Living together, not a given

By Christian BlockLex Kleren Switch to German for original article

The municipal integration commissions are an important source of impetus for living together in the municipalities - at least in theory. Because in practice their role is often secondary. On possible perspectives.

"If we have suggestions, the municipality is always on our side", says Larysa Mallardi-Petrova. The Ukrainian has been involved in the integration commission of the municipality of Schifflange for three years and is satisfied with the functioning of the advisory body. The mother, who has lived in the country for 20 years, has always asked herself what she could improve for people moving to the southern municipality, she tells the Lëtzebuerger Journal.

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