The project "Employment 4 Inclusion" (E4I) focuses on one of the biggest challenges in the integration of migrants, newcomers, asylum seekers and refugees (MRSR) in Europe: how to offer the best intervention model to promote their social and labour inclusion. Greece, Italy and currently Spain are the main destinations for migratory flows to the EU, while France and Denmark host refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. Although the profiles of the target groups are slightly different in the partner countries (nationalities, type of migration, etc.), they all share common needs in terms of social and labour market inclusion.
The objective of Employment 4 Inclusion is to promote the social and labour market inclusion of migrants, newcomers, asylum seekers and refugees (MSRS) by providing professionals with the necessary guidance and tools to support this group in collaboration with public bodies and businesses.
What are the objectives of Employment 4 Inclusion?
- To develop and offer a comprehensive training programme for professionals with the most innovative tools and an interactive model for social and labour inclusion of MRSR
- To provide professionals working with migrants with the guidance and tools necessary to carry out a comprehensive support of MRSR with the support and collaboration of public bodies and companies.
- Promote the social inclusion and civic participation of SRHR by developing their labour and social skills, as well as by developing and testing effective methods to reach these population groups.
- To offer practical solutions and policy recommendations for institutions, companies and social organisations at local, regional, national and European level, in order to improve the social and labour inclusion of MRSR.
The project has just started and from now on you will receive regular updates on the project's activities and events so that you can participate.
The countries that are part of the project consortium are:
Period of implementation: 2019-2021
This project has been financed with the support of the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained there in.