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FosterINg migranTs intEGRAtion with crowdfunding

INTEGRA will provide young people with immigrant backgrounds that suffer from social discrimination with specific tools to overcome the barriers, entering labor market opportunities. It will improve also the educators’ skills in transferring particular competences through NFE methodologies.

Start date: 01/09/2022      End date: 31/08/2024                                                                                         

Project Reference: 2022-1-PL01-KA220-YOU-000086769                                             

EU Grant : 250.000,00 EUR

Programme: Erasmus+

Key Action: KA2

Action Type: Cooperation Partnerships (Youth)

 

Project PARTNERS:

  • Fundacja Instytut Europejski [PL] (Coordinator)
  • NGO Nest Berlin e.V. [DE]
  • Hypex Srl [IT]
  • Quality Culture SRLS [IT]
  • Nicea Kültür ve Eğitim Derneği [TR]
  • Zdruzhenie na gragani AMPERSAND Skopje – centar za razvoj na veshtini i kompetencii [ME]

Project TOPICS:

  • Inclusion and diversity in all fields of education, training, youth and sport
  • Promoting active citizenship, young people’s sense of initiative and youth entrepreneurship including social entrepreneurship

 
TARGET GROUPS:

(1) young educators, and volunteers

(2) first-generation migrants aged 18-30, with critical backgrounds public authorities, as local municipalities and regional governments, NGOs, local businesses, chambers of commerce and employment agencies, youth


Project OBJECTIVES:

  • Increase competences and improve skills with acquisition of knowledge related to the analysis of the market needs; tools to enter the labor market and a concrete methodology to fund social ideas, such as crowdfunding.
  • Improve competences in transferring knowledge through Non-Formal-Education methods, using for instance digital and interactive tools.

ABSTRACT:

INTEGRA will provide young people with immigrant backgrounds that suffer from social discrimination with specific tools to overcome the barriers, entering labor market opportunities. As the FRA in its Dec’21 summary report has outlined that “People with ethnic minority, religious or immigrant backgrounds regularly experience discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief in employment and to a higher degree than the general population” and “In 2018 more foreign-born young people aged 15-29 years were not in employment, education or training in the EU than native-born young people (12%).” INTEGRA can contribute to the reduction of differences on social inclusion as far as the employability and the access to labor market opportunities are concerned. The more the young migrants improve their capabilities the more they will have the possibility to not be discriminated.

 

Project OUTCOMES:

(1) Training Format

(2) Digital Tools