Innovative strategies and intervention methods for motivating young mothers to re-enter education, including guidelines for working with parents and peers and emergency management.
Approaches to support young mothers for the time they will have entered education in order to overcome crisis, doubts or other problems related to reentering education.
Here you can find a collection of training activities the VIM team developed and collected for you. Our approach was to create activities on different aspects of health education, which are easy to implement in your courses with migrants.
The Alchemy of Good Eating, is a journey for the senses, a proposal that crosses borders and continents to immerse the reader in a world of flavors, fragrances, colors and experiences of a group of women have chosen Palermo as a city of stay.
The Manual aims to provide, in simple and clear way, practical set of ideas, techniques and tools to motivate migrant women in skill-building framework promoting media and digital competences.
The Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (RMA) is a dialectic method of inquiry and “popular self-analysis” for the empowerment of communities and individuals.
This handbook has been created to support educators, youth-leaders and facilitators in using communication tools, such as photography, to work with youngsters in order to understand different people’s cultures, to promote engagement with others, and to build strong and diverse communities.
This dance workshop is developed by people with long experience in dance and social work
L’obiettivo è promuovere l’integrazione dei giovani migranti nel lavoro di comunità verso un obiettivo comune, aumentare la consapevolezza e incoraggiare la conversazione intorno a questioni, o forse per migliorare le loro condizioni fisiche o psicologiche.
On the COME IN learning platform, there are available training materials on the integration of refugees and migrants in the work environment of their host countries.
The ABC project aims to develop a certification process to support schools in developing an effective antibullying policy, which includes sensitive attention to more general social inclusion and to 21th Century conflict solving skills among both students and school staff.
The report presents the main challenges regarding sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) against migrant and refugee women and girls in Italy, Portugal, Bulgaria, Greece, UK, Slovenia, Austria and Cyprus and solutions to respond to the mentioned challenges.