Capacity Building Workshop Miva project for the integration of migrants and refugees | BlogSicily

New training opportunity for communities at local and international level. The project “MIVA – Migrants’ Integration through Volunteering Activities” it is a free path aimed at the orientation and integration of migrants and refugees. Also open to university students interested in the subject.

Capacity Building Workshop MIVA

Social enterprise PRISM and the Community Foundation of Agrigento and Trapani in collaboration with the “Giorgio La Pira” Mediterranean Center, the Mondoaltra Foundation, the Solidalia Consortium and the Solima Project kick off Capacity Building Workshop MIVA.

This initiative aims to strengthen the skills of third sector operators and volunteers in the reception, orientation and integration of migrants and refugees.

The recipients of this project are also university students who want to deepen the phenomenon of migration. Furthermore, it is intended to stimulate the participants in intercultural dialogue and the fight against racism. The aim is to acquire non-formal education techniques and methodologies in the field of hospitality.

Where and when it will take place

The event will take place over three days in Agrigento. The days will be 25, 26 and 27 June 2021.

It is possible to send your application by May 30, 2021.

The first day is structured in participatory workshops on the theme of intercultural education, intercultural mediation and the human and professional development of refugees and migrants through non-formal education and learning by doing.

The second day includes two co-planning workshops in order to develop projects and interventions aimed at promoting the integration of refugees and migrants in their community and encouraging intercultural dialogue. Thematic interventions by experts and referents will follow in order to share good practices and experiences in the area.

The third day foresees the introduction by experts of the Direct Management Programs 2021-2027, with a focus on the new “Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund” program.

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