INTEGRA project partners coordinated the development of City Integration Agendas in Sofia, Bulgaria, Prague, Czech Republic, Kosice, Slovakia, Osijek, Croatia, and Rubano, Italy. These documents involved directly over 530 individuals in the five partner cities – representatives of state and local authorities, third-country nationals, NGOs, media, academia, experts from the sectors of employment, security and safety, health care, integration – in different methods like the City Integration Labs, online surveys and City Integration Round Tables.

The City Integration Agendas analyse scenarios for coping with a range of possible paradigm shifts in migration. They outline the most plausible scenarios for each city regarding third country nationals and migration for the next 3 to 5 years, with a particular focus on the issues identified in the integration audits. The Agendas also propose specific interventions to public and civic actors responsible for migrant integration, with the goal to prepare cities for the effective and proactive reactions and policies.