The aim of project PROMISE (Promoting refugee Integration Support through youth Engagement: the 1951 Convention and nowadays’ refugees; ref. no. 576540-CITIZ-1-2016-1-LT-CITIZ-REMEM) was to promote better understanding of European decisions for refugees in host communities through: a) creation of discussion forums around key concerns in Europe due to refugee emergency in the context of the 1951 Refugee Convention, and b) development of tools for youth engagement in refugee integration at (trans) national level. The aims of the project were be achieved by creation of an informal transnational network of youth motivated to support the integration refugees.

The project was coordinated by Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania), with the cooperation of the following partners:

  • Lithuanian Youth Council (LiJOT) (Lithuania)
  • The Association of Local Authorities in Lithuania (Lithuania)
  • Foundation for Access to Rights – FAR (Bulgaria)
  • Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek (Croatia)
  • University of Pécs (Hungary)
  • University of Catania (Italy)
  • London South Bank University (United Kingdom)
  • Associazione AccoglieRete per la Tutela dei MSNA (Italy)
  • Volunteer Centre Osijek (VCO) (Croatia)