networks to visit various restaurants, bistros or cafes (owned by foreigners) listed in the illustrated map "Bon Apetit, Neighbor". ETP believs encourages locals not only to taste new international cousine but also to interact with the owners, waitress or cooks, to know their personal stories or just find out how is their new life in Košice.

26.11.2019 - Integration Centre Prague conducts a Final SIG meetign during which it will be discussed what has been achieved so far during the project, the implementation of policies and practices for the integration of third-country nationals as well as what measures and actions lay ahead.

27.11.2019 - Centre for Peace – Osijek publishes a Quiz, which consists of simple questions about INTEGRA project in online form or app.

As a part of project Integra, Centre for Peace, nonviolence and human rights presented a comparison of the longest rivers in Syria and Croatia.

The Euphrates River is the longest and most historically significant river in Syria and Western Asia covering a distance of 2.800 km. It is one of the two rivers of Mesopotamia with the other being Tigris River. It flows from the confluence of Kara Su and Murat Su in the town of Keban in Turkey. The two rivers combine into the Euphrates at the Keban Dam which then flows to Turkish-Syrian border. Most of the waters of the Euphrates River are from the rainfall and melting snow. Three rivers empty into the Euphrates; Sajur, Balikh, and Khabur. The Euphrates drains an area of 223,674 square miles with the greater part of the Euphrates basin located in Syria, Turkey, and Iraq. The river is a major source of water for most households living along its banks. It is also an important source of fish and water for irrigation. The Euphrates also supports natural vegetation growing along its banks.

The Danube River, at 2.850 km, is the second longest river in Europe and the longest that passes through Croatia. This river flows through 10 countries before emptying into the Black Sea and the Danube Basin takes up approximately 62% of the area of Croatia. The lower areas of this basin are filled with fertile soil and, therefore, have a higher population density than the upper regions which are covered in forests. The river provides hydroelectric power to the surrounding communities and carries the majority of traded goods to inland areas. Some wastewater is discharged into this waterway, most of which has been treated. The wetlands within the basin are home to around 250 bird species, 79 of which are considered endangered on a European level. One of the most important breeding grounds for carp, a fish species, is located here as well. Riparian woodlands surround the basin and are home to Slavonian oak trees. Environmental threats to the river and its basin include urban development, tourism, agricultural runoff, industrial pollutants, and fishing. In 1998, the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River was established in order to promote sustainable water use practices and to conserve its biodiversity.

This project is funded by the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund

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