MEDIA LITERACY – Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women

MEDIA LITERACY – Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women

MEDIA LITERACY – Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • Developing innovative learning tools to increase media and digital competences of low – skilled/low qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Improving media and digital literacy skills of low – skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women encouraging them with effective awareness raising actions.

  • Development of methodological approach and framework for the building of media and digital literacy skills and competences tailored to the needs of low skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Creation of an online training tool for the building of media and digital literacy skills of low – skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Development of a peer – to – peer awareness raising methodology and a short training for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women involving them in an awareness raising/outreach campaign.

  • Enhanced media and digital literacy skills of at least 120 low – skilled/low – qualified refugee/asylum seeking and migrant women in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Austria and Malta.
  • Developed online training tools and methodologies for refugee/migrants associations and other organizations and/or professionals useful to work with low – skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Enhanced awareness about the actions of at least 250 professionals, local, regional, national and international level authorities, refugee/migrant associations, civil society, educational institutions and other relevant stakeholders in the partner countries and other EU countries.

  • Coordinator: University of Gloucestershire [UK]
  • CESIE [Italy]
  • Verein Multikulturell [Austria]
  • Inishowen Development Partnership [Ireland]
  • Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants [Malta]
  • Kentro Merimnas Oikogeneias Kai Paidiou [Greece]

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Date of project:  01/11/2017 – 31/10/2019

DG of reference:

Contact:

CESIE: silvia.fazio@cesie.org


E-COURSE- EnhanCing the ParticipatiOn and Learning Performance of Migrant and RefUgee Children in PRimary School Education

E-COURSE- EnhanCing the ParticipatiOn and Learning Performance of Migrant and RefUgee Children in PRimary School Education

E-COURSE- EnhanCing the ParticipatiOn and Learning Performance of Migrant and RefUgee Children in PRimary School Education

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • Enhancing the professional development of teachers in dealing with migrant and refugee learners and diversity in classrooms
  • Supporting schools to facilitate inclusion and success of newly arrived migrant and refugee students, thus contributing to the tackling of Early School Leaving (ESL)
  • Supporting and enhancing the performance of newly-arrived migrant and refugee students in primary schools
  • Strengthening collaboration among all members of the school community: school leaders, teachers and non-teaching staff, learners, parents/families

  • Development of learning modules for strengthening the capacities of teachers
  • Creation and piloting of a School Support Platform
  • Development of methodology for elaboration of school policies on diversity

  • Learning modules for teachers for effectively address equity, diversity and inclusion
  • School Support Platform to facilitate school to support migrant and refugee learners
  • Methodology for the elaboration and implementation of school diversity policies and action plans

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Date of project: 01/10/2017 – 30/09/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, National Agency (Germany), Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for School

Contact:

CESIE: giulia.tarantino@cesie.org


COME IN – Competences in Enterprises on Integration

COME IN – Competences in Enterprises on Integration

COME IN – Competences in Enterprises on Integration

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To contribute to the efficient integration of refugees in European labour market.
  • To enhance staff managers’ competences and willingness to employ and to successfully interact with refugees and to integrate them into their organisations.
  • To support employers and their key staff (mainly human resources managers, in-company trainers and supervisors) when it comes to the employment, insertion and in-house training of refugees.
  • To mitigate existing concerns regarding hiring refugees by providing information and training concerning the most relevant aspects of refugee employment.

  • Conducting transnational research including desk research, research of good practices, a needs analysis, an online survey and qualitative interviews to identify the learning needs of the key staff.
  • Developing a comprehensive training and support system including COME IN curriculum, training pack, learning materials and online platform and for key staff to facilitate the integration of refugees at the work place.
  • Mainstreaming the COME IN strategy and results to support the future utilisation and exploitation.

  • Transnational research report including a needs analysis, a collection of best practices and findings from online survey and interviews from all partner countries.
  • Curriculum based on previous research finding that will serve as a framework for the COME IN training.
  • Training pack consisting of learning units, training materials for face-to-face workshops, online content, etc. based on the curriculum and the results from the needs analysis.
  • Open online platform where learning and information materials will be shared and networks and community will be built.
  • Competence validation system based on the LEVEL5 approach.

  • Coordinator: Landkreis Kassel (Germany)
  • BUPNET (Germany)
  • Die Berater GmbH (Austria)
  • Trendhuis BVBA (Belgium)
  • Four Elements (Greece)
  • Catro (Bulgaria)
  • CESIE (Italy)


VOICES – Voices of solidarity

VOICES – Voices of solidarity

VOICES – Voices of solidarity

ObjectivesActivitiesPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To enable artists from different European countries to work together to coordinate cohesive joined-up performance making visible the voices of refugees and asylum seekers and encourage integration through the collaborative parade/celebration event
  • To involve refugees, migrants and other disadvantaged communities in each partner location in the creation and delivery of a celebratory cultural event/parade highlighting themes of arrival and welcome.
  • Use digital technologies to enhance and widen engagement with arts and culture and to facilitate new and rich ways of enabling audience participation and involvement.
  • Build new pan-European partnership between cultural and community organisations and new professional development for participating artists.

  • Creation of four new 20-30 minute performance developed by artists from four countries.
  • Delivery of site specific joined-up presentations in six locations using a combination of the new performance pieces.
  • Making of four parade events that each involve a minimum of 100 target community participants – at least 50% refugees.

  • Achieved live audiences averaging at least 10.000 for each of the parades and 5.000 for performance presentations in each location.
  • Achieved substantial additional audiences (+ 500.000) through online engagement and broadcast media.
  • Professional development for European artists, practitioners and cultural leaders involved in the project.

  • Coordinator: ArtReach (UK)
  • Altonale (Germany)
  • CESIE (Italy)
  • Museo dei bambini (Italy)
  • Teatrul National Radu Stance Sibiu (Romania)

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Date of project: 01/08/2017 – 31/12/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Creative Europe, Culture sub-programme, smaller scale cooperation projects

Contact: CESIE: daria.labarbera@cesie.org


RAGAZZI HARRAGA – Social Inclusion Processes for unaccompanied minors in the city of Palermo

RAGAZZI HARRAGA – Social Inclusion Processes for unaccompanied minors in the city of Palermo

RAGAZZI HARRAGA – Social Inclusion Processes for unaccompanied minors in the city of Palermo

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To strengthen and innovate the care arrangements for children and youth aged 12 to 17, welcomed at the reception centres of Palermo and in custody of the Municipal Assistance Services
  • To improve the quality of services, projects and more generally of a rooted hospitality for social integration looking beyond the basic primary needs response
  • To establish a social, working and housing Inclusion Model that considers potential, interests and expectations of unaccompanied migrant minors in the city of Palermo, based on two pillars: the promotion of a network of inter-institutional actors and the definition of individual inclusion paths

  • Education and schooling (Italian language lessons, diploma exams’ preparation courses, orientation for educational and professionalising offers available in the territory)
  • Recreational workshops (theatre, sports, buddy moments of aggregation with peers, etc.)
  • Vocational counselling (information and guidance to residential services; definition of professional skills and aspirations starting from their migration experience; portfolio and curriculum vitae composition; accompaniment to the workplace; in-service training and placement inclusion – curricular and extracurricular programmes at work)

  • The ‘Harraga Facility’: half house, half hostel – offering also work opportunities
  • Work placements, integrated into a wider vocational orientation, target oriented for both, individuals and groups
  • ‘Harraga e-Platform’ for sharing, monitoring and tracing of individual inclusion paths, exchange of methodologies and identification of skill-enhancing-tools that promote continuity in inclusion paths (formalise and share experiences)

  • Coordinator: CIAI – Centro Italiano Aiuti all’Infanzia Onlus
  • Municipality of Palermo – Department of Social Citizenship
  • Associazione Santa Chiara
  • Cooperativa Libera…mente
  • CPIA Palermo 1
  • Libera Palermo
  • Nottedoro
  • SEND
  • CESIE

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 13/03/2017 – 13/09/2019
Istitution of reference: NEVER ALONE, per un domani possibile. Reception and welcome of unaccompanied minors and young people arriving alone to Italy [promoted by Fondazione Cariplo, Compagnia di San Paolo, Foundation with the South, Enel Cuore, CRT Foundation, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo, Fondazione Monte dei Paschi di Siena] and supported by Posteinsieme Onlus, Soliditas Social Innovation and Altran

Contact: CESIE: tiziana.giordano@cesie.org

www.non6solo.it/ragazziharraga


PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills

PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills

PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contatti

  • To encourage specific volunteering actions in response to two very critical areas of the City of Palermo, educational poverty and the reception of migrants
  • To create a system for research, allocation and quality enhancement of volunteering services
  • To foster the cooperation among organisations and profiled volunteers according to specific skills

  • Mapping of organisations interested in offering volunteering experiences
  • Organising Focus-groups with leading organisations in analysing skills and competences as required by volunteers willing to be involved in volunteering pathways
  • Developing a platform for mapping, recruiting and matching between organisations and volunteers
  • Offering training pathways for host organisations and volunteers on different project areas
  • Providing assessment paths and recognition of acquired skills
  • Campaigning and awareness raising events for active citizenship: “Festival of participation” and “Citizens in Movement”

  • Online platform www.provaci.org as virtual place for accreditation of organisations and volunteers, allowing precise matching between volunteering and demand. The platform also allows the circulation and exchange of ideas and good practices related to the world of collaborative economics
  • Set of materials and training activities for organisations and future volunteers in the field of educational poverty and migrant reception
  • 100 activated and complete profile match between organisations/service providers and volunteers
  • 50 active Action-Support-Groups
  • 100 Skills booklets, certification templates and volunteers’ skills recognition

  • Coordinator: Per Esempio
  • ASCC – Associazione Siciliana Consumo Consapevole
  • Municipality of Palermo – Department for Participation and Mobility
  • Libera, Palermo
  • SEND
  • University of Palermo – Department of Psychological, Pedagogical and Training Sciences
  • CESIE

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Date of project: 13/02/2017 – 13/08/2018

Institution of reference: Fondazione CON IL SUD, WITH PARTICIPATION OF THE SOUTH – The Volunteering Promotion Initiative

Contact: CESIE: tiziana.giordano@cesie.org