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Empower youth workers in digital schools for refugees, asylum seekers and young migrants and prevent early school leaving.

Funding: Erasmus Plus – Exchange of Good Practices – 2019-3-HR01-KA205-077039
Location: Croatia, Greece, Italy, Spain
Duration: 2020-2021 (18 months)
ISF role: partner of Bez Granica (lead partner), SHA- Social Hakers Academy, Open Cultural Center Barcelona, Open Cultural Center Athens

The MigraCode project, supported by Spanish, Greek, and Italian partners, aims to create “Coding Schools” that promote free training courses, in the context of Web Editing, to facilitate the inclusion of young migrants and refugees in the labor market and thus support their long-term integration. The MigraCode project, supported by Spanish, Greek, and Italian partners, aims to create “Coding Schools” that promote free training courses, in the context of Web Editing, to facilitate the inclusion of young migrants and refugees in the labor market and thus support their long-term integration.

Starting last March with the kick-off meeting in Madrid, it immediately stopped due to the Covid-19 emergency, even if the coding schools started online anyway.

From 5 to 10 July 2021, the Athens training “Teaching digital skills to young refugees and young asylum seekers” will allow you to deepen the training experience offered by SHA – Social Hakers Academy, the challenges faced, and the solutions applied.

During the next Rovereto festival, epidemic permitting, it will be held the Italian training.

More information on the website https://migracode.eu