“CMinaR: Higher Education course and in-service training for counselling refugees and migrants”
With the increased amount of refugee and migrant influx, the need to find a solution and develop a coping strategy for the challenges that arise has led to collaboration of the countries concerned. The CMinar Project is conducted to assist the social and economic integration of refugees and migrants.
The CMinaR Project developed and piloted evidence-based Higher Education courses that qualify future career counsellors for innovative career counselling and guidance of refugees and migrants. In-service training, for career-counselling practitioners working in Public Employment Agencies, to equip them with the knowledge, strategies and material to help them in their day-to-day practice with migrants and refugees, was developed and piloted.
The CMinaR project aimed to tackle the challenge of integrating refugees and migrants into the labour market, by bringing together experienced partners from countries that are amongst the most affected by, and that play a key role in, refugees’ integration .CMinaR now presents a European-coordinated teaching concept for vocational counsellors that can help to tackle the core task of integrating refugees.
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- LanguageEnglish Turkish
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