Overview of contents and certificates of attendance
In this course, we focus on the first reception which is carried out in collective centres where migrants who have just arrived are identified and can start the asylum application procedure. Hotspots are centres where migrants receive first medical treatment, undergo health screening, are identified and photographed and can apply for international protection.
.The course is divided into 2 lessons.
To complete the course and earn an attendance certificate, watch all the videos, read all the readings and mark all the lessons as competed. After finalizing the Evaluation and suggestions you will be able to download and print your certificate.
- to present several operational tasks related to the first reception of unaccompanied minors
- to discuss how the first reception can affect the process of social inclusion of unaccompanied minors
- policy makers
- volunteering organisations
- 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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