Funded by

Erasmus+, KA2

Laura Avanzi
Project Officer - SERN


Integration through Education and Information

About the project

The project INTED, wants to improve the work amongst refugees/immigrants in the different partnership countries with the aim to get a faster, efficient and more rational integration process.

To make it possible for immigrants, it is necessary to facilitate their step into the educational system and the labor market if they improve their basic language skills and also the knowledge about their new countries cultural and civic system.


The project’s objective is to create a more efficient integration process through:

  • Provide basic skills and language courses to immigrants and simultaneously give civic information to make them prepared for further studies and job.
  • Educate new instructors and improve the competence amongst earlier educated staff.
  • Reach and start trustful communication with immigrants in their neighborhoods with assistance of link persons
  • Identify, build relations and include people who is suffering from war trauma and mental instability, also them who are not in studies, in labor market or in active social life.
  • Involve more volunteers and NGOs in the work.


First training
Pforzheim (DE)
6/10 February 2017

Second training
Linköping (SE)
8/12 May 2017

Third training
Zagreb (HR)
13/17 November 2017

Final Event
Val d’Enza (IT)
12/16 March 2018


There will be seven meetings during the project and four of them are learning and training activities for staff.

The participants in the learning and training activities will be different kind of staff from the participating organizations adapted to the theme of the event. There are also transnational project meetings which purpose are to manage and plan the project and follow up the projects guidelines.

The participants in transnational project meetings will, besides the contact person for each project, be for the content of the meeting relevant persons as decision makers, teachers, link persons, instructors or different kind of specialists.

Thanks to the training events and the exchange of practices, it It is expected an improvement of the competences in instructors, and in general in the organisations dealing with the education of migrants. In the long run, this will create more favourable conditions for the inclusion of newly arrived citizens into the local community and on the other hand it will contribute to start building mutual trust with the locals.

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