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Solutions to make life easier for the newly arrived
The new 'Mediation Grammar' (CWA 18014:2023) has been published. Mediation Grammar is a useful tool for integration, into a fairer and more welcoming society.
The Mediation Grammar has been created based on the experiences of the easyRights pilot, desktop research, and from conversations and interviews with migration practitioners and experts.
The final CWA - CEN Workshop Agreement (CEN/WS 116- CWA) can now be downloaded here.
easyRights had the incredible opportunity to be shared and presented at #TEDxTorino in a talk with the title Migrants and Rights Enforcement: An Obstacle or a Resource?
The recording can be seen below.
The easyRights Project
Helping (Im)migrants Better Understand Their Rights
We are a European H2020 project and our aim is a simple one - to combine co-creation and AI technology to make it easier for immigrants to understand and access the services they are entitled to.
Bringing together immigrants, the public sector, and private organisations, easyRights have developed solutions that provide personalised, context-aware information to its users, taking into account background, demographics, and language skills. The tools support immigrants in their search for responses to different needs in a manner that saves time for both migrants and for social service staff and cutting costs for the public administration
Latest Results from easyRights
easyRights Final Conference Proceedings
This report provides an overview of the easyRights Final Conference through a collection of speakers contributions which come together to highlight the learnings and impact of the easyRights project.
Migrants Integration Handbook: A Service Design and Supply Perspective
This handbook shares practical ideas and experiences from a series of Joint Migration Policy Roundtables organised by the six European projects: MIICT, REBUILD, NADINE, MICADO, EASYRIGHTS, and WELCOME.
Making a Difference in 4 Pilots
Birmingham is a cosmopolitan city but migrants are twice as likely to be unemployed.
All non-Greek citizens wishing to stay more than 6 months need a residency visa.
Many refugee services are provided in Spanish or a limited number of languages.
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