The White Paper, Ageing out of Care into Autonomous Living presents and reviews the findings of the ethnographic research in the framework of the INTEGRA project.
The present Contextual needs analysis report, resulting from INTEGRA research activities, consolidates the needs of UAMs who are staying in the reception facilities and the professionals who are working within support structures for the efficient autonomy processes of UAMs.
Training contents aimed to help young mothers to understand and manage their feelings and behaviors and interact successfully with people around them.
BYMBE Report provides a background of education systems and childcare provision as well as support services in Austria, Bulgaria, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania and Spain.
An innovative approach based on professional and personal guidance and counselling to help young NEET mothers to find their own way into education and training and labour world.
The manual “Sport & Youth work – Bridging the gap for social inclusion” is one of the main result of MATCH project. This manual aims to raise awareness of the benefits of sports as a means of inclusion among youth workers and coaches.
This WANNE report brings 35 good practices of formal or non-formal organization and self-organization of TCNs. The selection of good practices has been based on personal interviews with people with refugee/migrant experience, activists, journalists and others directly involved with the development of the good practices.
This National report reflects the situation in Italy on migration from social, political and economical points of view. Moreover, the information and media statements, fake news in Italy are also explained.
This document combines the results of the national desk research and interviews with educators on intercultural learning, storytelling and broadcasting related training methods, including good practice examples and an overview of actors in the field.
This manual is based on the expertise of the partner consortium in terms of storytelling and validation and on the comprehensive piloting activities carried out in all partner countries
This Policy papers provides a comprehensive and persuasive argument justifying the contribution of sports, physical activity, and exercise for the prevention, therapy, and rehabilitation of individuals with Mental Illness in the European continent.
The report includes analysis of online survey and interviews exploring opinions on the barriers enterprises encounter in case of employing refugees, benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as employers’ training and support needs.