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Elektroniczna platforma na rzecz uczenia się dorosłych w Europie


European Partners needed for digitalisation and finalisation of innovative integration programmes for refugees and other migrants.

We wish to bring together a number (3-4) of European partners to collate, digitalise and disseminate three existing ERAMUS+ projects. We will create a set of materials and syllabuses to provide existing and potential practitioners working with refugees and other migrants to provide them with a ‘best practice’ guide for successful integration. The accessible digitalisation of the materials is essential for the project to have meaningful value.

This project would bring together three existing ERASMUS+ projects (REVALUE, ARIVE and SEESI), which have already developed/are developing a significant portion of the content. This material will be accompanied by a comprehensive, over-arching user guides, to be created within this project, to facilitate implementation and be as user-friendly as possible. All materials will be translated into local languages from partner organisations making the reach as wide as possible.

The user guides will combine guidance for individuals delivering courses to refugees and migrants alongside information related to the appropriate characteristics for participants from the refugee and migrant communities. Some of the elements to be included within the wider programme include;

INTEGRASS toolkit – a toolkit for one-to-one delivery with a refugee/migrant providing a measure of how “integrated” they are
SEESI tutor guide – a syllabus and teacher guidance detailing the ‘life before language’ methodology
Guidance for setting up work-based labs suitable for refugees and migrants.

We are seeking partners with experience of using digital tools to disseminate training materials and/or with who are part of national educational networks within the countries that they are based. We also seek organisations with experience of working with migrant communities (particularly refugees).

ACH does not necessarily want to be the lead partner on the application and is more than happy to cede this position to a more experienced partner organisation.

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