Funding for integration work in rural districts and municipalities
If a district or municipalities in the district wish to motivate migrants to stay, they must become more proactive, better organised and make the necessary resources available for their measures. This requires – all the more so during times of budgetary constraint in the public sector – needs-oriented, easily accessible funding instruments. Public and private funders provide the monetary means to finance integration work on the ground. In doing so, they must ensure that their funding foci, guidelines and processes in practice are in line with the actual needs in rural areas. This document is a factsheet on the expert brief "All that glitters is gold? - Funding for integration work in rural districts and municipalities".