Migrascope is funded by The Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) of the European Commission.
About the Project
Project MigraSCOPE aims to increase access to work and foster integration in the workplace for migrants through capacity building of both employers and migrants.
MigraSCOPE is led by the Institute of Baltic Studies (Estonia), in partnership with the Institute of Public Affairs (Poland), Peace Institute (Slovenia), Municipal Training Centre of the Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Centre for Cultural and General Studies of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany), Inclusive Works (Netherlands) and Swideas (Sweden), funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union.
First, the project aims to build the capacity of employers and other stakeholders, by increasing their know-how for the better management of diversity, by challenging existing attitudes, and by creating incentives for introducing better integration practices through the exchange of experiences and transnational work-shadowing study-visits. Second, the project aims to build the capacity of migrants by developing skills for finding and keeping a job, and by identifying and managing expectations. Thirdly, the project aims to facilitate access to work through the creation of an online toolbox of best practices for workplace inclusion.
Abdallah Sobeih Managing Director
Rebecca Stewart Project Coordinator/Analyst