This Policy papers provides a comprehensive and persuasive argument justifying the contribution of sports, physical activity, and exercise for the prevention, therapy, and rehabilitation of individuals with Mental Illness in the European continent.
The report includes analysis of online survey and interviews exploring opinions on the barriers enterprises encounter in case of employing refugees, benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as employers’ training and support needs.
We identified and analysed the best practices on integration of migrants and other disadvantaged target groups into the workplace in Europe.
The summary gives an overview on the barriers and benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as their training and support needs.
This document is a research and needs analysis conducted at national level in five countries and identifies the needs and challenges that refugee families face at the national level
The current document is the second deliverable within the project Mental European Network of Sport events – “MENS”. It Includes the results of the qualitative and quantitative survey and is divided into four chapters.
BYMBE Report provides a background of education systems and childcare provision as well as support services in Austria, Bulgaria, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania and Spain.
This report looks at the training and certification needs of the book publishing sector in the countries participating in the project – Greece, Italy, Spain and the UK – and in two additional countries – France and Germany.
Examples of good practices of schools and teachers that were already doing educational tablet implementation for differentiation and inclusion purposes.
This publication is one of the intellectual outputs of TABLIO on the topic of classroom differentiation and inclusion in general and classroom differentiation with mobile devices in particular.
Collection of policy recommendations about effective policy actions needed to support Roma social inclusion through entrepreneurship.
The comparative report juxtaposes data and findings from the EU countries involved in the project and best practices identified, in order to show how the potential of social economy can be exploited for promoting Roma integration.