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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (December 2009) This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) The Ignaz-Glaser-Symposium has been carried out since 2006 in Bürmoos near Salzburg by the Salzburger Bildungswerk. Bürmoos was founded by the Prague Entrepreneur Ignaz Glaser in the 1880s. Therefore the town of Bürmoos is a relatively young town compared to the other establishments in the neighbourhood. As Bürmoos has emerged through immigration and has consistently grown, the integration of new Citizens is positively perceived. Inspired by this circumstance, the organisers of the 1. Ignaz-Glaser-Symposions searched for towns with a similar background and initiated an exchange of experiences. Therefore, representatives from Braunau/Inn, Freilassing, Hallein, Mauthausen, Telfs, Traunreut and Waldkraiburg will meet for this exchange of experiences in the community centre of Bürmoos between 21-23 April 2006. This Symposium, led by Andreas Maislinger, will annually take place at the end of April and be devoted to the issue of integration. UNITED for Intercultural Action included the 1. Ignaz-Glaser-Symposium as 'good practice' in its 'Calendar of Internationalism', a project which publishes information about important events, seminars, training courses conferences, demonstrations, exhibitions, festivals etc. in the field of anti-racism, anti-nationalism, anti-fascism, support of migrants and refugees and human rights.