The project – VolutoringVolunteer-based Tutoring Model for Low-skilled Migrants & Refugees – is financed by the European Commission, through funds granted by the National Erasmus + Education and Training Key Action 2 (KA2) – Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices (Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education) with reference number 2018-1-TR01-KA204-058621.

The scope of the project is to develop a comprehensive tutoring approach for building key skills and competences of low-skilled adult migrant-refugees, in order to facilitate their integration in the educational, professional and social life. This comprehensive capacity plan will be based on a volunteer-based tutoring model facilitated by an electronic platform and supported by volunteers or professionals, who will act as tutors to the low-skilled adult migrants/refugees for building their literacy, numeracy & digital skills building, necessary for empowering the target group to fruitfully participate in social and economic life and to improve their self-reliance.

The aim of this project is to promote their inclusion into the formal educational system, to develop their skills and to promote their social integration through social-cultural-sport activities and non-formal/formal education and training.


The main objectives of the project include:

1) Fostering social inclusion of low-skilled adult migrants in their recipient countries by building their literacy, numeracy and digital skills

2) Elevating the level of support skills’ building services to migrants by introducing a new tutoring methodology, facilitated by volunteers.

The project includes 6 partner entities:

EUAC – EU Activities Centre Association (Turkey) –







CSV MARCHE (Italy) –








ITC – Innovation Training Center (Spain) –






CSI – Center for Social Innovation (Cyprus) –




SYMPLEXIS (Greece) –

Project Duration: 24 Months

Project Start: 01/09/2018

Project End: 31/08/2020

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project Number: 2018-1-AT01-KA204-039210.