Partenaires

Les ateliers sont menés en partenariat avec les acteurs institutionnels locaux concernés  par  l'intégration des migrants, que nous remercions.

Partenaires

Download the draft tools

 

The partner organizations designed 4 tools

to be experimented in different contexts.

Feel free to download it, use it

and share your feedback with the team of the project.

Dance workshops methodology, where dance is used as a tool for empowerment.

Art laboratories methodology, using a multidisciplinary approach and especially art as a tool of inclusion.

E-learning modules for youth workers based on the Reciprocal Maieutic Approach, facilitating self-expression.

A Storytelling T-kit for the use of multimedia techniques such as photography in storytelling workshops.

Did you experiment the tools?

We would be really grateful if you could share the results with us by sending an email to ka2inandout(a)gmail.com

Experimentation Phase

The In&Out methodology is an ongoing process, meaning that the partner organizations are currently experimenting with the four tools proposed by the partnership, in order to adapt it to each context and target group.

On this page, you will find a summary of each experimentation.

Do you want to contribute? Please feel free to download the draft version of the tools and to give us your feedback by email: ka2inandout@gmail.com

ADILES (coordinateur)

L’Association de Développement des initiatives des Îles Européennes (ADILES - coordinateur du projet In&Out), association à but non lucratif basée en Guadeloupe (RUP France), est un projet collaboratif basé sur une observation: la difficulté pour les animateurs et professionnels des régions ultrapériphériques de développer leurs activités et projets de coopération de manière durable par rapport aux autres territoires.


Mission


La mission de l'association est de développer les compétences professionnelles, de stimuler les échanges de bonnes pratiques, le dialogue interculturel, la mise en réseau des territoires de la région Afrique-Caraïbes-Pacifique (ACP) et de l'Union européenne. À ce titre, l'association conçoit et met en œuvre des projets transnationaux visant à renforcer la capacité des acteurs institutionnels des régions insulaires du RUP dans les domaines de l’esprit d’entreprise, de l’engagement des volontaires, de la participation à la vie civique des jeunes, l'intégration sociale et professionnelle ainsi que l'inclusion de publics dits vulnérables (jeunes, femmes, migrants, personnes handicapées, etc.).

Priorité d'action

→ renforcer les capacités des professionnels et acteurs du secteur de l'éducation, travaillant avec les groupes défavorisés (jeunes, migrants, femmes, etc) ;
→ ouvrir aux travailleurs de jeunesse travaillant avec des groupes défavorisés des possibilités de réseautage, de contacts professionnels et d'alliances productives avec leurs homologues européens et internationaux œuvrant dans le domaine de l'intégration et de l'inclusion professionnelles;
→ faciliter l'accès à l'information et améliorer la connaissance des dispositifs régionaux et européens ainsi que la mise en place de programmes de formation visant l'inclusion des groupes défavorisés.

L' association ADILES accompagnent les associations, organisations professionnelles (Pôle l'emploi international, Cité des métiers…) et les collectivités locales (régions, départements, communes, communautés d'agglomération) dans la mise en place d'actions d'information et de sensibilisation pour renforcer les capacités des publics dits vulnérables.

Dans ce contexte, ADILES :
→ soutient le développement de projets de coopération transnationale et la mise en œuvre d'actions de communication visant l'intégration sociale et l'engagement par la culture, le bénévolat,
→ réalise et participe à des actions d'information et de formation sur l'intégration des migrants et développe, en partenariat avec des opérateurs locaux (associations, clubs, centres de formation, etc.), des actions en faveur de l'apprentissage du français et des langues étrangères;
→ assiste les autorités locales et les opérateurs locaux dans les missions d'évaluation des projets de coopération régionale.

ADILES a initié et coordonne le projet de partenariat stratégique In & Out.

Quelques données sur la migration en Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe

Project Activities

Providing youth workers with methodological tools to strengthen their support to young migrants and disadvantaged young people

 

The partner organizations designed 4 tools to be experimented in different contexts.

Feel free to download it, use it and share your feedback to the team of the project.

Dance workshops methodology, where dance is used as a tool for empowerment.

Art laboratories methodology, using a multidisciplinary approach and especially art as a tool of inclusion.

E-learning modules for youth workers based on the Reciprocal Maieutic Approach, facilitating self-expression.

A Storytelling T-kit for the use of multimedia techniques such as photography in storytelling workshops.

Did you experiment the tools?

We would be really grateful if you could share the results with us by sending an email to ka2inandout(a)gmail.com

Some data about migration

When talking about migration, Europe usually has the feeling to be invaded, developing fears, ignorance and obstacles for the migrant people to get included in the hosting countries.

 

But what are the real facts?

Let's have a look at some data about migration

in Guadeloupe (France), Spain, Sweden and Sicily (Italy).

(Click on the images to enlarge)

Guadeloupe

Sweden

Spain

Sicily Italy

Sources / to go further

Guadeloupe:

https://www.senat.fr/rap/l05-371-1/l05-371-19.html#fn12

https://www.immigration.interieur.gouv.fr/Info-ressources/Actualites/L-actu-immigration/La-loi-du-7-mars-2016-relative-au-droit-des-etrangers

http://www.lemonde.fr/gouvernement-philippe/article/2017/09/06/loi-sur-l-immigration-macron-annonce-une-refondation-complete_5181490_5129180.html#sAKt7gE7FbiP4Uag.99

https://www.la-croix.com/France/Immigration/visa-outre-mer-lutter-contre-limmigration-illegale-2017-08-30-1200873081

Spain:

Official data as of January 1, 2017. INE web (Spanish Statistical Office) Continuous census

http://extranjeros.empleo.gob.es/es/Programas_Integracion/Plan_estrategico2011/index.html

Sweden:

https://www.migrationsverket.se/download/18.4a5a58d51602d141cf41003/1515076326490/Asyls%C3%B6kande%20till%20Sverige%202000-2017.pdf

http://www.scb.se/hitta-statistik/sverige-i-siffror/manniskorna-i-sverige/in-och-utvandring/

http://www.riksdagen.se/sv/dokument-lagar/dokument/svensk-forfattningssamling/lag-2016752-om-tillfalliga-begransningar-av_sfs-2016-752

https://www.svd.se/moment-22-nar-asylsokande-ska-jobba

Italy:

http://s2ew.caritasitaliana.it/materiali/Rapporto_immigrazione/2017/Sintesi_RICM2016.pdf)

www.istat.it

http://www.gazzettaufficiale.it/eli/id/2017/04/21/17G00062/sg

Some data about migration2

guadeloupe

CESIE

Aims, objectives and mission:

CESIE is a European Centre of studies and initiatives, established in 2001, inspired by the work and theories of the sociologist Danilo Dolci (1924-1997).

Our Mission

To promote educational innovation, participation and growth.

Our Vision

The world is only one creature

CESIE links local, national and international contexts and is committed to stimulating development and change in cultural, educational and economic spheres through the creation and use of innovative tools and methods.

Our Units and Objectives

- Youth: Enhancing active citizenship, training, education and mobility of young people

- Migration: Developing effective and inclusive approaches for asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.

- Higher Education and Research: Fostering progress, sustainable and responsible research and innovation in Higher Education and Research Systems.

- Rights and Justices: Promoting equality, protecting human rights, preventing violence and discriminations by developing appropriate responses.

- Adult: Upgrading lifelong learning in adult education, boosting innovative practices and developing key competences for adults.

- School: Improving quality and efficiency in school education

Main activities

CESIE is strongly committed towards the inclusion of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers into the local community through our daily work in one of the most multicultural areas of Palermo. Through a specific Unit focused on Migration, CESIE targets people with migrant background in order to increase the impact of those activities on the beneficiaries; to offer continuous and structured paths of social inclusion and socialization; to set up educational processes based on learning needs of migrant target, using tailor-made methodologies.

We promote their inclusion and active participation into the society through different local activities, which include:

- training activities aimed at increasing employability skills;

- socio-cultural actions and awareness campaigns;

- language courses;

- IT trainings;

- seminars on intercultural dialogue and prevention of radicalism.

Best practice regarding migrant inclusion

From Expats to Experts: United Civil Society through Inclusion and Empowerment of Young Immigrants (FETE) targets 60 young first-generation immigrants mainly from non EU-countries but currently living in either Italy, Malta, France, or Denmark as the four countries participating in the project.

Aimed to provide young immigrants with skills useful in the European labor market through workshops and internship opportunities, but also to build bridges between immigrants and local communities and therefore combating stereotypes surrounding immigration. All interns were accompanied by a mentor.

The final products of the FETE Project are:

- Inclusion for Change is a research conducted in all the partner countries with an overview of migration policies and young immigrant inclusion strategies in the European labor market.

- Guide for Mentors of Young Migrants is a guide for mentors/ youth workers working with young migrants. It was developed on the basis of the partners' experiences during all the FETE project.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCtOxd_qAtM

Contact:

Julia Isasi Consuegra: julia.isasi@cesie.org  //  +39 091 6164224

Website: http://cesie.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cesie.ngo/

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/cesieong/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/cesieofficial

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/3025835/

Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CesieOrg

RSS: http://cesie.org/en/feed/

Some data about migration in Sicily

Sicily Italy

BEECOM

Aims, objectives, and mission

Beecom has been created by video-making professionals and journalists with the aim to help and support associations, NGOs, and youth-organizations from the non-profit sector in promoting and communicate their activities and values. It has already developed many youth projects in the field of video-making and citizen journalism, with a particular focus on the topics of gender, intercultural education, citizenship and youth participation, in cooperation with several other local Italian Institutions.

Main activities

In 2012 Beecom started a two years Grundtvig Partnership with other six European partners: the project aimed to improve the knowledge of e-democracy and democratic participation instruments for policy planning at the local level. Beecom members work also as trainers in “Progetto Kontatto”, a youth project aiming to support a youth&participation and to offer them quality options for their leisure time such as music, journalism, theatre, role-playing, drawing, inter-culture, English peer-to-peer. Each group is coordinated by a youth-leader but the programme is defined according to the participants need and expectation coherently with the NFE approach. Bee.com Association has also previous experiences and a strong commitment to developing inter-cultural dialogue through communication campaigns and video-documentaries.

Best practice regarding migrant inclusion

Since 2016 Beecom& its members work as tutor and coordinator in “Konfine”, Konfine is one of the 8 group of Progetto Kontatto, the local youth program born in 2008 that involves every year more than 100 youths. Every Friday from 16 to 18 pm about 25 youths (migrants and Italians) meets with 2 educators in the local Community Centre. In the first part (Oct-Dec) the two sub-groups works separately. Young migrants work on Italian language skills, team and trust building. The group of local youth reflects on production and functioning of information focusing on debunking and on the process of stereotyping, migrations in mainstream and social media. From January the two sub-
groups work together in different activities such as cultural visits in Museums, educational activities, guided tour, meetings, and events.

Contact:

Serena Landi
serena@beecom.org
+39 3403368415

Website: http://beecom.org/sociale/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/associazionebeecom/

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/beecom

JARIT

Aims, objectives and mission

Jarit (friend in Wolof) is a civil no profit association founded in 1996 and based in Ruzafa, a multicultural area in Valencia with a high presence of immigrants.

The mission of the organization is to spread and raise awareness among citizens by promoting intercultural values and fostering solidarity, respect and pacific coexistence among different cultures. Besides that, it promotes global and active citizenships through social participation, development education and community development and by working on creating synergy among Southern and Northern countries.

Jarit is a “mixed” association where immigrants and local people work hand in hand to break down discrimination, racism and to change multicultural society into intercultural.

It represents an added value and an innovative organizational model of integrative intervention, valuated as best practice within the organization itself.

Jarit is part of various network and platforms (like European network of Anna Lindh Foundation, Alternative Forum on Immigration, Platform for Ruzafa, Ruzafaart, Ruzafa Conviu, The Valencian Community Coordinator of Non-governmental organizations for Development, etc.) and participates in human rights campaigns. The organization also cooperates with other immigrants associations like Bolivian, Ecuadorian, Uruguayan, Argentineans, Chinese, Pakistani, Moroccan, Algerian, Senegalese organizations.

Jarit develops its projects also for the support provided by local volunteers (of any age) as well as by foreign young people, interns and volunteers, coming from different programs, such as Leonardo’s, European Voluntary Service, Eurodyssee, etc.).

In 2011 Jarit was officially recognized as a Public Interest Organization by the Spanish Ministry of Interior.

Main activities and projects areas

  • Social Action: it refers to an integral assistance program by which Jarit team provides immigrants and people in need with several services, like language courses (Castilian and Valencian classes), computer classes, integration in labour market, intercultural mediation, legal advice on immigration matters (such as, permit of stay and health assistance). Besides that, the organization is responsible for managing the Assistance Point for the Young Immigrant within the Municipal Youth Centre of Valencia.

  • Education for Development: the projects that refer to this area aim at promoting the respect and appreciation of cultural diversity and to foster an intercultural coexistence through non formal and informal education tools, such as, trainings, awareness extra-curricular activities in Primary and Secondary schools, online courses and festival of música mestiza.

  • Community Development: Social participation in immigrants’ areas through platforms and network that develop different kind of activities, like art, intercultural, social rights, etc. Organization of events like, Intercultural Days and Ruzafa Carnival. Management of an intercultural open space (Jarité) where different activities take place, like, concerts, dinners, trainings, cinema discussions, etc.

  • International Cooperation and Co-development: responsible tourism travels, awareness work camps, international cooperation projects (development and co-development projects in Morocco, Algeria, Senegal, Saharawi camps, etc.) that manly focus on women and youth social participation.

Best practice regarding migrant inclusion

For many immigrants volunteering, which is the action of helping others, has become not only an altruistic feeling but also the opportunity to join the technical team of Jarit, some of them being hired. To reach this goal, some took the road teaching language classes; others by requesting a service, for example from legal advice and training in the Social Action Area.

Jarit is composed of a multicultural team. In the recent past, there were people from Morocco and Senegal working on various projects.

Two immigrants from Senegal have also received scholarships for university exchange. One of them is finishing his doctorate at the University of Valencia and the other is still coordinating an NGO.

In the community development projects, Art Migrant has been organized, which is a participatory tool in which migrants are integrated into a project such as the Carnival Festival of Russafa or A Les Balconades.

It is a multidisciplinary festival based on mutual enrichment through collaboration and the exchange of cultural identity between people from different backgrounds.

These projects work on social cohesion through interculturality.

Currently, the person who is coordinating the area of development cooperation is of African origin; also the coordinator of this project is from Senegal.

 

Contact person

Papa Balla Ndong: 

redes@jarit.org 

Papa.balla@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/asoc.jarit/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jarit_ac?lang=gl

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXGylCN9MLo

Russafa Carnaval website: http://russafaculturaviva.org/es/carnaval-russafa-2017/

Jarit website: http://www.jarit.org/

Some data about migration in Spain

Spain

DUG – Dancers Without Borders

Aims, objectives and mission

Dancers Without Borders is a Swedish NGO that implements and supports social and artistic dance projects that aim to empower people. We believe that dance can be a tool for connecting and strengthening people, locally as well as globally. We work with dance as a way to reorganize boundaries - physical, personal, spatial, social, and political.

*Main activities

Dancers Without Borders has collaborated with Project Playground, a youth center in the township Langa, outside Cape Town, South Africa, where we implemented a permanent ballet program in 2014.

DIGITAL BATTLE is a street dance battle online between young people in different countries. So far there have been three DIGITAL BATTLES: the first between Sweden and France, the second between Sweden, Iceland and Denmark and the third between Sweden and Ghana.

In August 2016, we organized an Erasmus+ training course for 38 people from Sweden, Estonia, France, Ukraine, Moldova, Turkey, Morocco and Palestine. The participants met in Stockholm, Sweden, to share experiences on how to use dance as a tool for empowering young people and bringing them closer to the labor market. The training course ended with a performance put together by all the participants.

Best practice regarding migrant inclusion

Through the project Danspiration, dance classes for unaccompanied youth migrants in Stockholm were implemented in 2017, taking place both at centers and established open practice sessions. The project provided an opportunity for the youth participants to get a break from harsh living conditions and daily life, to try out a fun and physical activity and get to know the city’s dance culture. Though an inclusive pedagogy and flexible methods the project reached a number of over hundred youth migrants in Stockholm with surroundings. The cooperation with the already established dance practice also gave positive synergistic effects by introducing new participants to the local dance scene. Today, several of the youth that took part in the dance classes are active dancers within the dance community.

Contact person:

Ninna Oom: ninna.oom@gmail.com // 0046709557275

Love Wojnakowski: lowo@live.se // 0046739840601

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dancers-Without-Borders-1764361840503544/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDPJvLjtpp0k8GvLQeNUN0A

Instagram: dancerswithoutborders

Some data about migration in Sweden

Sweden

Resources

Partnership

Five European partner organizations - ADILES (Guadeloupe - French West Indies), BEECOM (Italy), JARIT (Spain), DUG (Sweden) and CESIE (Italy) - directly concerned by unemployment and migrant crisis, settled up the In&Out Strategic Partnership project, whose objective is to promote volunteering and culture as an effective tool for the integration of youth with fewer opportunities and young migrants in Europe, by developing methodologies adapted to their local context, by sharing best practices and strengthening the networking and cooperation of European and Caribbean professionals on these issues.

 

Discover the 5 partner organizations

ADILES (coordinator) - Guadeloupe

Jarit - Spain

Cesie - Italy

Beecom - Italy

DUG - Sweden

ADILES (coordinator)

The Association for the Development of Initiatives of European Island Regions (ADILES), a non-profit organization based in Guadeloupe (RUP France) is a collaborative project built on an observation: the difficulty for youth workers located in the regions European islanders to put their professional practices into practice and to develop their activities and cooperation projects in a sustainable manner in relation to other territories.


Mission


The association's mission is to develop professional skills, stimulate exchanges of practices, intercultural dialogue, networking between the territories of the Africa-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) region and the European Union. As such, it designs and implements transnational projects aimed at strengthening the capacity of institutional players in the RUP island regions in the areas of entrepreneurship, volunteer involvement and involvement in the civic life of young people. social and professional integration as well as the inclusion of so-called vulnerable publics (young people, women, migrants, disabled people, etc.).

Priorities of actions


→ reinforce the professional capacities of educational actors working with disadvantaged groups (young people, newcomer migrants, women, etc.);
→ to open to youth workers working with disadvantaged groups opportunities for networking, professional contacts and productive alliances with their European and international counterparts working in the field of professional integration and inclusion;
→ facilitate access to information and improve knowledge of regional and European schemes and the provision of programs and training on the inclusion of disadvantaged groups.

The ADILES assists associations, professional organizations (International employment center, Cité des métiers ...), and local authorities (region, department, municipalities, agglomeration communities) in setting up information actions and sensitization to build the capacity of so-called vulnerable audiences.


In this context, she:
→ support the development of transnational cooperation projects and the implementation of communication actions aimed at social integration and engagement through culture, volunteering,
→ carries out and participates in information and training actions on the integration of migrants and develops, in partnership with local operators (associations, clubs, training centers, etc.), actions in favor of learning French and foreign languages ;
→ supports local authorities and local operators in evaluation missions for regional cooperation projects.

ADILES initiated and coordinates the In&Out strategic partnership project.

Some data about migration in Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe

Home

Five European partner organizations - ADILES (Guadeloupe - French West Indies), BEECOM (Italy), JARIT (Spain), DUG (Sweden) and CESIE (Italy) - directly concerned by unemployment and migrant crisis, settled up the In&Out Strategic Partnership project, whose objective is to promote volunteering and culture as an effective tool for the integration of youth with fewer opportunities and young migrants in Europe, by developing methodologies adapted to their local context, by sharing best practices and strengthening the networking and cooperation of European and Caribbean professionals on these issues.

Objectives:
- foster active citizenship and participation of migrants and young people in diverse and tolerant societies
- create and provide youth workers methodological tools to strengthen their support to this target group
- promote a cross-border network to improve the identification, exchange and dissemination of knowledge, best practices and approaches linked to integration through cultural and volunteering
activities.

Six innovative Tools and Méthodologies to be created :

- A Virtual Learning Resource Center where the professionals and youth workers will find all the pedagogical material, online support, good practices...

- E-learning modules for youth workers based on the Reciprocal Maieutic Approach, facilitating self-expression.

- A Storytelling T-kit for the use of multimedia techniques such as video photography and blogging in storytelling workshops.

- Dance workshops methodology, where dance is used as
a tool for empowerment.

- Art laboratories methodology, as a support for young migrants to facilitate an art workshop, using a multidisciplinary approach and especially art as a tool of inclusion.

- A Referential Guide for youth workers, educators, and facilitators accompanying young migrants and Young people with fewer opportunities in their integration process. It will identify case studies and best practices to facilitate understanding of the issues related to integration and active participation of young migrants and youth.

 

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