For different reasons - Brexit, economic crisis, right-wing populist governments - Europe is confronted with a wave of europhobism. For many people European Union is the scapegoat for any difficulty and challenge arising from global trend and has to live with constant reproaches of bureaucracy and inefficiency. Young people tend to be a little more positive, as they profit from the mobility activities offered by EU programmes like Erasmus+ and others, enjoy to travel freely and to chose their preferred country of study or work but this cannot be taken for granted.
Supporting practitioners to train migrants in the EU
In the current context of the influx of migrants and refugees into the European Union, the desire to achieve the socio-professional inclusion of this precarious public is reaffirmed year after year by the various European countries.
I-CARE - Intercultural Care in the Social and Healthcare Sector
Communication between employees working in the social and healthcare sector and their clients with migration background is greatly influenced by the ability to deal with cultural diversity. In general, the work of the socio-health professionals with people of different national, ethnic, social and economic origins has created difficulties and perplexities in the relationship and in professional intervention.
Enable, Empower, Engage Third Country National Women to enhance professional opportunities
The project tackles one of the most critical issues with regards to the integration of refugee and migrant women of Third Country Origins ( TCN) in the labour market – identification, assessment and development of the required skills and competences.