Equality data collection (2013-2015)
identified the systematic collection of
disaggregated data by racial or ethnic origin as a priority to support non-discrimination and
equality. Working towards this objective is one of ENAR’s priorities for the next couple of years.
ENAR is a partner of this project which supports sports and specialized organisations in facilitating access to sport for ethnic minorities and migrants. It is steered by ENGSO, the European Non-Governmental Sport Organisations, and is implemented in cooperation with 10 organisations across Europe who form the project team.
The three-year ‘Migrants, Rights and Integration’ project produced a toolkit on “Working on migrant integration at local level” which offers examples of promising integration projects and guidelines on how to plan 'good' integration projects. Organisations representing migrants in six countries (Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Italy, Sweden and the United Kingdom) identified good practices in migrant integration and examined how they could be replicated across EU Member States. The project aimed to bring a genuine migrant voice perspective in the EU debate on integration and to counter the current negative dialogue on migration.