We provide a pool of resources that will help exchange relevant resources among the project participants and registered users. The following resources are accessible:
- National Reports and Transnational Report The national report examine as far as third-country nationals’ (TCN) political and civic participation is considered in one country. Methodologically, a combination of desk and field research has taken place in order to better assess the existing needs, opportunities and obstacles in TCN political participation, and the creation of migrant councils/forums.
A Best Practice Guide
- Best Practice Examples of Migrants’ Consultative Mechanisms
- Literature (articles, toolkits, action plans…) A collection of useful research material and literature regarding political participation of migrants.
The ECCAR Toolkit for Equality (hyperlink)
Migrant Voices Heard – How to boost political participation in migrant communities?
Shaping Graz together (English Translation)
Inclusion Partnership Actions Explained: Migrant Advisory Board
Immigrant voices make democracy stronger