Multilingualism and multiculturalism are functional realities in today’s European societies. Ue carries out projects aimed at promoting social inclusion of migrants and refugees; encouraging cooperation, knowledge and innovation among social professionals; involving the Community in the challenge of integration; supporting alls national institutions to implement measures of social inclusion addressing migrants and refugees.
Integration policy which complements a protection status in the EU and which allows all newcomers, including refugees, to become economically productive leads to self-reliance, dignity, and social interaction and is beneficial to individuals and the receiving society. A society with large under-productive segments will not only be economically divided, but also socially and often geographically segregated. Getting integration right is therefore key to both a successful Europe and to an effective protection system for refugees in Europe.
This is an essential course for all those involved in education, such as school principals/directors, teachers of formal and informal education, trainers, public employees responsible for educational policies, community leaders, social workers, NGO and civil organisation staff.
The course is focused on the role of counseling and adult education in the processes of social integration of immigrants and refugees. Studies carried within this course will identify and exam determinants and programs supporting a successful inclusion, adaptation and acculturation of the above mentioned groups with special attention paid to programs developing intercultural competences.
The aim of this course is to examine national and european’s immigration policy as well as resettlement and integration of immigrants into European society. The first part of this course introduces students to debates on immigration policy; the causes and consequences of international migration; and the determinants of immigration policy. Immigration policies are regulatory mechanisms that determine who can come into a country and on what terms. The second part the course will examine difficulties experienced by immigrants in their strive to resettle and integrate into the European society; the needs and experiences of immigrant and refugee groups (such as women, children, elderly, and survivors of war and torture); and the role and activities of service agencies and service providers.
Participants will receive an overview of the relevant policy and processes involved in working with unaccompanied children, which will be related back to their day-to-day experiences, giving them a practical understanding of:
The educational programme will be re-organised accordingly to the professional needs of our partners. All courses proposed will pass through an accurate assesment of needs, goals and learning outputs. This process will be enhanced before every partnership request as the daily schedule.
Course location: Infol - Innovation Training Orientation and Employment
Site: Roma, Athens
Number of days of training: 5/6/7/10
Lesson time: 4 hours
Language of instruction: English , French, Turkish, Italian, Spanish,Bulgarian, Romanian.
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The course will combine theory input and discussion with analysis of practical incidents with the purpose of finding out different possible solutions. The methodology used is mainly content-based language instruction (communication through specific content).Text discussion, oral presentation and discussion, role-playing, self- and meta-reflection, debating and group interaction will be the strategies more frequently used.