Project Coordinator

Viera Žúborová


  1. Sensitization Training
  2. Development of Educational Tools
  3. Awareness Campaign
  4. Networking Events
  5. International Network Building



This project aims to support individuals working directly with migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers by providing sensitization training and materials to overcome obstacles faced in their everyday work. The project targets a diverse range of professionals, educators, volunteers, and stakeholders involved in migrant integration. By increasing competencies in areas such as adult education, cultural awareness, and cooperation, the project seeks to enhance support for migrants and promote diversity within EU programs. Key objectives include enhancing soft skills, fostering long-term support networks, and raising awareness of the EU’s positive impact on multicultural cities. The project’s motivation stems from the increasing challenges faced by professionals in integrating migrants, exacerbated by events such as the war in Ukraine. By addressing the specific needs of participating organizations and target groups, such as improved communication skills and greater cultural understanding, the project aims to foster solidarity and inclusivity within society. Collaboration with transnational partners offers benefits including knowledge transfer, increased visibility, and promotion of EU values such as equality and social inclusion. Ultimately, the project seeks to create a more cohesive and inclusive society through mutual openness, respect, and diversity.

KEY Activities:

  1. Sensitization Training: Develop and deliver training sessions to increase the competencies of individuals working with migrants in adult education and lifelong learning, focusing on areas such as cultural awareness and effective communication in multicultural environments.
  2. Development of Educational Tools: Create practical tools and materials to support professionals in their work with migrants, including resources for improving cultural understanding, managing stressful situations, and fostering cooperation.
  3. Awareness Campaign: Launch a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of understanding migrant experiences and promoting integration, targeting professionals and the broader community.
  4. Networking Events: Organize networking events and workshops to facilitate cooperation and knowledge sharing among individuals working with migrants, fostering the creation of long-term support networks.
  5. International Network Building: Establish an international network of organizations and professionals supporting migrants nd facilitating transnational exchange and collaboration.

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