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    Employment 4 Inclusion project (E4I) focuses on one of the biggest challenges regarding the integration of migrants, newcomers, asylum seekers and refugees (MNAR) in Europe: how to deliver the best intervention model to promote their social and labour inclusion.

  • Keep on (2016-2018)

    The aim of the project was to support and train educational professionals (formal and non-formal) to prevent the school abandonment of immigrant students, refugees and asylum seekers.

    More than 3,000 professionals participated in the project, which developed 4 intellectual products:
    1. Database of good practices in the prevention of school abandonment.
    2. Training curriculum for professionals.
    Pedagogical manual for professionals.
    4. Professional Toolbox to prevent school abandonment

  • Lighthouse project (2014-2017)

    The Erasmus + Lighthouse Project was developed by Solidaridad Sin Fronteras between 2014 and 2017, and was awarded as good practice by the European Commission. Lighthouse establishes a model and innovative tools to support migrants' lifelong learning and careers, through counselling and recognition of prior learning, to improve their skills, employability and mobility. The results and intellectual products are accessible through its website:


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    Transversal Model for Migrants

    The project aims to develop a new operational framework for trainers, educators, social workers and, in general, any professional who works with migrants to carry out the recognition and development of transversal skills for migrants in order to improve their employability and entrepreneurial spirit, and thereby improve the social and economic inclusion of these groups in Europe.

    The partners come from France, Spain (SSF), Greece, Bulgaria, Portugal, Cyprus and Turkey.

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    Boosting Refugees’ Access to Employment (BREFE)

    This project is aimed at developing innovative tools to improve and accelerate the access of migrants and asylum seekers to employment.

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    The "YouthEd" Project aims to encourage youth workers through the development of their capacity and competencies as well as to share good practices in different fields of expertise of the consortium related to migrants and refugees in the field of the school opportunities.

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    ACTIVE_U is an european KA2 “Erasmus +” project that aims to provide youth workers with skills and learning that make them capable of stimulating inclusive and innovative sports actions that are reflected in the proactivity of young people, not only for sports practice but also for citizenship. The project is composed of partners from Protugal, Italy and Spain (SSF).

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    The No Gaps Project aims to create an integral and replicable methodology of intervention at European level for professionals working with young migrant women, asylum-seekers and refugees.

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    Key-Co System

    The project will help to improve and extend the provision of high quality learning opportunities tailored to the needs of low-skilled adults in order to better acquire key skills. To this end it will be strengthened the educational and empowerment paths of adult learners (migrant population) and will be promoted the updating, cooperation and development of innovative practices among teachers and educators of institutions and organizations working in the field of adult education.

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    UpGrad_Me project pretends to create resources for youth workers to help migrant youths utilise social media for personal branding: presenting themselves in a professional manner to potential employers, creating videos of them describing their competences (to add to their CVs) or using Google Tools present on their smart phones (Google Docs, etc) which can help them enhance their employability. SSF is the leader of the first Intellectual Output (“Develop of a Training Course and Manual, oriented to migrant youth and carried out by youth workers”).