Find more about the activities of the Research and Exchange of Best Practices Area
Programma integra works on the implementation of research and exchange of best practices projects on a European level.
Main topics of the projects:
- Migrant enterprise
- Training and development of professional competences of social professionals
- Social entrepreneurship
- Training of migrants and refugees
- Foreign unaccompanied minors
Main funding programmes:
AMIF – Asylum Migration and Integration Fund
EaSI – Employment and Social Innovation Programme
Parents for all
The project Parents4all wants to reinforce and develop the intercultural competences of native parents and of foreign parents, in order to contribute effectively to the social inclusion of foreign school-aged students. The project is co-funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme 2017, Activity Key 2, Cooperation for the innovation and the exchange of best practices.
INSERT PRO Migrants – Support the PROfessional Integration of Migrants in Europe
The project INSERT PRO Migrants aims at improving the working integration and/or the access at the enterprise of migrants and refugees. INSERT PRO Migrants is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme 2017, Key Activity 2 – Cooperation for the innovation and the exchange of best practices – Strategic Partnerships for VET – Vocational Education and Training.
REVaLUE – Refugees Empowerment through VET in an inclusive Europe
The REVaLUE project aims at improving the economic integration of refugees through promotion and facilitation of their access to qualified jobs. For this purpose, the project will conceive and validate a kit of tools for the evaluation of the competences of the recipients, two professional training courses to develop professional competences, key competences across-the-board and training workshops on the job. REVaLUE is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme 2016, Key Activity 2 – Cooperation for the innovation and the exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships for VET.
SESBA – Social Enterprise Skills for Business Advisers
The SESBA project aims at providing new methodologic tools for business advisers who wish to offer their support to social enterprises. One of the main achievements of the project will be the creation of a toolkit to improve the consultancy services on social enterprise and to encourage its spreading. SESBA is co-funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme 2015, Key Activity 2, Strategic Partnerships for VET.
SMART – Volunteering for Female Migrants
Smart is a project of intersectoral cooperation – civil society, enterprising community and female migrants – which aims at promoting a better integration and an active participation of women coming from third countries in the social and economic life of European countries. The project is set on innovative practices and tools which will create a structured path for updating and improving female migrants’ competences, as well as a path of knowledge and raising awareness on the topic of volunteering work and the world of the enterprises. SMART is co-funded by the European Commission under the AMIF –Asylum Migration and Integration Fund 2017.