Innovative Inclusion Projects
We explore with innovative processes of social inclusion and support specific targets, such as migrant men and women, young and adult Europeans with specific needs, such as neet, in personal and professional growth and in the creation of micro enterprises.
We involve artists and creatives who, through the language of arts (e.g. theatre), facilitate new narratives of migrants, exploring learning paths and guiding for new business ideas.
Entrepreneurial Labs for Young Migrants across Europe
ELYME is a transnational project addressing legally-staying third country migrants in the territory of the EU.
The project offers a targeted and comprehensive business creation support scheme that takes into account the migrant and well as an inter-cultural approach.
Fem Talks is a transnational project developed under Erasmus + EU program addressing female migrants, and especially those who face another disadvantage when integrating in their host community and trying to contribute to society.
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Soft Skills Pack for Caregivers of Seniors
Here4You is a project aimed at equipping seniors’ caregivers, educators, therapists and other people working with seniors with tools for the empowerment of their position at a labour market and assure the wellbeing of seniors and their better integration within the society.
GET CLOSE TO OPERA
Get Close to Opera is a transnational Erasmus+ project aiming at developing a project design method based on the Multiple Intelligences Theory by Howard Gardner (MIT, Multiple Intelligences Theory) applied to Opera, in order to promote the linguistic and cultural integration of migrants and refugees in Europe.
INCREA – Boosting social INclusion of migrants though CREAtive industries is a transnational project developed under Erasmus + program aiming at supporting migrants and refugees in Europe to develop adequate language as well as professional and employment-related skills, including digital and entrepreneurial competences applied in the creative/cultural sector.
SMART Volunteering for Migrant Women is a project designed to promote better integration and active participation of Third Country National (TCN) females in socio-economic life of European societies.
The project builds on the innovative practices and tools developed in the business, promotion and civil advocacy sectors adjusting them to the grass root needs of TCN females, with an aim to create a structured corridor for up-scaling and transfer of migrant women’s skills between the two sectors.
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