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Programma integra è impegnata nella realizzazione di progetti di ricerca e scambio di buone pratiche a livello europeo.

Principali temi dei progetti:

  • Imprenditoria migrante
  • Formazione e sviluppo di competenze professionali degli operatori
  • Imprenditoria sociale
  • Formazione di migranti e rifugiati
  • Minori stranieri non accompagnati

Principali programmi di finanziamento di riferimento:

  • Erasmus+
  • AMIF – Asylum Migration and Integration Fund
  • EaSI – Employment and Social Innovation Programme

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Per informazioni:

e-mail: progetti@programmaintegra.it

Completed Projects

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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SESBA – Social Enterprise Skills for Business Advisers

The aim of SESBA is to enhance the profile of business advisors in order to better respond to the field of social entrepreneurship. The project focuses on the development of new methodologies and consulting techniques that will build upon the theoretical knowledge of the target group. Finally, it aims at the cultivation of new practical advisory skills on behalf of the consultants in order to be able to encourage attributes of social entrepreneurship. SESBA is co-financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Program 2015, Key Activity 2, Strategic Partnership VET – Vocational education and training.

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LL2II – Learning of Local Bodies to Integrate Immigrants

LL2II project aims to train, to empower and to create network among local bodies and field actors of immigrant services to build a new practices to support integration and inclusione of immigrants in the host society. The project focuses on a development of a training curriculum of ‘Training for Better Integration of Immigrants’ to create an innovative structural adult training methodology for local bodies acting in the field of immigration management which can be implemented in all European countries and others. LL2II is co-financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Program 2015, Key Activity 2, Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices – Strategic Partnerships for adult education.

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Web site www.ll2ii.eu

WINGS project – Elevating Women Entrepreneurship Initiatives for Generating Sustainable Impact and Networks

The project aims to create a strong, recognizable and sustainable EU-wide network and an online platform for facilitating the access and share of existing learning and training offers to support women entrepreneurs. The project gives particular attention to immigrant women’s entrepreneurship through a regional report on this specific issue. WINGS is co-financed by the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme 2013, Key Activity 3, ICT Multilateral Network.

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Web site wings-network.eu

I SEE YOU – Initiative to foster Social Entrepreneurship Experience for Youth

The I SEE YOU project is an initiative of 8 partners from 7 countries (Spain, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, UK, Ireland and Austria) addressing the critical issue of youth unemployment in the European Union placing a special emphasis on migrants/minorities. Youth unemployment has become one of the most pressing labor market issues in Europe since the economic crisis. An even higher unemployment rate is faced by migrants and minority group members, who have to battle social exclusion. I SEE YOU aims to offer a flexible, integrative approach to train and capacitate young people to become skillful social entrepreneurs in IT by developing the capabilities and skills of young unemployed people with an affinity for IT and interest in creating their own social businesses.

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Web site www.iseeyou-network.eu

TIME – Train Intercultural Mediators for a Multicultural Europe

The project TIME – Train Intercultural Mediators for a Multicultural Europe explores practices of training and employing intercultural mediators for immigrants (IMfI) throughout the EU. It promotes the exchange of good practices in the field of intercultural mediation by proposing model training programmes for both intercultural mediators and their trainers. TIME also analyses existing structures in the partner countries and proposes recommendations for the validation of IMfI training. TIME is co-financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme 2014, Key Activity 2, VET – Vocational education and training.

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Web site www.mediation-time.eu

I Minori stranieri a Roma – Seconda Fase

Il progetto ‘I minori stranieri a Roma – Seconda Fase’, finanziato dai fondi erogati dalla Cabina di regia per il piano cittadino – Legge 285/97, intende proseguire l’indagine sulla condizione dei minori stranieri a Roma, avviata con il progetto “I minori stranieri a Roma”, conclusosi nel 2012.

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I minori stranieri a Roma: quadro statistico e analisi dei percorsi di integrazione

I minori stranieri a Roma: quadro statistico e analisi dei processi di integrazione

Il progetto “I minori stranieri a Roma”, coordinato da Programma integra e finanziato da Roma Capitale – Dipartimento per la Promozione dei Servizi Sociali e Salute nell’ambito del progetto “Cabina di regia per il Piano Cittadino” in attuazione della legge 285/97, intende realizzare un’indagine sulla condizione dei minori stranieri che vivono a Roma e fornire proposte e strumenti di intervento per migliorare le iniziative realizzate dall’Ente locale per questi soggetti.

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REdHNET – Romani People and Educational and Housing Policies: Key Links to Share

The project aims to create and expand at a European level a solid Network – consisting of regional and local authorities, civil society organizations, Roma associations, research centers and other institutional actors – for the mutual policy learning among the actors involved in the development and implementa-tion of local practices in the field of education and housing aimed at Roma migrants, in particular from Romania and Bulgaria, in both countries of origin and destination. The project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme, Key Activity 1 Policy Cooperation and Innovation, Action 3.2 Support for network activities for awareness-raising of the most successful experiences in the social integration of Roma, including cultural, linguistic and social aspects.

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