I GET YOU. Promoting best practices to prevent racism and xenophobia towards forced migrants through community building: Europe

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I Get You is a joint research project and awareness raising campaign funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union, with co-funding from the Open Society Foundation and Porticus Foundation. Jesuit Refugee Service Europe (JRS Europe) and its partners created I Get You to learn more about the work of local Community Building Initiatives (CBIs) in 9 countries of Europe and to share the results of the observations and research. I Get You has seen that CBIs promote the social inclusion of forced migrants thereby countering racism and xenophobia in society. In this way, this document by I Get You reflects on CBIs to spread best practices for practicioners working with local citizens and forced migrants to counter racism and xenophobia and promote social inclusion and positive encounters between people.
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