The one-day conference “Migrant and Refugee Integration as a Two-Way Process: Opportunities and Challenges in Education” successfully took place in Athens, the 7th of November 2019. Many stakeholders from NGOs attended, as well as policy makers from the Greek Ministry of Education and the Asylum Service, who were all given a copy of the Exploitation Guide of the project products. School principals, representatives of parent councils, and university students were among the participants and expressed their interest in using the training materials.
During the conference, the P4A outputs were presented, as well as interventions by the Municipality of Athens, UNICEF’s Education Sector Working Group and an intercultural school of Athens. Attendees had also the opportunity to learn about the successful migrant integration model implemented in Stuttgart, Germany, and the one implemented in Rome, Italy.
You can download the conference’s presentations below:
- P4ALL Project Presentation
- Training Material and Self-assessment Toolkit
- Migrant and refugee integration and education in Rome: Achievements and challenges
- Stuttgart – the III City: International, Integrative, and Inclusive
- AMIF Project WEMIN: Creating Two-way Integration Tools