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Migration in und nach Europa

Argenbühl ist zusammen mit sieben weiteren Kommunen aus sechs europäischen Ländern eine Projekt-Partnerschaft eingegangen, die sich mit Wanderungsbewegungen in Europa befasst. Im Rahmen des EU-Projekts „MIGRAIN“ (Migration und Immigration: Soziale Auswirkungen und die Reaktion der Bürger auf die nachhaltige und friedvolle Entwicklung  eines ganzheitlichen Europas) treffen sich seit Anfang 2015 Vertreter der Kommunen zu jeweils dreitägigen Veranstaltungen. Die Federführung des von der EU geförderten Projekts liegt bei Argenbühls polnischer Partnergemeinde Cieszanów. Zum MIGRAIN-Netzwerk gehören weiter das ungarische Diosd, das griechische Atalanti, das bulgarische Aheloy, die italienischen Gemeinden Forli und Fusignano sowie das rumänische Lupeni. Ein entsprechender Projektvertrag wurde Ende 2014 unterzeichnet.

Das Hauptaugenmerk des Projekts lag zunächst auf der innereuropäischen Migration. Freizügigkeit ist die große Errungenschaft Europas. Sie hat Auswirkungen auf die Länder, aus denen die Menschen abwandern ebenso wie auf jene, in die sie ziehen. Das Projekt soll die Partizipation der Bürger sowie dem Austausch von Wissen und Erfahrung befördern und so  zur Bewusstseinsbildung der Bürger beitragen. Das  Einsetzen der großen Flüchtlingsbewegungen aus dem Nahen Osten und aus Afrika nach Europa Mitte 2015 rückte bei den Treffen ein weiteres Thema ins Blickfeld der teilnehmenden Kommunen.

Weitere Informationen zum Migrain-Projekt:

Broschüre zum MIGRAIN – Projekt (englisch): Gute Beschreibung der Ist-Situation der Migration in den teilnehmenden Gemeinden/Städten      MIGRAIN-booklet

Links zu Veröffentlichungen:

Projekt Webseite (englisch) http://migrainproject.eu/

Projekt auf facebook https://www.facebook.com/Migration-and-Imigration-806736882748610/

Projektfilm (englisch und Landessprachen)  https://youtu.be/2eRogxOKhNg

Besuchsberichte der Argenbühler Delegationen:


Nachfolgend die offizielle Information zum Projektablauf (Übersetzung in Vorbereitung).

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Event 1

Participation: The event involved 50 citizens (24 local and 26 foreign), including 4 participants from the city of Atalanti, Greece, 4 participants from the city of Aheloy, Bulgaria, 3 participants from the city of Forli, Italy, 3 participants from the city of Fusignano, Italy, 6 participants from the city of Argenbuehl, Germany, 2 participants from the city of Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania and 4 participants from the city of Cieszanów, Poland, as well as 24 local participants of the city Diósd, Hungary.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Diósd, Hungary from 29/04/2015 to 01/05/2015
Short description:  The aim of the event was participants’ understanding that migration had occurred in the past as well, and there were various forms of such movement, occasionally it happened against the wishes of people. The results of free movement in Europe can be assessed in the mirror of the past occurrence.  People have to plan their future by taking into consideration the legal framework in the EU. Another aim was interpretation and understanding of the tasks and activities of the project and distribution of the partners’ roles. 

Event 2

Participation: The event involved 48 citizens (26 local and 22 foreign), including 4 participants from the city of Diósd, Hungary, 2 participants from the city of Aheloy, Bulgaria, 3 participants from the city of Forli, Italy, 3 participants from the city of Fusignano, Italy, 4 participants from the city of Argenbuehl, Germany, 4 participants from the city of Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania and 2 participants from the city of Cieszanów, Poland, as well as 26 local participants of the city Atalanti, Greece.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Atalanti, Greece from 03/06/2015 to 05/06/2015
Short description:  The aim of the event was to get aquainted with Local Immigrants associations, to have dialogue with invited experts and local politicians on migration, meetings with persons involved in the migration process, especially people working on the social policies sector and immigrants. Partners also had discussion between politicians, immigrants, school students and visited enterprises run by immigrants

 Event 3

Participation: The event involved 49 citizens (26 local and 23 foreign), including 6 participants from the city of Diósd, Hungary, 2 participants from the city of Atalanti, Greece, 3 participants from the city of Forli, Italy, 2 participants from the city of Fusignano, Italy, 3 participants from the city of Argenbuehl, Germany, 4 participants from the city of Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania and 3 participants from the city of Cieszanów, Poland, as well as 26 local participants of the city Aheloy, Bulgaria.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Aheloy, Bulgaria from 26/06/2015 to 28/06/2015
Short description:  The aim of the event was to exchange views:  Bulgaria and the territory of the EU from migration aspects. There were presented issues like European policies, actual questions and political/legal answers as well as fears from migrants of the less developed countries.

There were interviews and discussions with persons who had worked or studied abroad. Feedback to the local society.

 Event 4

Participation: The event involved 76 citizens (53 local and 23 foreign), including 5 participants from the city of Diósd, Hungary, 4 participants from the city of Atalanti, Greece, 4 participants from the city of Aheloy, Bulgaria, 3 participants from the city of Argenbuehl, Germany, 4 participants from the city of Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania and 4 participants from the city of Cieszanów, Poland, as well as 53 local participants from the cities Forli (50) and Fusignano (3), Italy.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Forli, Italy from 25/09/2015 to 27/09/2015
Short description:  The aim of the event was to recognise the wide ranging experiences and operative practices of the City Forli. The role of the non profit civil organizations showed a way of managing the increasing problem of the migration, especially the illegal invasion to EU countries. Italy can be considered as one of the most influenced country in this problem, and Forli presented a range of positive initiatives.

 Event 5

Participation: The event involved 50 citizens (34 local and 16 foreign), including 2 participants from the city of Diósd, Hungary, 3 participants from the city of Atalanti, Greece, 2 participants from the city of Aheloy, Bulgaria, 4 participants from the city of Argenbuehl, Germany, 2 participants from the city of Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania and 3 participants from the city of Cieszanów, Poland, as well as 34 local participants from the citiesFusignano (30) and Forli (4), Italy.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Fusignano, Italy from 18/11/2015 to 20/11/2015
Short description:  The aim of the event was to see good examples how to help the integration of the immigrants, showing also the positive potentials of these changes in the local society. Partners were able to take over some concrete examples of supported integration of different groups of immigrants.

Event 6

Participation: The event involved 50 citizens (23 local and 27 foreign), including 6 participants from the city of Diósd, Hungary, 4 participants from the city of Atalanti, Greece, 2 participants from the city of Aheloy, Bulgaria, 4 participants from the city of Forli, Italy, 2 participants from the city of Fusignano, Italy, 1 participant from the city of Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania and 8 participants from the city of Cieszanów, Poland, as well as 23 local participants of the cityArgenbühl, Germany.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Argenbühl, Germany from 26/06/2016 to 28/06/2016
Short description:  The aim of the event was to give the participants information about the History of migration to Germany (from 1940s to the present) and to make them realize the current and future challenges accompanying asylum and immigration. The real processes and social impacts of the huge immigration wave to Germany in 2015 were understood and the established integration processes were discussed.

Event 7

Participation: The event involved 50 citizens (25 local and 25 foreign), including 4 participants from the city of Diósd, Hungary, 4 participants from the city of Atalanti, Greece, 4 participants from the city of Aheloy, Bulgaria, 4 participants from the city of Argenbuehl, Germany, 3 participants from the city of Forli, Italy, 2 participants from the city of Fusignano, Italy and 4 participants from the city of Cieszanów, Poland, as well as 25 local participants of the cityLupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania from 02/09/2016 to 04/09/2016
Short description:  The aim of the event was to highlight the real migration possibilities for the citizens starting from a Romanian town. The aspects of a local authority were discussed in detail, comparing the opinions of the partners from different countries.

Event 8

Participation: The event involved 90 citizens (49 local and 41 foreign), including 9 participants from the city of Diósd, Hungary, 4 participants from the city of Atalanti, Greece, 6 participants from the city of Aheloy, Bulgaria, 8 participants from the city of Argenbuehl, Germany, 3 participants from the city of Forli, Italy, 5 participants from the city of Fusignano, Italy and 6 participants from the city of Lupeni/Farkaslaka, Romania, as well as 49 local participants of the cityCieszanów, Poland.

Location/ Dates: The event took place in Cieszanów, Poland from 28/09/2016 to 30/09/2016
Short description:  The aim of the event was to discuss progress of the project, do necessary closing tasks.

Partners also collected suggestions for developing the strategies – how to lower the number of emigrants. They visited the Ukrainian border and the newest and most modern border crossing EU/Ukraine in Budomierz

Project was summarised and conclusions with European dimensions were drawn.

Project description

The project MIGRAIN aims at investigating the questions and social impacts of the migration and immigration in Europe, stressing the need of including the citizens in understanding their main interests and participating in the formulation of answers to these questions. The partnership consists of 8 project partners, representing 7 EU countries. Eight events are to be organized by the different partners in different towns. Each meeting holds for 3 days . The total number of the participants in the eight meetings are expected 542, minimum 30% will be invited international participants. The applicant partner is the Municipality Cieszanów (PL); two towns belongs to a twinning network around Cieszanów, and the others partners were also included in common project activities.

The theme of the project relates to a very relevant European subject, namely the migration of citizens, and also the immigration of people toward the EU countries. The free movement of the citizens is a significant achievement of the EU legal structure which has changed the life prosperity of a lot of citizens. It is well known, however, that this possibility comprises several dangers as regards the balance of the societies, for example it can support brainstorming, unbalances in workforce supply, tension in the society, ethnic and minority problems, it can induce slow but effective changes in the entire society. Therefore the questions of migration and immigration have become key elements of the actual politics of the recent Greek and the next Italian EU Presidency.

Research programs are in progress to reveal the essence of these activities, and a number of statistical investigations have been made in order to see clearly. The attitude of the countries from different part of Europe are differing, the migration trend shows direction toward the richer countries like Germany, Great Britain. The citizens of the Eastern and Southern countries generally move to Western directions, and the increasing number of the migrants can mean threaten for the reception societies. Countries like Poland and Hungary have introduced measures for returning this process, e.g. by offering better work conditions at home for the high level workforce.

Project like our one can give support for understanding the real questions and the see the connections between the fact faced during the daily life. The composition of the recent partnership ensures that the interests of the different parties are represented in the project, and the exchange of knowledge and experiences will contribute to the development of the consciousness of the citizens.

Projekt Zeitplan:

29.04.2015 – 01.05.2015 Diosd, Ungarn

03.06.2015 – 06.06.2015 Atalanti, Griechenland

26.06.2015 – 28.06.2015 Aheloy, Bulgarien

25.09.2015 – 27.09.2015 Forli, Italien

18.11.2015 – 20.11.2015 Fusignano, Italien

26.06.2016 – 28.06.2016 Argenbuehl, Deutschland

02.09.2016 – 04.09.2016 Lupeni, Rumänien

28.09.2016 – 30.09.2016 Cieszanów, Polen

 

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