MAVEN – Migrant Access to Vocational Education Networks

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  • Create a structure to capture the experience, ideas and recommendations of minority/migrant learners in our VET systems
  • Share the Histories in local groups and across the partnership, by mobility visits to others
  • Use the results of the Histories to raise new awareness among training providers and support agencies about what works and what does not work
  • Encourage the staff to share best practice and these new perspectives across the translational partnership
  • Increase taking up of VET in our local area, by providing information and motivation to the potential learners that we work with


  • Networking for migrant and VET centre
  • Life stories collection
  • Collecting materials to create a local and European clear picture about VET access for migrants and minorities



  • Coordinator: Point Europa (United Kingdom)
  • Asociacion Cultural y Deportiva la Hoya (Spain)
  • Fekete Sereg (Hungary)
  • Cubic Cultur und Bildung im Context (Austria)
  • France Amerique Latine (France)

The project

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Date of the project

01/01/2011- 30/06/2012

DG of reference

DG EAC, LLP National Agency, Leonardo da Vinci – Partnership




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