The V4NIEM (Visegrad Countries National Integration Evaluation Mechanism) and subseqent 2nd phase project V4NIEM 2020-2021 are part of a broader European project NIEM. These projects focus on longterm evaluation of integration policies (IPs) in V4 countries. The goal is to improve integration of migrants and refugees and beneficiaries of international protection (BIPs) through research, networking of stekeholders and common advocacy in V4 countries in order to enhance IPs and prevent maladaptation of newcomers and potential mutual aggression between migrants and majority.

Project duration: NIEM: 1 September 2015 – 30 September 2021; V4NIEM: 2016-2019 (Phase 1) – 2020-2021 (Phase 2)


Czechia: People in Need (project leader)

Poland: Fundacja Instytut Spraw Publicznych (Institute of Public Affairs)

Hungary: Menedék Migránsokat Segítő Egyesület (Menedék Hungarian Association for Migrants)

Slovakia: Marginal

Grant awarded from International Visegrad Fund for 2020-2021: 30,390 EUR 

Project target groups/stakeholders:

Central and local policy makers / officials and civil servants

Representatives of NGOs with the focus on BIPs and migrants.



BIPs and migrants organization representatives


The V4NIEM project is co-financed with the Visegrad Fund within the Visegrad Strategic Grant (1st phase) and Visegrad Grant (2nd phase).

The Visegrad Fund is not responsible for the content any output of the project or for their use. Partners bear exclusive responsibility.