MITBESTIMMEN – Participate
INITIIEREN – Initiate
TEILHABEN – Be part of it
MIT directly and indirectly supports the integration of third-country nationals by promoting social cohesion at local, local and regional levels.
The focus is on the development of measures and instruments to improve the participation of third-country nationals in political and civil society decision-making processes to promote the integration of third-country nationals with the involvement of all relevant social actors.
MIT develops and tests a training and structure program for this. The aim is to improve the participation and representation of third-country nationals and immigrants in general in local and regional decision-making processes.
MIT is looking for individuals you wish to accompany immigrants and refugees as mentors in their first contacts with clubs, committees or initiatives.
MITBESTIMMEN – Participate
Questionnaire for migrants
INITIIEREN – Initiate
Questionnaire for mentors
TEILHABEN – Be part of it!
Questionnaire for associations
MIT for mentors
MIT is looking for individuals who wish to accompany immigrants and refugees as mentors in their first contacts with clubs, committees or initiatives.
Associations, initiatives and groups who would like to involve immigrants and refugees in their services and activities will find suggestions and help at MIT.
MIT for groups and initiatives
MIT has already introduced itself to many committees and groups. The on-site networking is intended to ensure awareness and later use of the MIT results at an early stage. The aim of the information events is to inform decision-makers at local and regional level about MIT. This should also motivate members of committees, councils and committees to participate directly in MIT – be it as mentors, as hosts for internships or as supporters of new members and contributors.
Groups and initiatives
22. January 2020
12. January 2020
18. December 2019
MIT project description
MIT – Mitbestimmen, Initiieren, Teilhaben
MIT – Participate, initiate, be part of it!
MIT migrants as decision-makers
MIT directly and indirectly supports the integration of third-country nationals by promoting social cohesion at local, local and regional levels. The focus is on the development of measures and instruments to improve the participation of third-country nationals in political and civil society decision-making processes to promote the integration of third-country nationals with the involvement of all relevant social actors.
MIT would like to expand the role and function and thus the participation of third-country nationals and their organizations and interest groups on the basis of the opportunities for participation in municipal decision-making processes as well as opinion-forming and decision-making processes at clubs and associations in Filderstadt and the region. In the committees, councils, associations or clubs there are “godparents” in the sense of mentors or supervisors who, after the MIT training program, assist third-country nationals and related migrant organizations as companions during the pilot phase and provide guidance and help in the specific and give practical participation.
MIT is independent from the local political side, non-partisan, not tied to any denomination, but works together with all structures active at local level in Filderstadt.
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