P-consulting.gr is a project partner at the project InclEUsion “Promoting social inclusion of immigrants with disabilities in Europe through improving competences of adult educators”. The project is funded by the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union and it started on November 2019.
The duration of the project is 26 months and it will be completed in December 2021.
Project partners of InclEUsion are six organizations from Spain, Cyprus, Germany, Italy and Greece. The project focuses on immigrants with disabilities in Europe and the discriminations against them. The main aim of the project is to combat these discriminations through development of new approaches and tools to support educators working with immigrants with disabilities.
The objectives of the project are:
- Strengthen the professional competences of educators of how to recognize and handle cases of double discrimination in an educational context,
- Promotion social inclusion of immigrants with disabilities and long-term health conditions through non-formal and informal learning,
- Strengthen the capacity and ability of organizations providing learning opportunities to immigrants with disabilities by developing a strategic approach that empowers adult educators to reflect anti-discrimination dimension in adult education.
The outputs of the project:
- Interactive database: An online resource of essential information and directories for adult educators to use as reference and guidance.
- Online course: An online training course for the capacity building for adult educators who are designing and delivering learning activities to/with immigrants with disabilities.
- Combat Double Discrimination: Good practices in distinct areas that are pertinent to the project, from each partner country.
The Kick-off Meeting for European Project InclEUsion was carried out on 10 & 11 December 2019, in Reus, Spain. The partners discussed issues regarding the promotion, quality insurance and dissemination activities, as the upcoming activities and deadlines for the outputs.
Enhanced competences are the best way to tackle discrimination.