Are you a woman aged 15-25 recently arrived to Italy? Do you want to learn about your own health and know your rights? Sign up for the new round of meetings of CURÒ – Accoglienza e Salute, free of charge.
We believe that sport can break down social barriers, facilitating mutual dialogue between different social actors, especially among young people. This is what we have achieved in recent months thanks to the MATCH project.
Encouraging intercultural collaboration, learning and dialogue through handicraft? Launching MyHandScraft
We recently launched My HandScraft project during the first partner meeting in Palermo (Italy) on 4th and 5th February 2019 aiming to facilitate migrants and refugees` integration and capacity-building.
We launched TOLERANT project aiming at helping these women find an identity in their host societies, feeling part of them and changing the course of their lives.
Enrol to the last free workshop on “Human rights and coexistence” of the Ragazzi Harraga project, that is directed to “harraga” girls and boys that are between 15 and 20 years old and that live in Palermo.
Through Ragazzi Harraga, boys and girls coming from Palermo, Gambia, Senegal, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Mali and volunteers coming from different European countries have the opportunity to share and discuss during the workshop sessions.
Since March 8th 2019 the ICT course developed within the MEDLIT projec will begin. The course is aimed at all migrant women, adult and motivated to take part in a comprehensive training that will allow them to develop specific digital skills.
The WELCOMM partners met in Palermo and worked on the development of the upcoming trainings to improve awareness and build capacities of professional in host communities regarding the intercultural sensitivity & competence and thereby facilitate the inclusion of third-country nationals.
Within the WELCOMM project, we are launching a free training course dedicated to activists, volunteers, NGO officials and Public administrative assistants on the topic of intercultural sensitivity.
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.