Enhancing capacities for a pluralistic Alpine Space


  • Foreign immigration in the Alps: join us at the Salecina seminar

    The international seminar "Foreign immigration in the Alps and the phenomenon of refugees" will investigate the opportunities and challenges for Alpine regions, in relation to the development of a welcoming culture. PlurAlps will contribute to this seminar which will take place from 11th to 13th May 2017 in Salecina, Grisons, Switzerland.

  • PlurAlps: New services for the integration of immigrants in the Bregenzerwald

    Migration is important to keep society in the Austrian Bregenzerwald functioning in times of brain drain and an ageing population. In the framework of the Alpine-wide PlurAlps project, the Bregenzerwald wants to get active for more pluralism. The foundation for this has been laid during a workshop on 18th March 2017 in Bezau.

  • PlurAlps meets EUSALP

    The EU strategy for the Alpine region, EUSALP, constitutes a strategic agenda that should guide relevant policy instruments at EU, national and regional level. On 15th February 2017, several Alpine Space projects, among which PlurAlps, were invited to the EUSALP Forum in Garmisch-Partenkirchen/D to identify thematic overlaps and potentials for creating mutual synergies.

  • Interreg response to migration challenges: PlurAlps in Brussels

    Interreg programmes are investigating their specific role in addressing the current migration challenges. On invitation by the European Commission, PlurAlps contributed to a network meeting on 1st February 2017 in Brussels with views from the first Alpine Space Interreg project on this issue.

  • Project kick-off: Towards a welcoming culture in the Alps

    PlurAlps is off to a good start for the next three years of project implementation. Representatives from all project partners gathered on 11th and 12th January 2017 in Dornbirn, Austria, to kick off their activities for more pluralistic societies in the Alps.