Working with local authorities
The project aims to
raise awareness on migration to EU societies among EU
citizens. The project
1) identify and promote local authorities' good practices in public
communication campaigns on migration and integration at EU level;
2) empower border local authorities to implement successful evidence-based public communication campaigns on migration and integration through on-the-job training and support.
Storytelling Toolkit for Local Authorities
Based on the CLARINET AWARD competision we published Positive Storytelling Toolkit for LAs to introduce best practices of communication capamigns by using different media channels.
You can read more about this here: https://www.clarinetproject.eu/en/home-page-en/
Communication training for Local Authorities
In each partner countries communication training for LA partners there will be impletented during the project, where participants can learn about using social media, campaing tools and public appearence.
Designing and supporting Communication Campaigns of Local Authorities
Upon completing the training programs LAs will design and implement campaigns for inclusive society at local level. Cromo will provide assistance and facilitation for our partners during preparation, implementation and evaluation phases,
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Positive Storytelling Toolkit
Art residency in Kásád, Baranya county
The campaign in Hungary focused on solidarity and diversity. People living at the southern border of Hungary have always had a special relation to borders. An interview film with local people about their experience with immigration and refugee flows was shot on the 2-3nd of October 2021 as commemoration of the victims of migration. The film will be available soon. On the 2nd of October 2021 we celebrated solidarity and diversity in Kásád (Baranya county), where intercultural family programmes were awaiting locals, and a joint co-creative painting was created with a local Roma painter. Over 100 residents from Kásád and surrounding small settlements took part in the programmes. The local programmes were supported by a social media campaign on what hospitality means to Hungarian people.