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Meet the ALL IN project countries

Participating countries have an unique experience and attitude toward migrants, foreigners and ethnic groups.

Poland is well known for having Ukranian migrants on one hand, but on the other hand a very strict migration policy. Poland remains the main EU country in which Ukranians work, because of several competitive advantages: extensive migrations network, a liberal procedure for legalising residence and work (for short periods).

Greece and Italy are both well known as one of the main gates of entry directly to EU. Both coutries also have vivid historical past. Remember the Old Greeks and Romans spreading their culture all around Europe and further? One just cannot imagine today’s world without their achievements and impact, that is still present in our civilization.

Montenegro has just recently been affected by first waves of migrations as a part of Balkan path, where migrants try to reach European Union. They address migration related challenges responsibly and they are strongly committed to regional cooperation and enhancing the stability of the region.

Besides, Montenegro has strong Roma minority, coming from Kosovo. To make a comparison, Kosovo is also included into ALL IN consortium. Moreover, Kosovo is a new country in EFC programme, known for its vivid multicultural environment due to past and present events. Their citizens can be found all over the Europe, where they create minorities of all kind.

Cyprus, unlike Greece or Italy has not experienced large inflows of refugees by sea, but still they made significant efforts to accept those seeking asylum. Several organisations assist refugees, providing legal counselling, accommodation, food and medical care. Besides, it is the only country in EU that is still divided and consequently intercultural.

And last, but not least, Slovenia has been always a transit country for different cultures, tribes and nations. For the last 50 years, it is a promise land for workers from ex-YU countries. They create a specific minority in Slovenia and have left a several impact to Slovenian language, food and culture.

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