The project looks at how migration is communicated as an essential element for social cohesion, economic growth and stability. It draws on lessons learned from communication campaigns to package these into innovative pilots of new communication campaigns, tailored and tested on key audiences from Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany, Italy, North-Macedonia and Serbia.
The OSCE Co-ordinator of Economic and Environmental Activities heads this 24-month project. The International Labour Organization and the Observatory on Public Attitudes to Migration at the European University Institute are also project members.
The meeting took place on 31 March.