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Notes on migrant entrepreneurship

SIED and EVU [1] led an EU transnational project on migrant entrepreneurship called [Building entrepreneurship] other partners included Un Sol Mon from Catalunia and Hungary

MILE is an Urbact 2 project working on migrant entrepreneurship led by City of Venice and involving 10 cities. It reported progress at an Amadora meeting in February 2008.

Jan Rath led a project for IMES the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies at University of Amsterdam and Triodos Facet for the European Union. their final report Examination and evaluation of good practices in the promotion of ethnic minority entrepreneurs was published by the Commission in March 08 link

EMN European Micro Finance Network led a project under the INTI programme on Micro finance and migrants [2]

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