Register now to WANNE workshop to furnish a picture detailed of the phases of writing of a turned project to local organizations, of migrant and to single individuals.
RAGAZZI HARRAGA continues its journey: the third cycle of workshops will start on February. Enrol now!
On Friday, 18 January 2019, we are pleased to invite you for a REST unique learning event dedicated to refugees’ and migrants’ employment and labour integration – at Moltivolti.
Sharing new political and communication processes on migration: here’s what happened during WANNE Partnership fair.
How to raise the youngster awareness on gender issues and on the differences between men and women? First WANNE training took place between 21th and 30th November.
(Italiano) Ragazzi Harraga insieme a Nio far: Celebriamo i diritti di tutti e la solidarietà attraverso l’arte
(Italiano) Giovedì 13 dicembre, presso la Torre di San Nicolò, a partire dalle 18:00, siete invitati ad un evento all’insegna dell’arte nelle sue più svariate forme, dalla danza, al teatro o alla poesia, che avrà come protagonisti i ragazzi e le ragazze Harraga e l’associazione dei giovani senegalese Nio far.
During SOFIE third partner meeting we discussed about the piloting of the online platform which has been tasted with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers from partners’ countries.
A new challenge was awaiting us: 12 boys and young men of different ages made up the group for the second cycle of our WELCOMM training course.
The COME IN partnership carried out an extensive transnational research to answer these questions and find out how the labour integration of refugees can be best supported.
On October 18th and 19th 2018, the second meeting of MedLIT project to discuss and improve the development of the project’s tools to increase media and digital competences of low skilled/low qualifies refugee, asylum seekers and migrant women living in six different European countries.
The Festival of Social and Labour Inclusion of Migrants and Refugees held on Tuesday 23rd October 2018 at Moltivolti represented the final event of the LISTEN project, thus creating an opportunity to make everyone aware of the project, its techniques and results.
SOFIE is developing an online tool that aim to inform migrants, asylum seekers and refugees on where to find the closest support on the following sectors.