E4I is a EU project of the Erasmus + Programme and it aims to: – Develop and provide an integral training program for professionals with the most innovative tools and an interactive model for the social and labour inclusion of MNAR (migrants, newcomers, asylum seekers and refugees) – Provide professionals working with migrants with the […]
“My JMDI Toolbox” offers a flexible and comprehensive tool for local stakeholders (local authorities, civil society, migrants’ associations, academia, international organizations etc.) to mainstream migration into local development planning, in order to be able to better harness the development potential of migration. The contents of the Toolbox were designed as a direct response to the […]
This guide provides material that can be used by both employers and employees, as well as anyone offering guidance, as a support tool to cover legal rights and procedures. It also offers a decalogue to follow in order to offer equal opportunities, including putting value on non-formal acquired competences as well as competences built in […]
Chosen as an example of good practice by the European Commision, the Forward project offers a downloadable toolbox and handbook aiming to improve the social inclusion of migrant women.
This online evaluation tool has been designed as a useful resource for trainers and tutors in companies and training centres. The ASSESS tool will help them to evaluate workers and candidates, focusing on their performance indicators, as well as on the importance of the correlation between individual projects and the needs of companies and businesses.
This document is a compendium of migrant females working in the care sector and how they face inequality. At the end of the document, some challenges are highlighted, such as the need to raise awareness of, and put value on, the care services that are performed in private settings.
This case study, built through the life story of a female migrant in the centre of Spain, leads us through different aspects of migration through the eyes of a female carer, and how they impact on the private space (the families) and the public space, building a global connection.
This video explains clearly what formal, non-formal and informal education mean, as well as giving examples and highlighting the pros and cons of each one.
Guide covering the most basic needs that any migrant looking for guidance will require, such as legal support, education access and education standardization.
This document aims to support the labour counsellor in incorporating the gender perspective into sessions. It has a specific section on how to proceed, and how to understand a female migrant user.