"Good practice exchange on European migration policies for the inclusion of young migrants and refugees” seeks to generate an exchange of information, data and best practices between Greece, Italy, and Spain regarding the inclusion of young migrants and refugees through migration policies.
The partners of the project will investigate, deepen and evaluate a range of European migration policies in the political, educational, social and labour fields. The exchange will be develop through non-formal education, on-line methodologies and multiplier events. The main objective is to generate outputs that can help social agents to succesfully design, implement and evaluate migration policies on the inclusion of young migrants and refugees in Europe.
All the information, data and good practices of the project will be systematise in a Handbook of Good Practices. In this handbook, the partners will propose what are the essential characteristics and features that an European migration policies must have to succesfully achieve social inclusion of young migrants and refugees.
"Good practice exchange on European migration policies for the inclusion of young migrants and refugees" (2017-1-ES02-KA205-009151) is a project organised by Biderbost, Boscan & Rochin (BB&R), in collaboration with Academy of Entrepreneurship (AKEP) and Human Rights Youth Organisation (HRYO), and funded with support from the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.