The City Hall will support MILMA as an labour and multicultural inclusion policy, at least until 2023
Although MILMA Project has not finished yet and the evaluation process is underway, the City Hall will support its continuation during the following years because of the conclusions of the preliminary results.
MILMA Project has proved the benefits of promoting public and private collaboration and the importance of generating needed pieces of training that indeed respond to the labour market demands. In this sense, MILMA seems to be an innovative key for the labour market since it showed the importance of adjusting to companies' request and promoting job creation.
Moreover, MILMA has also worked in favour of multicultural inclusion. The results of the three-month survey regarding multiculturalism showed that 135 interviewed participants from 175 (results obtained from 3 editions. 33,14% are immigrant or refugee people it means, and 66,85 are local people) consider they have a better knowledge about other cultures thanks to MILMA. Furthermore, 135 participants also maintain that MILMA provided them with new relationships with people from different cultures. In this sense, we could even conclude that 77% of interviewed participants have improved exchanges and levels of mutual knowledge through the collaborative works in the labs.
For these reasons, MILMA is considered a relevant initiative for promoting job creation and multicultural inclusion in cities, and that is why Fuenlabrada will continue supporting MILMA with its funds.