Finding grass-root solutions for refugee crisis in..
Finding grass-root solutions for refugee crisis in Europe
Start date: Mar 1, 2016,
End date: Dec 31, 2016
The project is organizing a 2 Exchanges of Youth Workers and 6-day Partnership Building Activity in Brussels, Belgium bringing together 12 organizations, from various parts of Europe. It will explore the potential for collaboration and exchange of practices among grass root organisations and workers who already work or a willing to engage more in the work with migrants and refugees. The main aim is to increase opportunities for quality partnerships among different stakeholders within the framework of the Erasmus +, on the topic of migration and refugees.The project objectives are:− To provide cooperation opportiunities and new partnerships among different actors working on the topic of migration and refugee;− To understand the basics of quality partnerships and to be able to develop the quality partnership on international level;− To encourage the development of the basis of the future common Erasmus+ project ideas tackling issues connected to migration;− Initiate and reinforce future cooperation between youth workers and other relevant stakeholders;− Explore the concept of social innovation in the framework of Erasmus plus cooperation;The project will connect various actors from different parts of Europe who are supporting the transition of migrants and refugees from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region and will encourage them to come up with strategies for the current migration and refugee challenges in Europe. The programme includes inputs on about the Erasmus plus programme (priorities, objectives, deadlines, format), elements to better understand the context of refugee crisis and tendencies, as well as elements on how to develop and sustain a quality partnership. As follow up at least 5 Erasmus plus project will be develop as well as many local and national initiatives;
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