Within the AMITIE project, led by the municipality of Bologna, an innovative communication campaign was launched in Spain, Italy, Romania and Latvia in October 2012 . The aim was to communicate a new narrative on migrations made by migrants themselves who became active promoters, producers and co-agents for communicating their stories. Through different tools like blogs, images, social media, videos and events, they had the opportunity to be actively involved in the message, thus building and sharing a new perspective based on their experience.



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Communication of Local AuthoRities for INtegration in European Towns


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