Permanent observatory of Immigration in Sigüenza, Guadalajara (OPASI)
The aim of this observatory is to achieve the social-educative inclusion and labour integration through the analysis and assessment of the socioeconomic context and the coordination between the various local actors in order to enable a concerted action.
Permanent observatory of Immigration in Guadalajara (OPEGU)
In 2003, this device was launched in order to achieve the social-educative inclusion and labour integration of the fewer fortunate people of the area. Its establishment supposed a better knowledge of the companies and bodies from the area, as well as having encouraged spatial development.
Created in January 2001 on the basis of the European Health Program from the ‘Maison Médicale d’Ougrée’ (as Ougrée’s Surgery), asbl Optim@ is active in Seraing, a city of 60.000 inhabitants located in the industrial area of Liège and which is currently in a real socioeconomic reconversion. Optim@ comes in a local development approach oriented towards the improvement of people’ welfare and which especially cares about the social inclusion of people in a very unstable situation.
For many years now, the Durbuy, Hotton, LaRoche, Rendeux and Erezée municipalities have been investing in a volunteer policy in terms of local development and employment improvement. The INTEGRA PLUS Association continually draws up the socioeconomic analysis of the region in order to develop innovating actions which would encourage the access to employment and the improvement of the population welfare.
The project refers to building trade that is relevant for regional employment which occupations have strongly evolved and skills level has increased, but which is nevertheless facing recruitment difficulties.
Observatoire des Territoires (territorial Observatory), France
The portal of the "Observatoire des territoires" (territorial Observatory) offers the general public access to a selection of informative documents on local territories in France, which are prepared by public organisations. It provides links to interministerial sites designed to address various issues and themes and present local territories. These sites are representative of the challenges involved in creating public policies on spatial planning and development.
Permanent Socio-economic observatory of Immigration in Asturies (ODINA)
ODINA is a group composed of different bodies and institutions (public, private, NGOs, trade unions, associations) which intervenes in a direct and lateral way with a collective of immigrants, on aspects linked to the integration and social promotion of this collective in the Asturies region (health, education, employment, housing, training, etc.). One of the main objectives ODINA aims to achieve consists in analyzing and assessing in a dynamic way the socioeconomic context in which immigrants in Asturies live. This group is in charge of implementing and developing the Permanent Socioeconomic Observatory of Immigration in Asturies; methodology, territorial diagnosis, territorial indicators, actors repertory and actions one.