Competences in enterprises on labour integration of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants: a success story from Palermo
Refugees’, asylum seekers’ and migrants’ inclusion to the European society is strongly supported by their labour integration and employment. But what experience Italian employers have? What challenges do they face? And how COME IN training can help them? Watch the story of IKENGA, an intercultural association from Palermo, to discover more.
IKENGA – Voice of the world – was established in December 2018 by a group of activists and artists from Biafra, Italy, Bangladesh, Gambia, Senegal, Nigeria e Tunisia. The association promotes human rights, intercultural and intergenerational dialogue among local citizens, asylum seekers and migrants of the first and the second generation through discussions, courses, conferences, projections and other educational initiatives with the goal to encourage and facilitate active participation of all people.
The video was created within the European project COME IN IN – Competences in Enterprises on Integration that supports employers in employment and inclusion of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees offering comprehensive training and support. Learn more on welcomingenterprises.eu.
The training materials can be downloaded for free from the COME IN learning platform: http://learning.vita-eu.org/login/index.php
About COME IN
COME IN – Competences in Enterprises on Integration – is a two-year project funded by Erasmus+ programme of the European Union under KA2: Co-operation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices – Strategic Partnership for vocational education and training.