Overview

The TALENTS project focuses on the inclusion of immigrants and refugees in language training and professional training in order to support their fast access to the world of work – as jobs are the most important basis for integration.

The heart and driving force of the project is the “Hotel Talents” project of the City of Göteborg.

 

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5th Project Partner Meeting and Multiplier Event in Graz

On October 23-26, 2018, TALENTS project partners met in Graz to build on their achievements so far in the implementation of fast-track language courses for job market integration of third country nationals and share their experiences. Main identified challenges were drop-outs, adaptation to innovative methods and the development of a long-term perspective for the students … Continue reading 5th Project Partner Meeting and Multiplier Event in Graz

4th Partner Meeting Took Place in Florence

Project partners met in Florence on March 21-23, 2018, to talk about their progress and practical experiences with pilot initiatives with a fast-track model for integration of migrants, and to work together in the intellectual outputs they are producing. The meeting was organised by the University of Florence and was divided in two parts: a … Continue reading 4th Partner Meeting Took Place in Florence

A tool for TALENTS: EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals

As part of the New Skills Agenda for Europe, the European Commission has developed a Skills Profile Tool to support early profiling of the skills of refugees, migrants and other third country nationals*. What is it? The EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals is intended for use by any services that may be offering … Continue reading A tool for TALENTS: EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals

Dancers across the borders

One of the projects presented in the Stuttgart meeting of TALENTS was “Dancers across the borders”. Refugees ad migrants, together with a choreographer (which is incidentally also a trauma psychologist), developed their own dances as tools to tell their story. More info in the following video:

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