Description of the Good Practice
An initiative of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency launched in 2020 the pilot programme „UNHCR Research Scholarships”. Through this programme, UNHCR aims to stimulate the academic interest in topics related to forced displacement, refugees, asylum and statelessness. This initiative is addressed to final year masters students from three leading Romanian universities, UNHCR partners (West University of Timisoara, National University of Political and Administrative Studies, and Babeș-Bolyai University). The main aim of this programme is to increase the existing empirical data on refugees in Romania by financially supporting young researchers that are interested in the topic of refugees inclusion and wellbeing in Romania.
An initiative by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR together with different partner universities in Romania. The aim of the scholarships is to ensure that 15 percent of young refugee women and men can access the benefits of higher education by the year 2030 by supporting them financially through the whole process of education. This initiative was launched in 2020.
Currently CDMiR is a project developed by the Romanian National Council for Refugees Foundation in partnership with the Centre for Public Innovation and the Novapolis Association, bringing together 23 non-governmental organizations and 5 supporters from the academic environment and international organizations. CDMiR is the only Civil Society Coalition in Romania active in the field of migration, asylum and integration. CDMiR members cover a wide range of areas of expertise, including research, advocacy, material, legal and medical assistance, guidance and intercultural dialogue.
To learn more about CDMiR and its activities, visit www.cdmir.ro
Source: https://www.scribd.com/document/431759860/docl-17678-489849174, http://www.mmuncii.ro/j33/images/Documente/Munca/MobilitateaForteiDeMunca/ghid%20Bun%20venit%20in%20Romania%20in%20limba%20engleza.pdf
Source: Mirage – Handbook of Best Practices. The Professional Inclusion of Third Country Nationals (2019), p. 22-23: https://www.mirageproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/mirage-handbook_EN.pdf
Source: Mirage – Handbook of Best Practices. The Professional Inclusion of Third Country Nationals (2019), p. 38-39: https://www.mirageproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/mirage-handbook_EN.pdf