WELCOMM: Intercultural Sensitivity Training for diversity handling

26 February 2019 | Migration, News

Would you like to improve the way you are able to handle diversity in your work environment or daily life by developing your abilities in areas such as intercultural awareness, non-violent communication and dealing with trauma related to the migration journey?

Within the project WELCOMM  “Supporting integration of third country nationals through developing learning and collaboration tools to build welcoming and inclusive communities“, CESIE is launching a free training course dedicated to activists, volunteers, NGO officials and Public administrative assistants (social workers, teachers, cultural mediators, psychologists etc.) on the topic of intercultural sensitivity.

The course responds to the need for continuous and innovative trainings to ensure the effective development of intercultural awareness. During these (weekly) trainings, participants will have the opportunity to reflect and define their approach on topics such as culture, interculturality, non-violent communication and trauma understanding/management that is linked to the migration experience.  In this regard, non-formal education is a valuable learning tool aimed at supporting the skills of workers or volunteers that interact with such environments.

At the end of the training, the participants will receive a certificate of participation.

Would you like to get involved in WELCOMM training?

Compila il seguente modulo entro il 15 marzo. If you are interested to participate or have questions, please fill following module by 15th March.

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About the project

WELCOMM – Supporting integration of third country nationals through developing learning and collaboration tools to build welcoming and inclusive communities  is a two year project co-founded by DG Home Affairs – Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) – Integration of third-country nationals.

It aims at contributing to pre-departure and post-arrival integration of persons in need of international protection, relocated within the EU or resettled from a third country.

Partners

The project holds together 5 organisations:

For further information

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Please contact Roberta Lo Bianco: roberta.lobianco@cesie.org.

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