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  • M.YTH.WORK 2016-2018

    MYth WORK project was designed to address the needs of young migrants, asylum seekers and refugees: on the one hand, to identify innovative techniques in the field of non-formal education addressed to young migrants, asylum seekers and refugees; and, on the other hand, to create - from these techniques - materials addressed to professional staff in the field of youth in order to have evaluated and quality tools.

  • Interhealth (2016-2018)

    The aim of the project was to increase the intercultural competences of healthcare professionals in Europe, through non-formal training. Five intellectual products were developed, one of which, the Policy Recommendations Guide, was led by SSF.

    This project has been funded with support from the European Union.

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    A Part Of EU 2.0

    The A PART OF EU 2.0 project focuses on one of the EU's greatest challenges for the future: achieving the integration of young migrants and minorities (JMM) into society through their participation. As the proportion of migrant and/or minority youth in Europe has increased, the problems and difficulties in their participation have also become more complex, with major barriers to their effective participation being observed.


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    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.

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    Fighting Corruption

    The main objective of the project is to increase the level and intensity of cooperation between the programme countries and the WB partner countries. Related to this, there is also the long-term objective of creating a strong anti-corruption platform for young people that focuses on the World Bank but works with a strong inter-regional and cross-sectoral perspective.

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    YouRo Trip

    The project aims to create a network of young people and organisations working with and for young people in order to promote the participation of young people in democratic life, strengthen the sense of European citizenship and facilitate a more structured cooperation between the participating organisations and related stakeholders.

    Participants in the mobility scheme will be trained in horizontal thematic areas such as active citizenship, networking, European values and European citizenship, democratic participation, democratic resilience and social inclusion related to youth.

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    "The body image, psychological health and TABU concerns of young migrants and implications for their education" is an Erasmus + project.

    The objectives are:

    • Develop, implement and evaluate a training package for youth workers in education dealing with refugees and migrants to raise awareness of appearance issues, including: body image, appearance issues, TABU and teasing, harassment and discrimination related to appearance and its impact on migrant/refugee integration.

    The project is being developed by 4 different partners:

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    The objective of the project is to empower young people to evaluate fake news and detect disinformation campaigns on social networks.

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    DIVE IN - "Preventing violent radicalisation among young individuals in Europe by innovative training approaches" is funded by AMIF (Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund). It aims at supporting local actors working particularly with young people by enhancing their knowledge and capacity to prevent and counter radicalisation (with a specific pragmatic focus on violent radicalisation).