The revival of the integration of migrants in Brasov


The project aims to improve and increase the quality of information and counseling services of our center, modernize the Information Point for foreigners opened in 2014 at the Immigration Service in Brasov County, increase the capacity of immigrants by learning Romanian, develop self-help initiatives and socio-cultural activities for migrants, advocacy actions for authorities, public institutions and the private sector for the socio-economic inclusion of immigrants and organizational development activities of the association.
Financing line: EEA and Norwegian Grants 2014-2021 through the ACTIVE CITIZENS FUND Romania program
Call # 7 – Advocacy actions for the social inclusion of vulnerable groups
Budget: € 146,131.04
Duration: 24 months (March 2021- February 2023)
Partner: Romanian National Council for Refugees


The project intends to help migrants to actively participate in the cultural, social and economic life of Brasov. 


We will organize a series of Romanian language classes on different levels (A1, A2 and B1 levels). The Romanian language will be acquired through formal and informal activities that will complement each other thus the Romanian language learning to be complete. 



We will organize different information sessions and other socio-cultural activities for migrants (cinema, theater, opera, museums, trips in Brasov and outside Brasov, sports activities, trips to the salon and barber shop, different thematic sessions such as acquiring long term residence and the Romanian citizenship, family reunion procedure, how to access the Romanian medical system, how to become self-sustainable and get a job, etc)






 Advocacy activities to promote the economic integration of immigrants. Activities done for employers and immigrants. In many situations, migrants and refugees do not know all their rights, therefore these advocacy sessions are organized.


Brasov Multicultural Day is an annual celebration of the Migrant Integration Center in the city of Brasov, Romania, intended to educate, impact upon and promote cultural diversity. The activities promote and engage intercultural dialogue, improve mutual understanding, communication and cooperation among people from different cultures and combat stereotypes and prejudices.

The event has two components: show on the stage and cultural exhibitions.



Help Desk / Info Point at tke Migrant Integration Center office

Migrant Integration Center Brasov, Mihail Kogălniceanu street, no. 17, Building C4, 3rd floor, apartment 9 Brașov 500090

Through the Help Desk/Info Point opened at our office we offer information such as: obtaining a residence permit, how to enroll in a Romanian language cours, recognition of studies, obtaining a medical insurance, enrolling with a family doctor, obtaining a child allowance, enrolling children in school, employment conditions for foreign citizens, obtaining a long-term residence permit, obtaining Romanian citizenship, other various information. 



In 2014 our organization has opened an Information Point for foreign citizens at the headquarters of the Immigration Service in Brasov. Now, it has been modernized and improved with ergonomic tables and chairs, modern bilingual Romanian – English display; friendly messages wishing “Welcome” in several foreign languages ​​to those who choose Brasov as their new home. The information point is constantly fed with multilingual materials (English, Chinese, Turkish, Arabic, French, other foreign languages) that aim to inform foreigners in Brasov and their family members about how to better integrate, about their rights and obligations in Romania,  legislative news in the field and the services offered by our center and other organizations in the field.

Information Point at the Immigration Service in Brasov

Immigration Service in Brasov, Nicolae Titulescu street, number 28, Brasov 500103




The visit of our partners from the National Romanian Council for Refugees at the Migrant Integration Center for organizational development activities and transfer of know-how in the field of migration (July 2021).


Press releases


TV news


EN: The project is implemented by the Romanian Association for the Promotion of Quality and Best Practices in partnership with the Romanian National Council for Refugees Foundation and benefits from a 146.131 euros grant from Active Citizens Fund Romania, programme funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants Grants 2014 -2021. The content of this website does not necessarily reflect the official position of the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021; for more information visit More details about Active Citizens Fund Romania are available at


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