Promoting digital pedagogy in integration pathways for migrants

The project Digital Practices for Inclusive Programs aims to create innovative digital pathways that promote digital pedagogy to facilitate higher levels of participation of immigrants with special needs

Holistic approaches for the job placement of migrant women in Europe

NAME is a project that revolves around an innovative holistic methodology for the strengthening of personal, social and technical competences of women with a migration background, with the goal to facilitate their integration into the labour market.

Field Research on migrants’ tourism-related skills

On 11th June 2020 the Tour2Include Consortium held the 2nd Transnational Partner Meeting. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the meeting, originally planned in Pescara – Italy, took place online on the basis of a detailed agenda shared and agreed by all partners.

GreenInterculturality: the natural environment as a powerful tool to promote cultural identity and facilitate social integration

The environment plays a key role in its connection and interaction with the issues of multiculturalism and interculturality characterising our increasingly globalised social contexts.

Intercultural synergies in the handicraft field: MyHandScraft Workshops in Palermo

Since September 24th, CESIE has been hosting every Thursday a workshop gathering artisans with different cultural backgrounds, and facilitating a process of mutual learning on handicraft techniques and intercultural exchange. Seven of the thirteen local workshops have already taken place, and, in spite of all undeniable difficulties linked to current cirumstances, they have been a success!

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Field Research on migrants’ tourism-related skills

Field Research on migrants’ tourism-related skills

On 11th June 2020 the Tour2Include Consortium held the 2nd Transnational Partner Meeting. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the meeting, originally planned in Pescara – Italy, took place online on the basis of a detailed agenda shared and agreed by all partners.

Intercultural synergies in the handicraft field: MyHandScraft Workshops in Palermo

Intercultural synergies in the handicraft field: MyHandScraft Workshops in Palermo

Since September 24th, CESIE has been hosting every Thursday a workshop gathering artisans with different cultural backgrounds, and facilitating a process of mutual learning on handicraft techniques and intercultural exchange. Seven of the thirteen local workshops have already taken place, and, in spite of all undeniable difficulties linked to current cirumstances, they have been a success!

Managing diversity in the workplace by involving local communities

Managing diversity in the workplace by involving local communities

DICE has celebrated its conclusion the last Friday, 18th September, at Moltivolti. The final event in Italy provided the audience not only with the opportunity to discover the resources created by the project team but also to share their ideas and discuss new approaches to community involvement.

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