- To foster inclusion of adult migrants by developing language skills, increasing networking, integrating the new environmental context and valuing their knowledge and experiences;
- To provide adult trainers with educational tools in order for them to be able to implement inclusion workshops related to environmental awareness.
- Desk research on the intersectionality between nature and interculturality as well as best practices concerning the environment as a powerful tool to promote the integration of adult migrants in the host society;
- Field research through focus groups on environmental awareness of both adult migrants and social workers/educators;
- Co-construction theatre workshops with adult migrants and host society members to reflect on their relationship with the environment, develop network, improve language skills and use forum-theatre;
- Co-construction language workshops with adult migrants aimed at stimulating the acquisition of language, environmental and intercultural skills through;
- Co-construction art-therapy workshops to create an eco-friendly map of the area’s eco-friendly places to appropriate the physical space for a better integration;
- Joint Staff Training enabling partners to acquire the necessary methods to develop the products;
- Blended Mobility for adult trainers to integrate innovative methodologies and environmental practices into their services.
- Foundation Bricks – Qualitative research on the intersectionality between the environment and the concept of interculturality;
- Three different Toolkits:
- Forum theatre techniques to unleash and value experience and dialogue as a rehearsal of individual and social change;
- Multisensory approach based on contact with nature and environmental action to stimulate language learning;
- Art-therapy to experience how art and creativity can lead to a more physical appropriation of an area for a better integration path.
- The inclusion of adult migrants is fostered and behaviours that promote environmental awareness and action developed;
- Peer-education through mixed groups of people is facilitated;
- Social and language skills of adult migrants are improved ad their network consolidated.