- To enhance the digital skills and competencies of people with a migratory background
- To strengthen the role of Higher education institutions and schools as open digital skills learning environment while also promoting intercultural dialogue between local and migrant communities through digital tools
- To provide teachers and other educational staff with inclusive teaching methods tools
- To generate local, regional and European level networks for spreading good practices of educational integration, ultimately achieving a positive impact on communities and societies by increasing their cohesion and promoting a major integration of migrants in the labour market.
- Identification of transferable best practices for scaling-up and replicability by developing blueprints and guidelines.
- Needs analysis and local community building: each partner will map and analyse local community actors and stakeholders and carry out workshops in order to co-create collaborative local partnerships
- Transferring best practices to the local context: guidelines and best practices are adapted to the local context in order to achieve a smoother and more sustainable uptake by local stakeholders.
- Piloting activities: best practices are pilot-tested with local institution by each partner reaching 40 participants per pilot.
- Pilot Evaluation
- Best practices and other project’s results dissemination.
- Transferable local models for best practices uptake available in English and partner country national languages. These include also a local needs analysis and the evaluation of the piloting results.
- Workshop report and self-assessment tool on soft skills and digital competencies available online.
- Toolkit for teachers and other stakeholders working with migrants and dedicated guidelines.
- Website platform, making accessible all project’s outputs and training/learning materials.