Overview of contents and certificates of attendance
In this course, we present several practices of social inclusion aiming at young migrants and refugees and especially unaccompanied minors in the transition to adulthood.
The course is divided into 5 lessons. In each lesson, practices from one of the countries participating in the CiSoTRA project are included. The practices were selected from 34 best practices identified by the project team:
To complete the course and earn an attendance certificate, watch all the videos, read all the readings and mark all the lessons as completed. After finalizing the Evaluation and suggestions you will be able to download and print your certificate.
- to present good practices of social inclusion initiatives aiming at young migrants and refugees
- to discuss possibilities for improvements and suggestion for EU, national and local policies
- volunteering organisations
- local authorities
- social workers
The course contents were created in CiSoTRA project financed under Erasmus+ KA3 action. Partners involved in the project who also contributed to this course were International School for Social and Business Studies from Slovenia, Pegaso Online University, Italy, Osservatorio CSIG (CSIG) from Italy, Institut für sozialwissenschaftliche Beratung GmbH (ISOB) from Germany, and Action Synergy SA (AS) from Greece.
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