Read about our achievements in our fourth newsletter!
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In the past months, the project partners piloted the REST training courses in six European countries covering legal and administrative aspects of refugees’ and migrants’ employment, strategies to support their inclusion in the workplace and management of international work teams.
On the 23rd of October, the partners met in Palermo for their fifth meeting and the final REST conference. Continue reading
Have a look at our current newsletter to get an impression of the results of our extensive transnational research.
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The workshops are offered in six European regions during summer and autumn 2018:
- Athens, Greece
- Kassel, Germany
- Palermo, Italy
- Roubaix, France
- Sofia, Bulgaria
- Wien, Austria
If you do want to participate in one of the workshops please register to our REST community to receive further information.
The COME IN team has launched a transnational research and interviews with employers and experts exploring their attitudes towards employment and work integration of refugees and learning more about their training needs.
You can contribute to our research responding to the online questionnaire which is available in six language versions. Please access the Online Survey here.
In December 2017, project partners met for the first time at the kick-off meeting in Vienna where they planned the upcoming research and debated the needs of stakeholders in the European labour markets. In the first months of 2018, COME IN partners will conduct the transnational research and interviews with employers and experts exploring their attitudes toward employment and work integration of refugees and learning more about their training needs.
For more details on the project and infos on our survey please have a look at our first newsletter