Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership for Adult Education
Project Number: 2021-1-TR01-KA220-ADU-000028291
Project Website: https://activenewhome.wordpress.com
Act New Home Project
Active Citizenship in the New Homeland project will develop an e-learning module to ensure asylum seekers and refugees are active and participatory by raising awareness of their rights and obligations. The project will also improve the competencies of educators working in universities, public institutions, NGOs to provide “Active Citizenship for Asylum Seekers and Refugees” training. Our concrete goal in the project is to develop an “E-Learning Module” for asylum seekers and refugees to gain active citizenship awareness:
-Compare strategies, policies and practices towards asylum seekers and refugees
-Develop knowledge, attitudes and skills of adult educators working with asylum seekers and refugees on active citizenship
-To provide active citizenship trainings to asylum seekers and refugees
-To ensure that asylum seekers and refugees are aware of their basic rights and obligations in the country where they live
-To ensure that asylum seekers and refugees are aware of their basic rights and obligations in the city where they live.
-To ensure that asylum seekers and refugees are sensitive to regional, national and world problems, solution-oriented and participatory
– To accelerate the integration process of asylum seekers and refugees into the country they live in
– To improve the employment skills of asylum seekers and refugees.
Employment opportunities will be increased by adapting the professional knowledge and skills of asylum seekers and refugees to their new country of origin. The procedure to be followed by an asylum seeker or refugee who is a university student in his/her country of origin in order to continue his/her university education in his/her new country of origin will be explained. Thus, protection of human capital and its best use will be ensured.E-learning module will include rights such as health, education, shelter, language trainings, employment, legal counselling, obtaining work permits, workplace licensing, vocational and social courses, hospital interpreting, financial support, women’s guest houses, etc. The sections on the rights and obligations of asylum seekers and refugees in the e-learning module will be arranged within the framework of the current practices of each country.