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Support platform for migration and health (MILSA)

Funding: European Refugee Fund (2013-2015)

Participants: Carin Björngren Cuadra (MIM), Lars Lagergren, Malmö University, Slobodan Zdravkovic, Malmö University, Per-Olof Östergren, Lund University. 

Partners: MIM, Malmö University (project owner), The Public Employment Service, Skåne’s Municipality Union, the municipalities of Helsingborg, Kristianstad, Lund and Malmö, Lund’s University, The County Administrative Boards and Region Skåne and Ministry of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Bonn, Germany. 

MILSA comprises of four sub-projects. They address issues such as the health of newly arrived refugees, the implementation of of evaluation of individuals work ability, how physical activity can be stimulated and the needs of newly arrived refugees when it comes to health information. All projects will be conduced in knowledge alliances between researchers, practitioners and newly arrived refugees. By developing new knowledge, collaboration processes and enabling environments the platform is aiming at promoting labour market integration which is related to actual needs of newly arrived refugees.








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