MedLit: Peer to peer approaches for migrant women

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This manual presents the peer-to-peer awareness raising methodology developed under the MEDLIT project, co-funded by the EU Commission through Erasmus + programme, KA2 – Strategic Partnership in the field of Adult Education. 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. Nowadays, the social inclusion of migrants needs to be improved through innovative strategies that can bring added value to the local structures of the hosting society. The choice of a peer-to-peer action comes from the consciousness that directly investing some of the stakeholders in the role of Ambassadors of knowledge, directly involving them and making them responsible in this sense, is the most effective method to generate real impact and response within the community.

DG di riferimento

Erasmus + Key Action 2 Strategic Partnership in the field of Adult Education



Il progetto

MedLIT – Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women

Scheda progetto




Institutional stakeholders, professionals and organization in the field of migrants, migrant associations, migrant women

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