3rd Meeting in Romania

realized in Arad in the period 21/11/2019-22/11/2019

The third project meeting was held in Arad (Romania), organized by the Romanian partner S.C. PREDICT CSD CONSULTING S.R.L.

The activities carried out were the following:

  • Presentation of eBook, I02 and other project activities already realized
  • Presentation of the draft of the platform (for the moment still in admin phase)
  • Revision of Project steps if necessary
  • Control of financial/supporting documents
  • Verification  of the results from NA about the intermediate Evaluation  of the 1st year activities
  • evaluation of activities and dissemination realized

2nd Meeting in Denmark

realized in Copenhagen in the period 23/05/2019-24/05/2019

The second project meeting was held in Copenhagen (Denmark), organized by the Danish partner CROSSING BORDERS.
The activities carried out were the following:

Day 1

  • Presentation of good practices by Denmark with various guests
  • Good practices for e-books
  • Verification of the project activities developed
  • IO1 presentations
  • Discussion on IO2, IO3, IO4)
  • Multicultural Festival

Day 2

  • Review of project phases and evaluation of activities
  • Check flyer and newsletter1
  • Verification of dissemination
  • Planning new activities

June 10, 2019, conference at the Ca’ Foscari University

Migration has been at the heart of the EU’s agenda for years, and the elections for the renewal of its Parliament have also placed it at the heart of the public debate, assigning it an increasingly divisive character: on the one hand, there are those who see immigration as a threat and, on the other, those who consider it a multiple resource. More than ever, therefore, there is an urgent need to reflect on and discuss this controversial and, at the same time, fundamental issue of our time.

For this reason, on June 10, 2019, the conference entitled “Reinforce EU economies, reinforcing human capital. Migrants’ Needs and Capabilities to  Get a Job or Invest in the Start Up Business” will be held at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Sala Archivi). The aim of the conference is twofold: 1) to present the results of the research conducted within the REUERHC project (Reinforce EU Economies, Reinforcing Human Capital) and 2) to develop a public debate on the social and economic integration of migrants and refugees in the European territory.

The REUERHC project – with the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice as lead partner and Professor Ivana Padoan of the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage as coordinator – promotes the integration of foreigners, in Italy and Europe, through cultural and professional training and, above all, by supporting and facilitating their entrepreneurial initiatives.

The Ca’ Foscari University is supported in this exciting journey by partners from different countries: Euronet(Potenza, Italy), Crossing Borders(Denmark), ProiFall(Sweden), Predict(Romania), the Governorate of Kirsehir(Turkey), as well as by numerous national and international stakeholders.

JSTE in Turkey

realized in Kirsehir in the period 21/01/2019-25/01/2019

The training course is organized and hosted by the Turkish partner KIRSEHIR VALILIGI. The main objective of training is the social integration of refugees and migrants.
2 Participants for project partners

1° Meeting in Italy

realized in Venice in the period 30/11/2018-01/11/2018

The first project meeting took place in Venice (Italy), organized by the project coordinator UNIVE to discuss the entire project and plan all the activities.
The activities carried out were as follows:

  • short presentation of all partner organizations
  • presentation of all the staff who will be involved in the project activities in each partner country
  • presentation of the entire project initiative
  • definition of the project phases
  • definition of the financial rules to be followed in each country
  • discussion on impact/dissemination
  • definition of the exact dates of the second project meeting
  • definition of the JSTE (to be carried out in January 2019)
  • choosing the logo