The ongoing conflicts in the Middle East and Africa result in migratory movements towards Europe. At a time where some of the countries are closing their borders, the European Union is facing one of its greatest challenges.
Our project supports the belief that greater coordination between EU Member States and the creation of common European values will make it possible to manage migration and asylum flows in a more sustainable way.
With the intent of strengthening the European Union and supporting integration movements in the EU, it is necessary to implement a common European project. Refugees and migrants need to be integrated more successfully - not only into the society of the specific host country, but also into the European community.
The EMIC project aims to adapt special courses to the already existing integration courses in different European countries. These courses contain a range of modules dealing with culture, history, the legal system and forms of social interaction in the host country.