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“YOUNG PEOPLE FROM FIVE EU-COUNTRIES MEET IN CROATIA TO SHARE GOOD EXPERIENCES IN THE INTEGRATION OF MIGRANTS, REFUGEES AND ASYLUM-SEEKERS

Thirty-five participants from Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Germany, and the United Kingdom will come together from July 23-29, 2018, for a training week in Croatia to explore the development of integration where youth plays a major role. They will exchange their experiences in the field of working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers and learn about European inspirational practices.

The training week is part of the project Home Away From Home (HAFH), financed by the European Union through the Erasmus + program to identify best practices in the integration of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in European Society.During the training week the young people will share their own experiences while also reflecting on similar practices in other communities and countries.

One of the participants is Florian from Austria who says: “I am very excited to be part of a European team to discuss the challenges of integration we are facing today. I am sure I will be able to take home a rucksack full of new ideas, motivation and Inspiration on how young people can engage in integration.”

The project is carried out by five organizations: “The world of NGOs” from Austria, “Tumult” from Belgium, The University of Westminster (UK), Forum Civil Peace Service from Germany and the Centre for Peace, Non-Violence and Human Rights from Osijek, Croatia.

The results of the project Home Away From Home are published on our website www.hafh.eu and will serve as important input for new training modules that are going to be developed to familiarize other young people in Europe with best practices in the integration of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.”

(on the web site is croatian version)

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July 27, 2018