MigrArts is an Erasmus+ project that aims to improve the integration of migrants by better taking into account their cultural rights, at the local, national and European levels.
The project ASAP - Accessing services, Sharing Approaches and Practices wants to support local service providers and civil society organisations in the implementation of effective and replicable practices which can respond to refugees and other migrants ’ needs in the access to public services in the fields of employment, housing, education and health.
At the “Conference on Innovative Methods of Young Roma Inclusion in Society” held on 15.07.2021. from 10am to 2pm in the Novinarski Dom in Zagreb and online, we presented the new handbook “Organisation the Job Shadowing and Mentoring Programme” together with trainees, a mentor, and the Roma youth organisation of Croatia (RYOC).
Turn your ideas into practical action!
Calling all non-profit organizations, associations and new initiatives led by third country nationals and/or working in the framework of integration and boosting social entrepreneurship skills among new members of our societies.
Embrace your curiosity. Bring your innovative thinking. Turn your ideas into practical action.
“SKOCKANO – quality standard of civil society organisations constructively engaged in non-formal education“
Non-formal education provided by civil society organizations (CSOs) is important link in increasing the civic competencies, prevention of discriminatory and risk behavior as well as in improving of life quality and development of local communities.
Reports from international organizations active in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as monthly reports from Border Violence Monitoring Network, show a new escalation of violence towards migrants.
We are bringing you news from our activities on Boosting Entrepreneurial Skills as Tool of integration of migrants to labour market. The past few months have been busy for us, and we are preparing many exciting activities for the beginning of 2020!
»Diaspora engagement in the EU« was the international conference organized within the AMIF project We all need new engagement (WANNE) in the European Parliament in Brussels on 4 November. The questions we have addressed are among others: what are the major challenges facing the diaspora engagement within their communities in the EU; how are NGOs and diaspora organizations addressing these challenges; what are the potential areas of engagement with diaspora within the EU; what are the missing links in harnessing the benefits of diaspora engagement within the EU; how can the EU support the member states, NGOs and diaspora organizations?
Within the international AMIF project We all need new engagement - WANNE, partners from Austria, Slovenia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Romania and Croatia prepared the Transnational Report: Good Practices Fostering Participation and Inclusion of TCNs in Austria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Malta, Romania and Slovenia.
WHAT IS EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE?
Empowering Communities in Europe is an international project co-funded by the European Commission. The project was led by the British Council in Poland and delivered together with civil society organisations in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Slovakia.