Project promoter

One-Stop-Shop for Migrant Women

The details requested below regard practices intended to ease the access to services by third country nationals (one for employees training, one for action plans on integration and one for the implementation of one-stop-shops). One PRACTICE DETAILS questionnaire per practice considered must be filled. In the event the practice has been in place for years, answers must concern the last ended period of its development.

For the purpose of EMILL, a practice is intended as a single activity that is carried out by one particular organisation on a defined territory. Please note that for the grid on action plans, we consider different action plans in the same grid. The one referred to in the PRACTICE parts of the questionnaire is the one being benchmarked. Action plans referred to in the CONTEXT parts regard other action plans that are contemporarily being carried out (and that the one considered as a practice may supplement in some respects) at national, regional or local level.

Funding body

Practice's background

The practice has benefited from EU funds, either directly or indirectly:

The practice has benefited from national public funds:

The practice has benefited of sub-national funds

Locations in which the practice was carried out

Location 1
Location 2
Location 3
Location 4

Target range

If available, indicate the number of beneficiaries that frequented the one-stop-shop, specifying the length of time it has been operational at the date of the number provided (please also specify whether the number regards different beneficiaries or whether one could have been counted more than once in the number).

Indicate the number of third country nationals deemed to be affected by the integration plan:

Indicate here whether the establishment of one-stop-shop was (or still is) accompanied by a campaign of sensitisation of nationals (so as to avoid negative public perception or the sentiment that migrants are favoured over nationals). Briefly describe the campaign means (5 lines).

Briefly state any information you deem relevant for the overall understanding of the practice (5 lines)

Project leader

Fondazione Ismu


Regione Lombardia Regione Umbria Regione Campania Cidis Onlus


ACIDI, Portugal, participant: M. Horta
Cabildo de Tenerife, Spain, participant: D. Buraschi
CVEK, Slovakia, participant: E. Gallova kriglerova
Hessisches Ministerium der Justiz, für Integration und Europa, Germany, participant: W. Kindermann
Integration Centre, Ireland, participant: K. Forde
IRFAM, Belgium, participant: A. Manço