Welcoming Communities Transatlantic Exchange

Welcoming Communities Transatlantic Exchange

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Welcoming Communities Transatlantic Exchange 2017

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This past spring, 25 integration practitioners from the cities across Germany traveled across the US to see how American cities tackle the challenges and opportunities of refugee and immigrant integration. 

 

Call for Applications

The Welcoming Communities Transatlantic Exchange is a unique opportunity for leaders in Germany and the U.S. to share promising approaches to welcoming and integrating immigrants and refugees into their communities. Applications for the 2017 cohort are due by December 1, 2016 (Midnight, U.S. Eastern Time). 

By Hannah Winnick

About WCTE

The Welcoming Communities Transatlantic Exchange (WCTE) brings together integration practitioners and public officials from Germany and the United States to share ideas and best practices on welcoming and integrating refugees at the local level. Each year, up to 25 German and 16 American integration practitioners from a range of backgrounds will visit each other’s countries to learn important new skills around issues such as community engagement, refugee outreach, positive communications, local policy development, evaluation, and many other areas critical for creating a welcoming community where all members can thrive. Participants include individuals who work on a daily basis in key areas of migrant integration, and represent various offices of government, civil society, business, education, and other related sectors.

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