COTW – Citizen of the World

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  • Strengthening professionals who are working with migrants by providing more tailored educational materials based on the real needs of both, professionals and migrants;
  • Empowering migrants to become key actors of their lives as well as autonomous and active citizens in their local context;
  • Increasing migrants’ knowledge about their local community/ society.


  • Transnational research on migrants’ actual needs in their hosting societies;
  • Testing of the Training Manual’s practicality and user-friendliness with professionals who work with migrants;
  • Transnational train the trainers on the methodologies and practices based on the initial research and the finalised Training Manual;
  • Final event with professionals, migrants and other migration stakeholders in all participating countries.



  • Professionals strengthened in their daily working life with migrants;
  • Increased knowledge of migrants regarding the local context they live in;
  • Already existing and working methodologies and good practices shared and spread among the partner countries and beyond.


The project

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Date of the project

30/09/2020 – 29/09/2022

DG of reference

DG EAC, Erasmus+, Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships for adult education




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