MULTIDIMENSIONAL TRAINING OF ADULT VOLUNTEERS TO FOSTER MIGRANTS' INTEGRATION (MAV)

The project MAV views integration as an interactive system of relationships, related to choice and needs. Within this framework, this Erasmus+ project promotes the social inclusion of migrants by involving stakeholders and implementing a combination of interconnected and real-life based adult learning addressed to migrant volunteers (through testing and validation). The project's result is an integrated learning package with innovative motivation and guidance tools which ensures migrants volunteers’ interest.  

The MAV project has four central products, which will be presented here during the lifecycle of the project. All products will be available free of charge for download in different project languages: German, English, Greek, Italian. Romanian, Turkish.

SKILLDISPLAY - SHOW WHAT YOU CAN DO!

The SKILLDISPLAY is implementing and improving the SkillDisplay platform structured in five intellectual output segments, each covering an aspect of the development process or underlying research.

The SkillDisplay project is a cooperation of various parties spread across the European Union and each intellectual output involves one or more of our partners, each contributing their specific competences to the final product.

STEAMY WONDERS- HACKING THE CODE FOR WOMEN IN STEAM

Research studies highlight the lack of female STEAM role models and mentors; the shortage of STEAM taster courses for women; an unconscious bias against women within human resource professionals in STEAM focused companies; a significant confidence-deficit among women where the STEAM sector is concerned.

The aim of the STEAMY WONDER project is to pilot a multi-faceted educational intervention targeted at women of all ages to address these issues. It seeks to achieve a greater gender balance in the STEAM sector by:

a) promoting a culture of scientific thinking among women using evidence-based reasoning for decision making especially where career planning is concerned; b) provide appropriate and tangible role model case studies to ensure women have the confidence to participate in an increasingly complex scientific and technological world; c) develop a bespoke toolkit of resources for women that address competencies for problem-solving, innovation, analytical thinking, critical thinking, spatial awareness relating to STEAM subjects; d) provide guidelines to human resources managers that enable gender-neutral recruitment, retention and promotion in the STEAM sector.

The partnership brings together organizations from Croatia, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Spain, Czech Republic and Cyprus. It is funded under the Erasmus+ programme for the period 2020-2022.

INFORMER- INTEGRATION 4 FEMALE MIGRANTS

There is a strong link between refugees’ employment and their social network, especially contacts with the native-born; but women have far fewer networks than men, and mentorship schemes can help to create and sustain such networks.

Within this context, the INFORMER project objectives are to:

- support the economic and social integration of migrant women

- support the capacity of migrant women to interact and feel at ease in their social environment and their participation to social and political life at local level and/ or

- support migrant women moving into work and facilitate their sustainable labour market integration

The partnership is comprised by institutions from the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Belgium and Cyprus. It is funded by the Erasmus+ programme for the period 2020-2023.

INFORMER- INTEGRATION 4 FEMALE MIGRANTS

There is a strong link between refugees’ employment and their social network, especially contacts with the native-born; but women have far fewer networks than men, and mentorship schemes can help to create and sustain such networks.

Within this context, the INFORMER project objectives are to:

- support the economic and social integration of migrant women

- support the capacity of migrant women to interact and feel at ease in their social environment and their participation to social and political life at local level and/ or

- support migrant women moving into work and facilitate their sustainable labour market integration

The partnership is comprised by institutions from the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Belgium and Cyprus. It is funded by the Erasmus+ programme for the period 2020-2023.

SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education 

Tagmatarchi Pouliou 33, Nicosia 1101, Cyprus 

Tel/Fax: +357 22252315  

info@synthesis-center.com

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