FOCUS has created a podcast where we discuss the different aspects of dynamic integration.
Episode 1 – Co-creative and participatory approaches to dynamic integration, based on our Living Well Together Forum in February, is out now – enjoy!
The FOCUS Living Well Together Forum #1: “Co-creative and participatory approaches to dynamic integration” took place on 23 February 2021. It was the occasion to discuss with three civil society organisations active in integration work on what co-creation and participation mean in the context of dynamic integration; why and how to make integration practices dynamic, co-creative and participatory; and what to keep in mind when doing so.
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With the kind participation of:
- Adnan Abdul Ghani, Save the Children Sweden / EC Expert Group on Migration, Asylum and Integration
- Bilal Almobarak, Support Group Network Sweden
- Martha Bird, Anouk Boschma, Michelle Engels, IFRC Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support / FOCUS project
- Moses Seitler, Refugee Education UK.
Participating organisations’ websites:
Support Group Network: https://supportgroup.se/
Save the Children Sweden: https://www.raddabarnen.se/
Refugee Education UK (formerly Refugee Support network): https://www.reuk.org/
Examples of co-creative practices mentioned during the FOCUS Forum:
Re:ACT project: https://supportgroup.se/react/
MOVE Beyond: https://irts.isca.org/movebeyond/
Videos from the REUK Connected Through Covid campaign shown during the FOCUS Forum:
How To Stay Grateful During Coronavirus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cwxu9…
How To Stay Positive If You’re A Student: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGqxF…