Volunteers for unaccompanied foreign minors: between needs and challenges

In the last 6 months, the VOLUME project partners carried out research and interviews in order to have a complete picture of the needs of volunteers and unaccompanied minors.

Tour2Include: Successful 3-day short-term joint staff training in July 2021

In July 2021, the Tour2Include consortium held a 3-day short-term staff training to exchange experiences regarding best practices in the field of migration.

Handicraft as a tool for intercultural exchange: MyHandScraft at the final event of the “Recycle in Fashion” project

Wednesday, July 14th, CESIE presented the project MyHandScraft during the final event of the project Rinf – “Recycle in Fashion”.

MyHandScraft Festival: exhibition of multicultural handicraft!

On Saturday, June 26, the MyHandScraft Festival took place, during which we presented the work done over the course of the project.

SCORE: sport coaches for the social inclusion of immigrant women

During the SCORE training course we discussed new strategies for the active involvement of local and immigrant women in sports activities and we shared ideas to establish a constructive dialogue between sports instructors and immigrant and refugee women.

Migration

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!

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