EPALE's thematic focus from August to September is on social inclusion of vulnerable groups
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Simon Broek debunks some of the myths about vulnerable social groups and talks about the role of employers in upskilling low-skilled adults.
People's participation in the metropolitan project, even when it is sought by communities, is made difficult by a lack of metropolitan culture. However the existence of a metropolitan citizenship is both a political and an important societal issue.
At Southern Regional College (SRC), we have spent decades building on what came before and bring that experience forward to meet the challenges of the present. An international two-year partnership with several other EU countries allowed for the development of an online equality and diversity programme supporting migrant, refugee and asylum seeker communities.
For new immigrants, integration into the labour market is a key requirement for gaining a foothold in their host country. To this end, counselling offers are required that are tailored to new immigrants and enable appropriate competency assessment.
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