The Restoring Respect Project (RRP) is a two-year project, which intends to facilitate the recognition and certification of skills and competences of migrants and refugees in Europe, by creating innovative tools (interactive platform and a mob application), which will empower them to become creators of their own career paths and to maximize their employability opportunities. Besides, it will provide national and EU stakeholders with innovative ICT-based VET practices and resources in enhancing new skills for new markets.

 

To facilitate the recognition and certification of skills and competences of

migrant and refugees in Europe.

 

Specific Objectives:

 

-Empower Refugees and Migrants to become creators of their own career paths, and maximize their employability opportunities.

-Enhance the development of critical media literacy skills and competences in VET.

-Provide innovative VET pedagogical methods, best practice guidelines, and strategies towards the use of digital tools and innovative learning environments.

-Empower all stakeholders to use innovative ICT-based VET practices and resources in

enhancing new skills for new markets.

-Provide contemporary methods and tools for assessment of skills acquisition, recognition and Validation

  • Restorative Justice for All (UK)
  • Altius Francisco de Vitoria Foundation (Spain)
  • Social Cooperative Activities for Vulnerable Groups – EDRA (Greece)
  • ICSE & Co. – International Center for Southern Europe (Italy)
  • CSI – Center for Social Innovation (Cyprus)

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