IO1: GUIDLEINES FOR THE INTEGRATION OF ASYLUM SEEKERS AND BENEFICIARIES OF INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION
IO1 is a research and summary document to develop strategy on AS/BoIP social and economic integration
elaborated on the analysis that each partner carried out at their national level.
The methodology used was based on desk research, qualitative research through interviews and analysis methodology.
The Guidelines will offer the opportunity to compare different approaches to and methodologies for socio-economic integration of foreigners according to different cultural approaches and legal frameworks. The comparison between a Mediterranean model (Spain and Italy), a Nordic model (Sweden) and a Balkan model (Slovenia) brings an added value to the project scope.
Read NEST Guidelines here.
IO2: NEW TRAINING METHODOLOGY ON SOCIAL AND TECHNIC SKILLS ORIENTED TO EMPLOYABILITY
The new training methodology was derived from the results and findings with the final aim to provide people working with Asylum Seekers/Beneficiaries of International Protection with additional resources to tackle the most common issues. The document is based on blended sessions of formal and informal education, interactive elements presented in online classes, experience and case studies shared among participants. The output was produced in 5 EU languages in order to maximize transferability to other organizations working in the field at public & private level.
IO3: TOOLKIT FOR AS/BoIP SOCIAL AND LABOUR INTEGRATION
The toolkit was designed with the goal of facilitating daily activities of people working in the AS/BoIP sectors and make their relation with beneficiaries smoother and more effective. The content is related to procedures required to AS/BoIP to access the main local services related to health, personal document (personal document, permit of stay), legal procedure; education, training, job placements tools. The toolkit is supposed to go hand in hand with the New Training Methodology (IO2), being a complementary and intuitive resource for both social operators and direct beneficiaries.