About the project


Danube Compass was created as a part of the project Danube Region Information Platform for Economic Integration of Migrants (DRIM), co-funded by European Union (ERDF, IPA) through Danube Transnational Programme. The goal of the project is to enhance capacities of public institutions for enabling migrants’ economic integration in the eight countries of the Danube Region.
More about the project: http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/drim

Authors of Danube Compass:

  • Austria: GS gain&sustain OG Martina Maria Linzer & Marta Ribas Romeu (Arrival and Stay, Work, Education, subchapters within Everyday Life – Housing, Social Support 2nd part, Driving and Transport, Health); Caritas Academy of Diocese Graz-Seckau Anton Fink, Claudia Moser (Learning Local Language and subchapters within Everyday Life — People with special needs, Participating in society, 1st part of Social Support)
  • Czech Republic: SPF Group, s.r.o. Marie Vašáková, Dr. Josef Miškovský, Josef Mareš, Jiří Třešňák, Ladislav Marek, Mrs. Richterová and Hana Semerádová (Centre for support of the integration of foreigners – Ústí Region/ Centrum na podporu integrace cizinců v Ústeckém kraji)
  • Croatia: Centre for Peace Studies Sara Kekuš, Emina Bužinkić, Lea Horvat and Tea Vidović
  • Germany: City of Munich, Department of Labour and Economic Development, Local Employment and Qualification Policy and AMIGA, GründerRegio M e.V., Andra Barboni, Dr. Antje Kohlrusch, and Vera Wagner
  • Hungary: Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Máté Szalók; Komárom-Esztergom Megyei Területfejlesztési Kft.
  • Serbia: Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights — YUCOM Marija Stijepović, Velimir Petrović, Ana Janković Jovanović, Momčilo Živadinović
  • Slovakia: Institute of Ethnology, Slovak Academy of Sciences / Ústav etnológie Slovenskej akadémie vied Zuzana Bargerová, Boris Divinský, Miroslava Hlinčíková
  • Slovenia: Employment Service of Slovenia Blanka Rihter, Nina Marin, Robert Modrijan, subchapter Health is co-authored with Uršula Lipovec Čeborn, Sara Pistotnik and Lea Bombač.

Project partners:

  • Austria: GS gain&sustain, Caritas Academy of Diocese Graz-Seckau
  • Czech Republic: SPF group
  • Croatia: Centre for Peace Studies
  • Germany: City of Munich, Department of Labour and Economic Development, Local Employment and Qualification Policy
  • Hungary: Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency
  • Serbia: Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights — YUCOM
  • Slovakia: Institute of Ethnology, Slovak Academy of Sciences
  • Slovenia: Slovenian Migration Institute ZRC SAZU, Employment Service of Slovenia

DC is available in 8 countries and in 19 languages:

  • Austria: English, German, Turkish, Arabic, Serbian
  • Czech Republic: English, Czech, Russian, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
  • Croatia: English, Croatian, Arabic, Farsi, Urdu
  • Germany: English, German, French, Bulgarian, Romanian
  • Hungary: English, Hungarian, Arabic, Russian, Chinese
  • Serbia: English, Serbian, Farsi, Russian, Chinese
  • Slovakia: English, Slovak, Serbian, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
  • Slovenia: English, Slovenian, Albanian, Bosnian, Russian