Social inclusion of young migrants and asylum seekers

Training course - looking for partners

In modern Europe most of the minorities are with migrant background. The problem of social exclusion is usually tied to the problem of equal opportunities, as some European countries are among such vulnerable groups. Social inclusion, its converse, is affirmative action to change. Minorities and migrants are victims of numerous and varied human rights violation. There is a need to go beyond anti-discrimination policies/strategies designed to prevent unequal treatment of young people and to get opportunity of minority young people for future and better inclusion in the society.


- Active participation and involvement of minority and migrant groups and communities across Europe, in particular of young people and those communities that are at a greater disadvantage or have less possibilities of access to their rights
- Understanding and respect of cultural and religious diversity as the basis for inter-cultural exchange and cooperation across Europe, including its spiritual dimension and inter-religious dialogue.
- Responsibility and solidarity among minority and migrant communities and among minorities and ‘majorities’ as the basis for further social cohesion and addressing multiple forms of discrimination.
-Awareness and empowerment of groups and individuals as a way to promote and safeguard the human rights of everyone.

Potential Partner Organization

All Programme countries are eligible, 2-3 participants from each promoter are needed.

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Please send the needed documents till 27 January 2018

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Project overview

Social inclusion of young migrants and asylum seekers is a project by
Roma Youth Centre
taking place
from 2018-09-01 till 2018-09-09
This project relates to:
Training and Networking

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