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StreetCALLE FERRAZ, 100 
Address 28008 - MADRID (Spain) 
Phone+34 91 5473480 
Social Mediahttps://twitter.com/infoCOLPOLSOC
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)11-25 
Organisation TypeNon profit 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Demography
» Ethnic studies
» Gender and sexuality studies
» Political science
» Sociology
» Migration
» Media and socio-cultural communication

 Brief description of your activity focus
We have experience in European projects regarding migration issues

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
The Professional Association of Political Scientists and Sociologists (Colegio Profesional de
Politólogos y Sociólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid, CPS) is a non-profit research and education
official public corporation. Its mission is to support the professional development of sociologists
and political scientists, to analyse and research political and social issues, and to provide expert
consultancy to public entities.
The permanent research staff is specialized in different methodological approaches, both
qualitative and quantitative, and offers a transdisciplinary background from sociology, political
science, social psychology, social research methodology, applied social research and data
analysis. Our team has a vast experience of carrying out high impact social research both at the
national level as well as in the European framework, with particular focus on migration and
youth studies.
We have a longstanding history of collaboration with relevant national and local/regional public
institutions, policymakers and stakeholders such as the Spanish Youth Institute, the General
Directorate of Social Affairs and Social Integration of the Government of Community of Madrid,
and other professional associations and public bodies. We are part of the Monitoring
Commission of the Refugee Service of the Community of Madrid together with relevant
stakeholders in the area.
Our offices are located in the centre of Madrid. CPS provides all standard equipment for social
research, project management and communication.
In addition, CPS has more than 10.400 registered members, more than 2.600 followers on
Twitter and 1.300 on Facebook; a network that facilitates successful dissemination of projects
and research findings. We are in touch with more than 3.500 institutions (enterprises and
NGO´s), being able to reach agreements with entities and easily recruit samples for social
sciences research
 Research Activities

 EU Framework Programme related activities:
» MIGRATION-04-2020: Inclusive and innovative practices for the integration of recently arrived migrants in local communities
» MIGRATION-09-2020: Narratives on migration and its impact: past and present
» MIGRATION-10-2020: Sustainable practices for the integration of newly arrived migrants into societies
» TRANSFORMATIONS-10-2020: Evolving European media landscapes and Europeanisation
» SU-GOVERNANCE-09-2020: Addressing radicalization through social inclusion
» SU-GOVERNANCE-21-2020: Developing deliberative and participatory democracies through experimentation

 Project participation
Project #1
Project TypeH2020
Project TitleMapping mobility - pathways, institutions and structural effects of youth mobility in Europe (2015-2018)
Specific ThemeYouth and migration
Project websitehttp://www.move-project.eu/
Project #2
Project TypeH2020
Project TitleMigrant Integration Cockpits and Dashboards
Specific ThemeMigration , integration, technology
Project websitehttps://www.micadoproject.eu/
CoordinatorHafenCity University Hamburg

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
H2020 MICADO Migrant Integration Cockpits and Dashboards (2019-2022)
https://www.micadoproject.eu: Grant Agreement No. 822717. MICADO aims to
facilitate the exchange between migrants, public authorities and engaged civic society
and ease migrants’ access to regular social systems (housing, education, health care,
and labour) and counselling services through attractive digital services.
• H2020 MOVE Mapping mobility - pathways, institutions and structural effects of youth
mobility in Europe (2015-2018) http://www.move-project.eu/ Grant Agreement No.
• YOUTH WIKI (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016) https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/nationalpolicies/en/youthwiki European
Commission, Education and Youth Policy Analysis Unit,
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA A7). Initiative Grant
Agreement Nr 2017-0258/001-001 together with the EURYDICE and the Mobility
• CAPABLE 2018: Female migrants and refugees inclusion from a diversity perspective
(2018) is a project funded by the Community of Madrid, focused on the elaboration of
a collaborative campaign to raise awareness about the multiple discrimination that
migrant and refugee women face, based on an up-to-date diagnosis of the
vulnerabilities they face, from the protagonist and an intersectional gender perspective.
• ORIENTA, FORMA E INSERTA: Counselling, training and job placement (2018) is a project
funded by the Community of Madrid. Its main objectives were to achieve the
incorporation or reincorporation into the labour market of immigrants whose
characteristics or social situation conditioned their integration; offer social and labour
counselling; provide adequate training; foster integration into labour by promoting
employment, self-employment and entrepreneurship.
• Training Program for the design of a New Approach System for Attention to Asylum or
Refugee Seekers in the Community of Madrid (2017-16), funded by the Community of
Madrid, is a professional training course aimed at both municipal technicians and NGO
workers who work with asylum seekers and refugees.

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