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Can I come in? Sharing tools for effective inclusion of young migrants


20-26 November 2017 | Hungary

The seminar involves 30 youth workers from 10 different countries, aiming at the capacity building of youth organizations dealing with issues connected with migration and youth, through the sharing of best practices and tools they developed in the field.
DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTIVITY: The "Can I come in? Sharing tools for effective inclusion of young migrants" seminar will explore reasons and factors that cause exclusion, diffidence and xenophobia, active and passive civil positions, the concepts connected with migration (both regular and irregular) and asylum in EU including legal aspects, types of migration, push and pull factors, labour migration schemes, circular migration, the impact of migration on the immigrants and the host societies, the current anti-immigrant stance in Europe, the concepts of asylum seeker and refugees in modern society, national and international instruments and mechanisms for protection of the rights of the migrants, and, finally, the possibilities of action for youth workers and NGOs in the field, opening ways of cooperation among them and with different kind of other institutions. The seminar will lead to the creation of a platform of work on migration issues for youth NGOs as well as to different creative dissemination tools to be used in all the countries involved. The seminar will be held in Budapest, Hungary, and will last for 7 working days, during which participants will deepen the knowledge on the challenges connected with the current migrant crisis in Europe from multiple perspectives, understanding and recognizing the reasons of this phenomenon, explore the skills and tools needed today to work with young migrants and the local communities, sharing experiences, ideas, best practices and methods developed in different countries to raise awareness and build positive change in the attitudes and approaches of European youth towards the issue. METHODOLOGY: Non-Formal Education will be the main methodology used during the seminar, together with theoretical aspects, to ensure a complete learning dimension, using methods such as group discussions, round tables, simulations, and dynamic, creative and participative activities. PARTICIPANTS’ PROFILE This project has been designed and developed to address youth workers, both professionals and volunteers. In order to be eligible as a participant, it is necessary to be over 18 years old and legally resident in one of the participating countries. The participants should: - be able to speak English; - be involved with a youth organisation and be able to present it and its work with young people and migrants; - be ready to share some tools and projects developed by the organization in the field of migration; - have the motivation and capacity to develop actions for and with young people on the topic of social inclusion of migrants; - be committed to contribute in the full project in all of its phases, including dissemination and follow up with the participation to the newly created platform and network.

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This Seminar is

for 30 people participants

from Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Romania, Spain, Türkiye

and recommended for

Youth workers

Working language(s):



Institute for Cultural Relations Policy (Youth NGO)

Founded in 2012, the Institute for Cultural Relations Policy (ICRP) is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation fostering scientific education and public discourse regarding cultural relations policy. The institution is run by Kulturalis Kapcsolatokert Alapitvany, based in Budapest, Hungary. The ICRP focuses on global intercultural dialogue and forms of cooperation between intra-cultural entities, aiming to promote the protection of International Human Rights and recognition of cultural diversity and heritage in an interdependent world. ICRP Budapest also puts a great emphasis on the skills development of young generations by offering various training opportunities to young people. The foundation is committed to help the formal and non-formal education of its target groups and to support the social integration young people with fewer opportunities.

Contact for questions:

András Lőrincz


Phone: 0036205725972


This project is financed by the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme. The organiser will provide accommodatioan and food during the course for free. Travel costs admitted for reimbursement: - 0 EUR Hungary - 275,00 EUR Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Germany, Italy, Malta, Romania, Turkey - 360,00 EUR Spain To learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses, please contact the contact person of the coordinating organisation. No fee will be applied to take part in the programme.

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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