ENHANCEMENT OF MIGRANTS ABILITIES AND RECOGNITION OF THEIR ACQUIRED COMPETENCES IN EUROPE
"Saluzzo Migrante" project aims to support migrants, in particular seasonal workers in the agricultural sector, offering: support (legal, sanitary, educational), welcome services and social and cultural integration. It is a local projetc of "Caritas in-migration" (www.inmigration.caritas.it) financed by Caritas Italiana. This website was designed with the aim of creating a single channel of communication on the theme of migration and to refer to the knowledge of this phenomenon.
An Italian website which provides comparative information on the costs of sending remittances with the aim of ensuring greater transparency and clarity of information and encouraging those operating in the market to improve the products and services offered to migrants. It is the result of the shared vision and goals of its supporting partners: IOM (the International Organisation for Migration), ACLI, ARCI, ARCS, Banca Etica, CeSPI (the Centre for International Political Studies), ETIMOS, IPSIA, UCODEP and WWF Italy. The site was made possible thanks to the interest and generous contribution of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (the Directorate-General for Development Cooperation and the Directorate-General for multilateral Economic and Financial Cooperation).
The Office for the Pastoral Care of Migrants is the Office of the Archdiocese of Turin which has the statutory task of operating in the following areas: immigrant foreigners, italian internal migrants,refugees, refugees, stateless persons and asylum seekers, italian emigrants, Roma, Sinti and Nomadi, With the twofold objective of favoring the socio-cultural insertion of the foreign communities present on the diocesan territory, as well as of following the foreign Catholic communities, while promoting ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue.Offers services of:Reception, listening and information on resources offered by the city, orientation and training, support in the preparation and submission of practices relating to residence, citizenship, and family reunification.
Born in 2011 with the Mediato project, is becoming an incubator of projects focused on training and information for operators who relate to foreign users: from teachers/trainers to administrative staff of school, from practitioners to jobseekers. The community of professionals and institutional partners has expanded, enriching the exchange of information and continuous updating of all its stakeholders.
Diaconia Valdese promotes projects for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees, accommodation: Widespread hosting at local level (Piedmont Region, near Pinerolo) through the inclusion of migrants in apartments where they can independently manage daily life. Other activites:
- linguistic, cultural, legal and work orientation with the help of other local vocational bodies and job center.
- facilitating initiatives to access to socio-health and educational services
- projects for inclusion in training courses and training internships. Internationally, Diaconia Valdese is a partner of the European Fast Lane project (www. fastlane-project.eu) aimed at improving the methodologies for the integration of refugees into the labor market
- legal and logistic support to the so-called "dublinati " (Dublin Regulation).
Subdirección General de Integración de los Inmigrantes
Organismo para la concertación de actuaciones de promoción de la integración de los inmigrantes, solicitantes de asilo, refugiados, apátridas, personas acogidas al régimen de protección temporal y otros estatutos de protección subsidiaria con otros departamentos ministeriales, Comunidades Autónomas, entidades locales y entidades públicas y privadas y, en particular, la gestión y seguimiento del Fondo de Apoyo a la acogida y la integración de los inmigrantes así como para el refuerzo educativo de los mismos y la promoción de programas innovadores en el ámbito de acogida e integración en el entorno local.
Guia de ONGs para Inmigrantes
Las ONGs que se dedican a inmigración defienden la inclusión de estas personas en sus países de llegada, sobre todo aquellos que huyen de su país en busca de una vida mejor. Se trata de defender sus derechos, darles cobijo y asistencia médica para favorecer su inclusión legal en el país al que han llegado huyendo de la violencia. El problema es que este proceso de la legalización es muy difícil y las condiciones en las que llegan muchos de ellos inhumanas y no se da abasto en la asistencia pero las ONGs hacen todo lo posible para que la inclusión se lleve a cabo.
Foro para la integración social de los inmigrantes
El Foro para la Integración social de los Inmigrantes es el órgano de consulta, información y asesoramiento en materia de integración de los inmigrantes, con el objetivo de promover la participación e integración de los inmigrantes en la sociedad española, proponiendo, informando y canalizando actuaciones encaminadas a dichos fines.
Plataforma intercultural de España
La PIE surge a raíz de observar la falta información necesaria existente en el colectivo de migrantes para realizar cualquier actividad que implique participación ciudadana y la casi inexistente comunicación entre ellos, así como las grandes necesidades a las que se enfrentan. Viene llevando adelante distintas actividades de participación y está integrada a su vez por más de 40 asociaciones de migrantes de distintos orígenes, con el objetivo de alcanzar la igualdad de trato, de participación y de oportunidades sin importar el lugar de origen.
Subdirectorate General for the integration of migrants
Organization aiming at the coordination of actions to promote the integration of migrants, asylum-seekers, refugees, stateless persons, persons covered by the temporary protection regime and other subsidiary protection statutes with other ministerial departments, Autonomous Communities, local and public entities, and, in particular, the management and monitoring of the Fund to Support the reception and integration of migrants as well as their educational reinforcement and the promotion of innovative programs in the area of reception and integration in the local environment.
Guide of NGOs for migrants
The NGOs that dedicate themselves to immigration defend the inclusion of these people in their countries of arrival, especially those who flee their country searching a better life. It is about defending their rights, giving them shelter and medical assistance to favor their legal inclusion in the country that they have arrived fleeing from violence. This process of legalization is very difficult and the conditions in which many of them arrive are inhumane and can not cope with the assistance but NGOs do everything possible for the inclusion to take place.
Forum for the social integration of migrants
The Forum for the social integration of migrants is the body for consultation, information and advice on the integration of migrants, with the aim of promoting the participation and integration of migrants in Spanish society, proposing, informing and channeling actions aimed at to those purposes.
Intercultural platform of Spain (PIE)
The PIE arises from observing the lack of necessary information existing in the group of migrants to carry out any activity that implies citizen participation and the almost nonexistent communication between them, as well as the great needs that they face. It is carrying out different participation activities and is integrated by more than 40 associations of migrants from different origins, with the aim of achieving equal treatment, participation and opportunities regardless of the place of origin.
VluchtelingenWerk Nederland (Dutch Council for Refugees)
Refugees have a right to a fair asylum procedure, and subsequently access to adequate housing, education, health care and work. The Dutch Council for Refugees is an independent, non-governmental organization that defends those rights.
Dutch Knowledge Centre APL
The Dutch Knowledge Centre for APL is responsible for the knowledge management and dissemination on the subject APL and RPL and validation processes in the Netherlands. It also plays an important role in the further development of APL and validating learning outcomes in the Netherlands and in all the matters concerning the quality standards for APL in the Netherlands. The centre works under guidance of the Dutch Ministry of Education.
Dutch Qualification Framework (NLQF)
The National Coordination Point NLQF (NCP) is an independent body which is responsible for the development and implementation of the NLQF. The Dutch Qualifications Framework (NLQF) is a new way of describing Dutch qualification levels. It is a systematic organisation of all existing qualification levels in The Netherlands.
Recruitment and selection in the agricultural sector and agribusiness for companies in the Netherlands and abroad.
A training institute and the training desk for employers and employees in greenhouse horticulture.
Wekwijzervluchtelingen.nl is a portal developed by the Dutch government in cooperation with companies and non-profit organisations. You can find information about legislation, policy, support opportunities and best practices regarding refugees and (voluntary)work, integration and education. They aim at supporting the integration of refugees. Their main target groups are employers, education institutes and societal organization. But it also offers practical information (in Dutch) for refugees.
Blik op Werk
Blik op Werk is an independent quality- and knowledge institute. They strive for opportunities for healthy work for all citizens of the Netherlands. In their vision sustainable participation in work helps citizens to be social and healthy and be part of the society. It is a non-profit organization.
In the website you can search for companies and integration / language courses with the quality label Blik op Werk.
is a news web site with main national information about migration, you can find information about legislation, policies and integration. It's in Italian language.
the web site deals with local, regional, national and international information about inter-cultural mediation, diversity and integration.
is a web site, developed by Piedmont Region on anti-discrimination: regional activities, inter-regional projects and the local press monitoring.
is the web site about initiatives tackled by Piedmont region: observatory on migration, research and data analysis
The Association Carta di Roma has been founded in December 2011 with the goal of implementing the Journalist's Code of Conduct on immigration. Carta di Roma seeks to be a stable reference point for those who work on daily basis with media and minorities issues: journalists, media operators, as well as various institutions, associations and activists involved in promoting and supporting the rights of asylum seekers, refugees, minorities and migrants in the field of media reporting
It's the portal about The Protection System for Asylum Seekers and Refugees (SPRAR), it is made up of the network of local institutions that implement reception projects for forced migrants by accessing, within the available resources, the National Fund for Asylum Policies and Services, managed by the Ministry of the Interior and provided under the Government finance law.
is a portal developed by the Italian government. You can find information about legislation, policy, support opportunities and best practices regarding immigrants and refugees.
The website has assembled toolboxes for companies, municipalities and job seekers, with useful knowledge to bring ethnic minorities into continuing employment. The website present many good solutions and tools when ethnic minorities are going to work or practice.
On the website of the Immigration and Integration Ministry, you can read about integration, housing placement, repatriation, basic education, bonuses for companies employing refugees, etc.
One of the newer initiatives is the establishment of the so-called Integration Basic Education (IGU), a 3-year trial scheme that will help refugees and family reunions to refugees to attend regular employment or begin vocational education. The education allows companies to train and recruit the labor needed.
The 'New Danes Association' works to pave the way for ethnic minorities in the labor market and make diversity management a natural and valued element in Danish business. The website describes the so-called 'branch packages', which are now used in 16 of Denmark's 98 municipalities. The initiative is that, as a new jobseeker, you are upgraded to the job areas where there are job opportunities in the local area.
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