Focus On Multimedia: Competencies In Adult Education

The project aims to respond strategically to support migrant adults recently settled in the EU that still face barriers to integrate with wider Europeans.

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Migrants often face an identity crisis, sometimes torn between their original culture and host country; often not speaking the language or knowing how to integrate socio-economically. They face multiple barriers and experience all the difficulties and challenges such as low self-esteem, lack of confidence, search of themselves and their future, intergenerational problems added to being in a new country and lacking peer support and feeling lost. (Migrants in Europe, EUROSTAT 2011).

To address this issue partners from five countries – UK, France, Estonia, Italy and Greece – have created “Focus on multimedia: competencies in adult education” Strategic Partnership consortium. It aims at developing initiatives addressing spheres of adult education and exchange of experience and best practices in inclusion of migrants via multimedia literacy. Partners will enhance the professional development of educators working in the field of adult education. The project team will sustain the creation of multimedia learning pathways in line with educators’ needs for the empowerment of migrants and vulnerable groups by strengthening their multimedia literacy abilities as a mean of inclusion.

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The specific objectives of this project are to:
  1. Exchanging experience and good multimedia practices among partners so as to extend and developing educators’ competences;
  2. Build and strengthen relationships among a network of education and training organisations at local and EU levels who can benefit from improved learning about reaching particularly disenfranchised communities;
  3. Promote migrant, asylum-seeker and newly-arrived migrant integration while enhancing activities to support equality, diversity and inclusion in EU countries at a local community level;
  4. Support creativity in EU integration of migrant groups via multimedia practices.