PARTICIPATIVE INVESTIGATION REPORT CONSTANTA AND THE SOUTH-EAST REGION OF ROMANIA

PARTICIPATIVE INVESTIGATION REPORT CONSTANTA AND THE SOUTH-EAST REGION OF ROMANIA  – BRINGS USEFULL INFORMATION ON MIGRATION

Screenshot_20200908-221933_DriveWe are very pleased to share the national participative investigation report realised within the project “Snapshots from the Borders – Small towns facing the global challenges of Agenda 2030″, contract no. CSO-LA / 2017 / 388-115.

What resources do local actors have and what do they need? How did the local authorities react and what was the reaction of the citizens? What is the support that migrants get from national authorities, European Union institutions, NGOs, civil society, the private sector? What good practices and solutions can be identified? What are the migration routes to the Black Sea? these are just some of the topics the report focuses on.

The participative investigation in Romania targeted the South-East region, focusing on Constanța County, a border region facing migration on the Black Sea. The investigation considered conducting 25 complex semi-structured interviews with representatives of public institutions, but also from non-governmental organizations, international organizations, migrant associations, intercultural mediators and other relevant actors. The report from Romania provides a series of information from the grassroots regarding the management of migration and integration and the challenges faced by the authorities when migrants arrive.

The research in Romania was part of an investigative approach that took place at European level and studied the impact of migratory flows in the territories / regions and cities partners in the project and how the migration phenomenon is managed, as well as integration policies of each country, especially at the level of local communities.

For more information, please consult the national report in English.Romania Partcipative investig_EN_draft final