KUTU Projects

DREAM: „Dynamic Reinforcement for EuropeanThe 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.

The project aims to:

üDevelop and disseminate a comprehensive database of good practices at EU level addressing all key areas for a successful migrant integration
ü Build a European-wide network of practitioners developing national and European initiatives for migrant integration and enrich their expertise

üImprove the readiness of key actors and facilitators of migrant integration in the host communities to meet the needs of diverse populations
ücontribute to the improvement of the capacity and expertise of the authorities responsible for integration in countries playing the role of “transit” channels to other EU countries

üsupport migrants in their preparedness to adapt in the host society

üenhance the exploitation potential of educational projects focused on migrant integration


Expected results:

üCreating national networks of key stakeholders and facilitators of migrant integration in the participating countries and at EU level
Exchanging experience on national strategies, policies and practices on efficient migrant integration approaches in the 9 participating countries
üDeveloping a database of good practices addressing the CBP at EU level
üDeveloping a project website to host the collection of good practices
üOrganising workshops for exchange of experience and good practices with key stakeholders at national level in the participating countries


BRAINPLUS (AT) - coordinator

For more information, please visit www.project-dream.eu

Tell Me a Story

The project 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..


SMILE explores opportunities for promotion of less widely used and taught languages (LWUTLs) in various educational, social and economic sectors