All the objectives of the project will be reached through the performance of several activities for the groups to which the project targets:
The main objectives of this activity will be:
PILOT TRAININGS –USE CASES
This section includes the results of the pilot trainings carried out in four countries, by the representatives of the partner organizations of the project who participated in the Training activity for youth workers, volunteers and trainers of the project, held in Madrid from 5 to 8 February 2019.
The tools worked during the training activity were used in the pilots in order to test them in a real environment with young people and with migrants and refugees.
In each of the pilots, evaluation sheets were handed over to the participants, to collect their impressions on the tools worked, for a final reflection on their application in real environments.
Phase 1: Viewing videos of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and questions for participants to familiarize themselves with the basic terms and begin the debate on migrants, refugees, and their rights.
Results Phase 1: The interest of the attendants was very high, and we unanimously agreed on the fact that every day, common people don’t fully grasp or realize the basic aspects of the state of immigration. Most of the participants didn’t really know who a refugee is, or what their difference from an immigrant is.
Phase 2: Several students conducted 2 direct interviews with a refugee and an immigrant, with questions about the reasons for leaving their country and their situation in the host country, and prepared a video (in Greek) that they presented to us during the workshop.
Results Phase 2: The dissemination of this video in the school led to the formation of a team of students and teachers, willing to create a YouTube channel with similar interviews, mainly with unaccompanied children that we have located in our proximity.
Phase 3: Workshop on Mobile Applications for refugees and immigrants, taught by volunteers who participated in the Training Activity in Madrid.
Results Phase 3: The part of the mobile applications in particular caught the attention of the audience. During the discussion that followed, the students presented the idea of creating a similar application, in collaboration with the school’s IT department.
Phase 4: Final debate and conclusions, completion of the evaluation forms.
Phase 1: Presentation of the VIP Values project and introduction to the IENE6 mobile application (https://ienerefugeehub.eu/iene6/), created so that volunteers and health professionals can offer psychological support to migrants and refugees, and that also serves as a collection and exchange of information between the latter. Practical exercise: tell your story through the application.
Phase 2: Italian lesson with music, using interactive tools, so that participants learn while having fun. The goal is to expand their vocabulary and improve their fluency in the Italian language.
Results: Because of the fact that many of the participants do not have ICT Skills (lack of an email address, they do not know how to use search engines or use websites) the four workshops were of great interest to them. They even kept on using the IENE6 mobile app and writing their own stories in order to share them with friends still living in the reception centres. This short training aimed to evaluate and increase a set of “digital citizenship” skills strongly needed to be active part in the labour environment and civil life.
LOCAL PILOT MATERIALS
Results of the Short-Term Joint Staff Training event
Madrid, February 3-8, 2019 –Madrid, Spain
This section is to show the good practices and presentations that were displayed during the training activity for youth workers / volunteers / trainers in contact with young migrants, focused on improving their technological skills and getting to know the methodology and results of the project first-hand, in order to then apply the learned outcomes to the local pilots in each of the countries.
Each partner organization sent 3 participants, except from Cybervolunteers, who participated with 10 people, so that in total, 22 participants were able to exchange experiences, knowledge and good practices during 5 days of the activity, which took place in a space provided by Facebook Spain.
All of them received a YouthPass certificate to demonstrate the skills acquired.
We would like to disseminate them so that they can inspire and be used by other organizations or people working with young migrants and at risk of social exclusion, and wanting to encourage technological work with them, through the use of any of the tools and resources shown by the participants in the training activity.
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