MaryKate Smith and Shumaem bin Wasim, two representatives of Subjective Values Foundation participated in the Final Conference of the DRIM project (Danube Region Information Platform for Economic Integration of Migrants) in Zagreb on 7th of May 2019, where they reported on their experiences in Hungary.
The main results of the DRIM project were presented at the conference, including Danube Compass which is a free innovative informational tool offering useful information in five languages (Hungarian, English, Chinese, Arabic and Russian) for foreigners. It helps in general orientation, employment and education issues. It also provides information on health care and insurance relations, daily life, Hungarian customs, festivals and culture. You can read more about it here.