Draft CWA “Mediation Grammar: a standard to enable migrants integration”

The CEN Workshop “Mediation Grammar: a standard to enable migrants integration”, has developed  its first draft CWA.

The document contains a user-based summative testing methodology for the measurement of the extent to which basic public services are provided in a non-discriminatory manner to their intended beneficiaries, including, but not limited to, foreign expats, regular immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers, with a special focus on their level of empowerment.


This is defined by the ISO/TR 21276:2018 as “the [process of] expansion of people’s ability to make strategic life choices in a context where this ability was previously denied to them”.

The purpose of this document is to provide an analytical description and exemplification of the proposed methodological approach, without providing any results from its implementation or discussion of any initial findings.


The Mediation Grammar at the heart of the Workshop’s scope is a collection of minimum requirements developed in the framework of the innovation project EasyRights, which aims to enforce the informational rights of foreign (non-EU) immigrants, asylum seekers, and refugees legally entitled to stay in the European Union.


The draft CWA  is now available for commenting. You are kindly invited to submit comments on the draft CWA to the WS secretary Mario Gallo (mario.gallo@uni.com) by 14 April 2023, using the below commenting form.


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