Migrants and Refugees as Re-Builders (KA2 Cross-borders Intercultural and Societal Entrepreneurs) is a 3 year partnership of organisations from the UK, Turkey, Sweden and Spain who are developing innovative training responses to support migrants and refugees from the Horn of Africa, the Middle East, Magreb and Latin America.
The project is aimed at supporting adult educators of migrants and refugees who settle into their new communities, re-build their lives, and eventually contribute to the development of their home countries.
One of the main outcomes of the project is a curriculum, aimed at adult educators to enhance their teaching experience when working with migrants and refugees.
The vision is that among migrants and refugees are some who, with training and support, have the potential to contribute to rebuilding their communities in their host countries, and eventually, in their countries of origin.
Subsequent elements of the three-year project will include an online tool for self-assessing competence in delivering the material, and an online tool for evaluating its effectiveness. The curriculum is based on learning and teaching approaches from both the formal and non-formal educational sectors.