The following projects have been co-funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ Programme. The following websites however reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Erasmus+ Here – intends to implement a programme to support circular-economy based entrepreneurial activities in deprived neighborhoods
Erasmus+ Cultural Diversity – the project supports integration of migrants and asylum seekers in small and rural communities by
means of workshops based on narrative-techniques
Erasmus+ Social Seed (ES01-KA204-064916) – Funded by the Erasmus plus programme, the project aims to develop training and an incubator for micro-entrepreneurs coming from disadvantaged groups
Erasmus + YEIP – The Youth Empowerment and Innovation Project (YEIP) aims to design a youth-led, positive policy prevention framework for tackling and preventing the marginalisation and violent radicalisation among young people in Europe.
Erasmus+ Blend-in – targets young refugees with the aim to support their inclusion in the new hosting community through a “survival kit” accessible via a mobile app. The kit will include basic language skills and orientation concerning support services, laws and opportunity in the new country.
Erasmus+ EPSILON – promotes capacity building activities targeting professionals working in the migration and asylum sectors in order to strengthen their ability to effectively support LGBT asylum seekers and refugees.
Projects funded by other programmes
AMIF – Non uno di meno – the project aims to prevent drop-out among migrant students, by providing dedicated support and counselling services in
schools and educational institutions
Competenze immigrazione – The project is addressed to more than 800 operators of public and private services operating in Sardinia Region to strengthen their skills in the field of immigration and improve the system of territorial accommodation for foreign people.
EIF—A.MIC.I – aim of the project is to help migrant micro-entrepreneurs to have access to micro credit programmes providing support and accompaniment
Grundtvig “Abaco” – The project strives to adapt methodologies and contents developed by the association NIBUD, an independent Dutch foundation that gives information about household finance, concerning the prevention of over-indebtedness in order to make them usable by partner organisations in their national contexts (Italy, Spain Portugal and Greece).
Project “To have credit” The project implemented a social micro loan system in the district of Carpi with the aim of offering credit opportunities to low income people without formal guarantees. The project has involved, at the moment, over 60 families offering loans of maximum € 4000 to solve temporary or urgent problems. The program is financed by Cassa di Risparmio di Carpi Foundation.