Two Sides of Migrants Story
9 participating countries (Turkey, Germany, Netherland, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Poland and North Macedonia)
Project Reference: 2021-1-TR01-KA153-YOU-000034164 EU GRANT: 33 488 €
Key Action: KA1
Action Type: Mobility of youth workers
Erasmus+ Programme provides efficient tools for the youth sector, which canencourage and provide technical/methodological/financial support for migrants as they design their own solutions for the issue. This training course wants to discuss the main issues and challenges in fostering inclusion of migrants and refugees. Exploring the role of the youth worker in this process, raising awareness on the topic towards young people, exchange of good practices and tools/methods are some of the themes we will tackle during this training course.
The objectives and learning outcomes of the youth exchange may be summarised as follows:
- to present deeper information on the basic concepts and existing context related to migration and refugees in Europe.
- to increase knowledge and awareness of the participants on contemporary problems and challenges related to be migrants and refugees.
- to provide information on how to use project-based methodologies for analysing the problems of refugees/ migrants and developing targeted solutions.
- to provide information on how to use Erasmus + Programme for innovative and project-based solutions on the issue of migration.
- to explore the role(s) of a youth worker in the inclusion process of refugees and migrants and in the process of raising awareness
- to equip youth workers with effective tools and methods for trainings and activities on young refugees and migrants
- to improve youth organizations’ capacity to work for/with migrants and refugees.
- to develop Europe-wide partnerships for further Erasmus + projects of the youth sector related to migration, migrants and refugees.
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Göç Sanat ve Spor Derneği, Turkey
ASOCIACIJA TAVO EUROPA – LITHUANIA
ASOCIATIA TINERILOR CU INITIATIVA CIVICA – ROMANIA
KYTTARO ENALLAKTIKON ANAZITISEON NEAON KEAN – GREECE
STOWARZYSZENIE SZTUKATER – POLAND
INTERNATIONALE ARBEIDSVERENIGING- NETHERLANDS
SDRUZHENIE WALK TOGETHER– BULGARIA
CET PLATFORMA SKOPJE- THE REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA
INSTITUT FUR SOZIALPADAGOGISCHE FORSCHUNG MAINZ EV-VEREIN ZUR INNOVATION UND
EVALUATION VON SOZIALER ARBEIT UND SOZIALPOLITIK ISM EV – GERMANY