The MICADO team is once again inviting the interested public to attend the MIGRATION POLICY ROUNDTABLE, organized in collaboration with the sister projects EASYRIGHTS, MIICT, WELCOME, MICADO, NADINE, REBUILD. The Policy Roundtable will be centred on the topics of sustainability and the development of (technical) tools...

  One basic principle of MICADO is the involvement of local stakeholders and experts to bring their experience and knowledge into the development of the MICADO applications. MICADO should offer a real added value and for this their involvement is absolutely mandatory. The stakeholders originate mainly...

Featured Image: "crossroads" by Laenulfean is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 This year the first release of MICADO will be tested in the four MICADO cities Antwerp, Bologna, Hamburg and Madrid. Preparations for this are in full swing. There is a small deviation from the original project roadmap: According to...

Finally, we are entering the pilot phase! In a structured approach, local participants from public authorities, civil society and the target group of migrants and refugees are invited to test MICADO and express their feedback. MICADO is being piloted in the cities of Antwerp, Bologna,...

The MICADO project is implemented in four city clusters that also pilot the MICADO applications. In Antwerp, Bologna, Hamburg and Madrid a Public Authority partner, a Higher Education partner and a technical development partner built a strong team for the development, realization and implementation of...

The year 2021 is all about piloting MICADO and the associated involvement of the target groups and gathering feedback. While the technical development and content collection will be completed in the first months, the usability test will start in April. Starting in June, all those...

An eventful MICADO project year is coming to an end and we would like to take the time to look back at the past activities. In 2020, the project team developed a so-called Minimal Viable Product (MVP) from the results of the co-creation process. This MVP...

  The integration of migrants in many Member States of the European Union and Associated Countries remains a challenge for both public authorities and local communities. MIICT, Re-Build, NADINE, MICADO, WELCOME and EasyRights are Horizon 2020-co-funded initiatives who work towards the development of ICT-enabled solutions and toolkits...

The MICADO consortium decided in summer to conduct a first test-run with the three MICADO target groups a) public authorities, b) civil society organisations (associations, initiatives) and c) migrants and refugees. While the target groups are continuously informed about the progress of MICADO in annual...