Supporting Immigrant Integration in Reggio Emilia, coordinator of the project http://eudiasporacouncil.org/portfolio/cozy-apartments/
The IntegraRE project aims to achieve a good level of social inclusion of migrant people. It is intended to be, at the same time, an objective to pursue and a process that local policies must promote and address through the creation of a plurality of multidimensional interventions (school, training, work, social, health, home) closely related to each other.
- Propose articulated actions able to generate impact at various levels (students, schools, companies, territories) that stimulate young people to undertake mobility experiences abroad;
- Optimize the transparency of certifications, the recognition of skills, the transition from school / training to work;
- Training professionals to be able to identify and respond to the needs of the foreign user, helping them to integrate, carrying out activities of connection between users and local services network and promoting interventions aimed at the dissemination of interculturality;
- To allow young people to acquire social, civil and intercultural skills by promoting democratic values and fundamental rights, integration and non-discrimination, as well as active citizenship;
- Promote mutual learning and exchange of good practices, in line with the ET 2020 strategic framework and for the implementation of the Paris Declaration (2015).
84 STUDENTS (16-18 years old) attending the “services for health and social assistance” and “humanities-economic-social option” courses within the partner schools. Among the students, the presence of participants with special needs or disadvantaged backgrounds is anticipated.
35 NEW GRADUATES/QUALIFIED: Young people aged between 19 and 29 who have obtained, within no more than 12 months, a qualification or a diploma in the social or cultural mediation fields (ErasmusPro target).
On a general level, the project will have an impact (OUTREACH) mainly in the world of school and training (VET) thanks to: training results of participants; acquired skills; job placement; etc. The results dissemination strategy will support the project objectives and activities, in particular the publication of the project OUTPUTS (videos, reports, etc), but also the OUTCOMES in terms of skills learned. Greater involvement of local partners (institutional and non-institutional)
Extension of the foreign partnership, both in terms of territories and skills
Implementation of exchange and cooperation projects also thanks to the use of other European programmes. Increase of competence and authority in management of mobility and in application of ECVET