This project continues and extends the work of the IMISCOE/IOM European Survey on Migration and Health (ID 70). It aims to give European health care workers and researchers access to a comprehensive body of knowledge which they can draw upon when trying to develop good practices. This will be done by setting up in each country an open-access, cumulative data base or ‘wiki’. The wikis to be developed in this project will be used by professionals, policy makers, researchers, educators and representatives of migrants and minority groups within each country, as a knowledge base and a forum for exchanging information and ideas. The sites will use the national language(s) of the country in question. Links will also be provided to wikis in other countries, so that users can look ‘over the border’ to see what has been discovered and developed elsewhere. On a separate site, summaries in English of the ‘state of the art’ in each country will be maintained. A central site will be maintained for issues that are not limited to one country. During the project, an Expert Meeting will be organised in each country to disseminate the results; the overall conclusions will be presented at a closing conference in Brussels. Sixteen countries will be covered: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.