Enhancing capacities for a pluralistic Alpine Space


  • Statistical Dossier on Immigration published for Bolzano and Italy 2017

    Reliable data is important for working on the topic of migration as it lays the basis for discussing it open-mindedly.The latest data on migration for the Autonomous Province of South Tyrol-Bolzano and all other Italian regions has now been published in the «Dossier Statistico Immigrazione 2017».

  • Alpine Pluralism Award – spreading the word!

    In South Tyrol, media reported about the launch of the Alpine Pluralism Award 2018, encouraging enterprises, private persons and associations to submit welcoming projects.

  • Immigration in the Alps: a chance for social innovation?

    How is the reception, the welcoming and integration of migrants organized in the Alps and in Italy? What are the characteristics of a successful welcoming culture? How can well-functioning integration foster social innovation – and the other way around? Regional development experts of Eurac Research and researchers of the Dislivelli association from Turin tackled these and other questions at a seminar in Bolzano on 23 and 24 November 2017.

  • Exchange of good practice in Lyon

    At the third partner meeting of PlurAlps in Lyon, France, the project consortium exchanged experiences in the field of migration with observer groups from Sweden and Norway.

  • Alpine Pluralism Award 2018

    Are you involved in activities that support the integration of migrants and a pluralistic Alpine Space?
    Then take the opportunity and go for the Alpine Pluralism Award 2018!