Cross sectorial seminar on European shared Strategies to put in place a coherent involvement of migrants, youth migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in Erasmus+
15-17 May 2017, Rome Italy
The Italian Erasmus+ National Agencies will be organizing the cross-sectorial seminar to share tools, practices and methodologies that the different actors involved in the field of education use for a coherent participation of migrants and youth migrants.
Erasmus+ Programme can be used by youth workers, youth leaders, policy makers, teachers, trainers, educators and all the stakeholders involved in the Youth, Education and Training fields as a tool to facilitate and promote the integration and the concrete and positive involvement of youth migrants and youth refugees in our societies.
The aim of the activity is to share tools, practices and methodologies in order to foster the establishment of networks among people working in the different sectors of the Programme.
The seminar is recommended for Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Project managers, Youth Policy Makers, EVS mentors/tutors.
The seminar wishes to become a space where the different Actors can learn the different approaches used to involve youth migrants and migrants in general in to the daily life of the local organizations.
It is foreseen a field visit in one NGO to show a local practice combining NGO activities and Erasmus+ activities.
Working Language: English
Costs: Hellenic National Agency will cover 95% of your travel costs.
Accommodation and food costs will be covered by the National Agency of Italy.
For further information about the training and submission of the application form, please visit: https://www.salto-youth.net/tools/european-training-calendar/training/cross-sectioral-seminar-on-european-shared-strategies-to-put-in-place-a-coherent-involvement-of-migrants-youth-migrants-asilum-seeckers-and-refugees-in-erasmus.6348/
Application Deadline: 25 March 2017
For further information, please contact Natasa Dedousi, tel 2131314450, email: firstname.lastname@example.org