Over the past 2 years, the inHERE project has contributed greatly to having the integration of refugees placed on the educational agenda in Europe. This articles presents the Main highlights and results.
Coimbra Group Staff training on recognition of refugees’ qualifications: Looking for international consensus” on 21-22 January 2019 at University of Coimbra in Portugal. Registration deadline: 30 November.
BRiDGE (Bridge for Researchers in Danger Going to Europe) is a project funded under the Horizon 2020 programme. From South East Europe to its heart, BRiDGE gives an all-in-one solution for the localized guidance of refugee researchers (RRs) in the European Research Area (ERA) and enables the 40 EURAXESS country members in the ERA to identify and utilize the potential of RRs across Europe.
Universities UK International has recently produced a report on how universities can support refugees and displaced people. The report sets out the steps universities are taking to support the needs of displaced learners. It also suggests ways in which they can further enhance their impact working with and for displaced communities.
Nel mese di aprile 2018, l'Ateneo ha promosso una settimana di formazione relativa al ruolo delle università nell'accoglienza e integrazione dei rifugiati nell'ambito del progetto inHERE. Al termine dell'iniziativa i partecipanti provenienti da 50 università e 19 paesi hanno elaborato congiuntamente un messaggio, riconoscendo il contributo che i rifugiati e migranti possono portare alla società europea attraverso l'istruzione. Il messaggio è stato diffuso nella Giornata mondiale del rifugiato, il 20 giugno 2018.
Pour faciliter l’accès à l’enseignement supérieur des étudiants réfugiés, Campus France leur porte une attention toute particulière en s’associant à de nombreuses initiatives au sein des établissements d’enseignement supérieur français, européens et dans la région d’origine des étudiants.
inHERE final conference on September 19, 2018. Beyond a discussion of the project results, the conference will encourage synergies between different projects working on the question of refugees in higher education and discuss the sustainability of these activities with policy level representatives, including different Directorates General of the European Commission.
The project inHERE has been presented at the Conference on “Perspectives, Challenges & Practices for Integrating Displaced Students in European Universities” hosted by the Politecnico di Torino, in the framework of the project EUCRITE, European Centre for Refugee Integration in Higher Education.
ince our governments are struggling to handle migration, we – European citizens, students, volunteers, families, unions and communities of faith from all walks of life – have stepped in to help. Please join and sing the first European Citizens’ Initiative to empower a #WelcomingEurope,