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Arts for Human Rights is a Europe-wide, three-year, transnational partnership project using creative processes of theatre, film and new digital technologies to promote learning and raise awareness in relation to human rights and gender equality across Europe.
The project ALMA: Access to Language Methods for Increasing Migrants’ Abilities to Start Their Own Business is a European cooperation project aimed at stimulating migrants to begin a new business, to inspire and provide them with practical guidelines in order to start and run a successful company within a new cultural and linguistic context.
The project ‘WelComm 2 Explore Europe: Integrated language and cultural learning at early age’ uses regional heritage across Europe and creates multimedia materials for children to help them learn more about the history, nature and culture of their new home land.
” InterCult: Intercultural Trainers Kit for Migrants’ Educators” is a European cooperation project aimed at improving the intercultural skills of educators for delivering efficient language training to adult migrants.
My Social Role’ addresses young people from urban areas facing social, economic or geographical challenges, aged 16-29, including those who are not in education, employment or training and such with migrant background. The project provides them with innovative and flexible ways to get involved in entrepreneurial and social learning.
“FALK: First Aid Language Kit for Migrants” is a European cooperation project aimed at making healthcare services more accessible for migrants through developing and upgrading language skills on medical issues in the host languages of 6 EU countries – Turkey, Bulgaria, Spain, the UK, the Czech Republic and Cyprus.
“CODE-N-SOCIAL: Promoting Social Inclusion through Coding and ICT skills” is a European cooperation project aimed at providing access to quality IT learning and helping people at risk of poverty and social exclusion (AROPE) to get out of the education-poverty trap where they are kept due to prejudices and low quality IT education.
The project “ERFAL: Exchange of practices for disadvantaged people” aims to establish a thematic network at European level in order to share experience on different topics in the area of integration of disadvantaged people. The project will develop a collection of good practices dealing with the integration of migrants, disabled people, NEETs and elderly and provide successful models for raising their skills and supporting their economic and social integration.
The project “Drama for Change” will bring together a cross sector of organizations that work with marginalized groups in adult education. The aim is to develop a training curriculum to provide adult educators with the skills necessary to work with young people and adults through a creative medium in order to promote social inclusion, gender equality and anti-racism work.
The project “DREAM: Dynamic Reinforcement for European Adaptation of Migrants” has the aim to reinforce the migrant integration provision through exchange of experience on priority integration areas and spread results of successful initiatives through a EU-wide network of stakeholders.
Pulse: Language and Communication Skills for Foreign Nurses The project ‘Pulse: Language and Communication Skills for Foreign Nurses’ has the aim to improve language and communication competences of nurses working in a foreign country, or planning to work abroad…
The Network for Social and Market Inclusion through Language Education (SMILE) explores opportunities for promotion of less widely used and taught languages (LWUTLs) in various educational, social and economic sectors.
Tell Me a Story’ acts at local, national and trans-European level by creating attractive multilingual learning tools for tour guides with the aim of improving their intercultural and multilingual competences
“Spread the Sign – Syria” is a European project aimed at supporting the educational needs of deaf Syrian migrants by adding the Syrian sign language to an already existing online educational tool “Spread the Sign”
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