The project seeks to improve integration processes for young people of immigrant origin, including newcomers and refugees. Through working with youth, newly arrived young migrants can count on the help they need to learn and adopt European values. In addition, youth work fosters intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding between newly arrived young immigrants, refugees and host communities. In order for this beneficial impact to be achieved, youth workers and youth work organizations must efficiently approach young migrants and maintain close cooperation with public services and civil society organizations. The project started in 2016 and lasts for 2 years. This project involves partners from 5 countries: Spain, Greece, United Kingdom, Bulgaria and Italy. More information about the resources and results of the project in: www.reachingout-myproject.eu
The main objective of this project is the social integration of adults, mainly migrants and refugees, through models of integral education, based on the best practices and strategies developed in the European context with potential for transfer to new local contexts. In the project we will train educators, who already possess the basic skills, on the best principles of effective and effective work in the field of education of adult refugees and members of other vulnerable groups and helping in their integration into society and labour market. The project is made up of 7 partners from Spain, Italy, Great Britain, Slovenia, Greece, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic, with experience in adult education and strong professional networks at the local, regional and national levels. With this base, 5 training activities for educators working in the fields of adult education and the integration of refugees will be developed in each country. These training activities will be based on non-formal learning methods, flexible modules and the use of ICT. This training program will be complemented by a number of dissemination events, including 8 exhibitions, 3 concerts, 8 round tables, 6 press conferences and 2 training workshops.
Solidaridad Sin Fronteras coordinates this project in which participates several European partners and one Spanish partner (Guaraní Association). The main objective of the project is to identify and exchange at a transnational level good practices to promote the social integration of immigrant youth through social participation. These good practices will be identified at local and regional level in three countries on the Mediterranean axis of the EU. The project also aims to generate a guide to disseminate the good practices identified, so that they can be replicated in other regions of other EU member countries. The expected result is that the process of identifying and disseminating good practices to promote the social integration of young people through social participation helps to prevent social conflicts associated with the exclusion and/or radicalization of this group. More information about the project on: https://www.apartofeu.eu
The objectives of this Erasmus + project were aimed at disseminating and sharing knowledge on the inclusion of young migrants in the workplace, making a comparative study of the causes of migration of young people in the North African regions, Middle East and Central Asia, support in the transfer of research methodologies developed by the project partners useful for public administrations and the private sector, and develop an awareness environment about the advantages of a multicultural work environment. The project partners came from Spain, Turkey, France, Italy, Sweden, Latvia, Greece, Morocco and Romania.
This project has as a priority the research and development of innovative practices in the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for the literacy of adult migrants (recently arrived migrants, migrant women, refugees, asylum seekers, etc.). The project will develop 8 "Toolboxes" with the best practices to develop methodologies that allow the digital literacy of these populations, so that they can have access to these technologies and make good use of them, so that they exercise their right as citizens. to information and make informed decisions. The project team consists of 9 partners from 8 countries (Spain, Italy, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland, Estonia and Slovakia), with experience in formal, non-formal and informal teaching methods.
The Erasmus + Sports Project "Network" seeks to promote social inclusion and the integration of young migrants through sports, as well as fight against discrimination in their access, intolerance, violence and the difficult problem of doping. The project is aimed at students of primary and secondary schools with the aim of promoting and facilitating interaction and social and intercultural inclusion processes. The project intends to create an international network to encourage a real integration process and is conceived as the first step to carry out and develop future deeper actions aimed at improving the problems related to the phenomenon of integration and issues related to the sport.
The Erasmus + PaRentsEdu project has the objective of actively involving parents and mothers in the educational process of their children, mainly in extracurricular activities (home-schooling, alternative schools, individual learning, sports activities, etc.), so that they are a key factor for girls and boys to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to face new challenges in the field of education and facing the professional future. For this, the 7 project partners (from Spain, Poland, Portugal, France, Turkey, Romania and Macedonia) will jointly develop a professional toolbox and an online educational platform with the necessary resources (training modules, materials, recommendations, etc.) so that fathers and mothers play a more relevant role in the education of their children.
The main objective of this project is to strengthen the professional development of teachers of students up to 7 years old through professional tools at European level and online courses using training platforms.The aim is to promote:
Positive behavior in class, regular attendance at school and improving the learning process. Train teachers on processes and new teaching methods at European level.
Provide teachers with new methods of non-formal education in their daily work in the classroom with children to achieve a positive school climate.
Provideteachers with basic skills in order to prepare children to enter and succeed in the classroom.
Improving the quality of teachers in the monitoring and detection of risk factors for school attendance.
Helping children in personal development and improve learning motivation.
The project consists of a consortium of experts’ partners Spain, UK, Italy, Austria, Greece and Germany. SSF is the Spanish partner in the development and implementation of the project at all stages in Spain
The LIGHTHOUSE project aims to support learning and employability of the immigrant population in a coordinated and permanent way at a communitarian level.
This project arises from the lack of a unified and personalized tool to provide professional advice and guidance to immigrants and helps to evaluate their knowledge and skills, improving and promoting their integration into the European labor market.
Currently only a few European countries have set up public access points that make up the different learning services, such as validating prior learning and career guidance, offering programs tailored to individual beneficiaries. Through the Lighthouse project a model and some innovative tools to support learning throughout life and career of migrants through counseling and recognition of prior learning will be established, to improve their skills, employability and mobility. This training method is called OUSE (counseling and recognition of prior learning adapted to improve the skills, employability and mobility).
SSF is a leading organization interacting with other European organizations with extensive experience in the field of immigration as INFODEF from Valladolid, BEST from Austria, ITG Conseil from France, Rogaland School and Business Development from Norway, IASIS NGO from Greece, and Cardet from Cyprus.
KEEP ON project aims to enhance the professional development of school educators and teachers, equipping them with innovative apporches and methodologies -as Dialogic learning, to foster an active role of students in the teaching and learning process. This will help school professionals to manage Cultural Diversity in order to prevent dropout of migrants and ethic minorities.
Five partner organizations (including one Regional Directorate of Education, a Secondary School, a social organization and a private educational entity) from four countries (Spain, Turkey, Greece and Austria) shall jointly work to develop this project.