Invitation to participate in the survey: Promotion of creativity and innovation at universities and technical colleges CIM is an EU-funded research and development project with the aim of developing a learning approach to foster creativity and innovation in higher education.
FSEPS stands for Families, Social Exclusion and places of Safety and is a EU funded Programme that will actively support mothers who live with their children in refuges or other places of safety. The project aim is to combat social
Validation of social competences in the integration process The EU project VIC – Validation of Integration Competences has developed an e-learning offer for trainers who work with migrants and refugees within the framework of competence check courses, language- or qualification
Health literacy for migrants – new resources online Language barriers, finding one’s way in a new health system, different attitudes and a lack of knowledge about health services: These are all challenges faced by migrants, especially refugees, in their new
REST – 26 months in a nutshell Time flies by! Our 26-months project REST ‘Refugee Employment Support and Training’ is already coming to an end. REST started in late 2016 with the aim to develop a comprehensive training and support
LikeHome Policy Recommendations In our EU project LikeHome we developed policy recommendations, which summarize the necessary steps to foster the inclusion of refugees into the European labour market and into education processes. You can read the full document here.
SUFOGIS Project started! die Berater® hosted the kick-off meeting of SUFOGIS, an exciting new EU knowledge transfer project with partners from Russian and China on the one hand, and Greece, Finland and Austria on the other hand. SUFOGIS shares EU knowledge
The EU project M-Easy has the aim to provide an innovative maths training offer for low-skilled adults through mobile applications. The partners are making good progress towards this aim and have recently finalized the development of an e-directory of existing
What are the benefits of employing refugees? What challenges employers usually face? What support do they need to successfully integrate refugees into the workplace? The COME IN partnership carried out an extensive transnational research to answer these questions and find
Network recommendations for a new professionalism of in-company vet personnel The Level-Up project has broadly discussed issues around a new professionalism for in-company VET personnel and what is needed to achieve it. Follow the link to read more about what