Face to Success – ‘Migrants, volunteering and labour market’

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  • Using voluntary work as a tool to access the labour market for migrants and Roma people
  • Finding new ways to save their own culture during the social integration process
  • Personal development of migrants and of their competences
  • Exchange of experiences and good practices among the staff of the organizations, with benefits for local communities and institutions as well
  • Creation of an effective adult education network of partners and support for the recognition of volunteers’ skills and competences among employers


  • Local activities in every partner country in order to develop learners’ skills and competences and mobilities in every participating countries
  • Development of Portfolios and CV for every learner in order to define their educational pathway helping them to access to the labour market


  • My Song Channel: song collection from own culture as an introduction tool for participants
  • Learning Mobilities for learners in Bulgaria, Romania, Germany, United Kingdom and Italy


  • Coordinator: Diagonál Magyarország Ifjúságsegítők Országos Szervezete (Hungary)
  • Grenville Battery Trust (United Kingdom)
  • NC Future Now (Bulgaria)
  • IKA Asociatia Tinere (Romania)
  • Naturfreunde Thüringen e.V. (Germany)

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/08/2012 – 31/07/2014

DG of reference

DG EAC, LLP National Agency, Grundtvig – Learning Partnership




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