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HOW MILE IS SUPPORTING MIGRANTS, REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS DURING THE COVID-19 TIMES

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Since end of February 2020, MILE activities “on the field” – including training and work placements – have been stopped, following the Covid-19 outbreak and the lockdown in the various EU countries. This has unfortunately impacted greatly on the migrants, refugees and asylum seekers who were already taking part in the project. As with (and possibly even more than) other vulnerable groups of the population, the Covid-19 affected them the greatest. See for instance: https://ec.europa.eu/migrant-integration/news/covid-19s-impact-on-migrant-communities. Therefore, the MILE partners kept… Read More »HOW MILE IS SUPPORTING MIGRANTS, REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS DURING THE COVID-19 TIMES

Webinar “The integration of migrants in the labour market in the time of Covid-19” – Italy, 10th of June 2020

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On the 10th of June 2020, a Webinar on “The integration of migrants in the labour market in the time of Covid-19” took place in Italy, organised by ICEI in collaboration with the Network “Migrations and Employment”. The Webinar – facilitated by Alfredo Luis Somoza, journalist and President of ICEI –  aimed at sharing experiences and providing useful information and suggestions to design and implement effectiveinterventions for the economic integration of migrants, refugees and asylumseekers, in a changing economic, social… Read More »Webinar “The integration of migrants in the labour market in the time of Covid-19” – Italy, 10th of June 2020

The project MILE so far. Supporting the integration of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the labour market

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ICEI is the project leader of “MILE Migrants Integration in the Labour market in Europe”, a project funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union and carried out in Italy, Spain, Austria and Greece, which aims to develop, implement and mainstream an effective model for the integration of Third-Country Nationals into the labour market, based on multi-stakeholder cooperation and focusing on both employers and migrants’ needs. We have now reached the end of the first half… Read More »The project MILE so far. Supporting the integration of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the labour market

The Handbook for Employers is online

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The Capacity Building for Employers on the topics of economic integration of migrants and diversity in the workplace were carried out in Italy, Austria, Greece and Spain between October and December 2019. The capacity building  – whose contents were based also on the results of the research “Voices of European Employers. Challenges and benefits of the inclusion of migrants in the labour market” –  aimed to strengthen the participants’ skills, knowledge and competences in diversity management and the integration of… Read More »The Handbook for Employers is online

MILE Training Activities for Migrants in Italy!

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MILE training activities for migrants in Italy have started with the first 17 participants officially enrolled at our classes! The first 11 of them are taking part at professional courses in Baking, Main Courses and Pastry and dessert at the culinary school of our partner AFOL Metropolitana. They come from Nigeria, Morocco, Egypt, Gambia and enthusiastically take part at all programme’s activities. While 6 of them are following intensive course in IT, Web design and Project Management, run by MILE… Read More »MILE Training Activities for Migrants in Italy!

Capacity Building in Patras!

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MILE partner HOU organized a two day Capacity Building event in the 9th and 10th of December 2019 on the challenges facing employers and trainers when integrating migrants in the Greek labour market. Participants had the opportunity to be informed about the main findings of the MILE survey; including main challenges in Europe and in Greece, best practices that could be transferred in the Greek market and suggestions by the employers on efficiently recruiting, hiring and employing migrants. Keynote speakers… Read More »Capacity Building in Patras!

WOMEN, MIGRATION AND LABOUR

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Best practices and paths for the socio-economic integration of migrant women in Milan MILE coordinator ICEI and MILE partner EMIT Feltrinelli, have organised on th 4 of December, a practice workshop on the topic of women labour integration in the local territory of Milan. The event was an important occasion to connect relevant stakeholder who are active on the topic of assisting and integrating women with a migration background in Milan. Participants worked at simulation activities divided in groups, elaborating… Read More »WOMEN, MIGRATION AND LABOUR

Focus Topic n#2: : Migrants Entrepreneurship

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INTRODUCTION: Migrants Entrepreneurship in Europe, by ICEI For migrants, employment is not only a source of income, but also a pivotal activity to improve their integration more broadly. First, because it introduces the person in a diverse environment, where to establish relationships with local citizens; secondly, having a salary, makes possible to fulfill primary needs and have resources for more socially related activities. Thirdly, it introduces the migrant worker to the local culture of work. It is extremely important for… Read More »Focus Topic n#2: : Migrants Entrepreneurship

MILE LOCAL: activities in partners’ countries

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Hot Autumn for MILE in each of the project’s partners’ country! From September to December 2019 we delivered Capacity Building Events and Workshop Activities in the cities of Milan, Barcelona, Innsbruck and Patras. On one side, we implemented training activities to specifically answer at employers’ needs when hiring migrants and refugees in their companies. Particularly welcomed were workshops on diversity management and legal procedures. On the other side, we have offered third sector organisations and stakeholders an occasion to get… Read More »MILE LOCAL: activities in partners’ countries

2nd STUDY VISIT, Athens 19-21 November 2019

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MILE second study visit took place in Greece, Athens from the 19 to the 21 of November. The study visit gave participants the opportunity of exploring the Greek context and dynamics, especially related with the assistance and integration of refugees and asylum seekers. In fact, Greece is one of the arrival country for the majority of the asylum seekers looking for shelter in Europe; but with the time, it nowadays became a destination country too. This means that aspects of… Read More »2nd STUDY VISIT, Athens 19-21 November 2019