This section provides links to useful resources, both in and outside the Council of Europe.

Council of Europe websites

Language Policy Programme (main website):

  Special Representative of the Secretary General on migration and refugees

North-South Centre (Partial Agreement)

ECRI (European Commission against racism and intolerance)

Committee of Ministers*:

Parliamentary Assembly (PACE)*:

 PACE Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons
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Congress of Local and Regional Authorities*:

Migration and Human Rights:

European Centre for Modern Languages [ECML] (Partial Agreement):

* Integration of Adult Migrants and Education : Extracts from Conventions, Recommendations and Resolutions  (Council of Europe, 1968-2015). Compilation prepared by the Language Policy Programme.

International organisations and bodies

The resources made available below for information do not necessarily reflect the Council of Europe's policy or position.

European Commission

European Web Site on Integration

European Integration Forum (in co-operation with the European Economic and Social Committee)


International Migration policies and data (reports, seminars, statistics, etc.)

Thematic Review on Migrant Education (mainly addresses migrant children but also extends to adult migrants)


ALTE (participatory status)

The Association of Language Testers in Europe:
The ALTE Code of practice (Principles of Good Practice)

ALTE and in particular its LAMI group has made significant contributions to the LIAM programme and this website

 EALTA (participatory status)

European Association for Language Testing and Assessment

EAQUALS (participatory status)

Evaluation & Accreditation of Quality in Language Services:

ALTE and EAQUALS are special partners to the LIAM programme

Other links

fide : an ambitious project to support the linguistic integration of migrants, developed by the Federal Office for Migration (Switzerland)

 Life, All-In: Erasmus+ project - Toolkit for blending formal, non-formal & informal L2 learning to enhance social inclusion of the adult learners (including adult migrants)