KMOP partner organized a workshop on the 12th of November online. It went really well It lasted 1 hour and the participants received a presentation of the organization and the project beforehand. With a total of 7 participants, all experts, and also a migrant. Their feedback was really helpful in order to better shape the introductory step. We have updated the shared report with our step.
On 15,16,17 of September, an online staff training took place, under the initiative Migrants for Migrants, which is focused on fostering the inclusion of newly-arrived migrants in their host society by using the Buddy System.
This initiative intends to promote the inclusion of migrants in their host communities by facilitating their empowerment and by creating links and sustainable contacts between refugee associations, social services, local administrations, and volunteer associations.
«The COVID-19 pandemic has largely put a freeze on migration. But will the movement of people recover once the current crisis is over? In an interview with UN News, Gary Rynhart, a senior official at the UN labour agency, ILO, explains why a return to “normal” is unlikely, and migrants will probably face a very different job market.»
Young refugees and locals living under the same roof: intercultural communal living as a catalyst for refugees’ integration in European urban communities?