On the cadre of the “EQUITY” project, we welcomed our partners for a meeting for two days from 2nd to 3rd June in Lund.

The first day began with the presentation of the two-day meeting with our partner Sven in charge of the coordination. Then the discussion started when project partners presented their revised versions of their final modules. The different groups followed each other with their modules oriented around teachers teaching the migrants, pedagogical tools for the teacher, body literacy, vocation orientation, or connective communication. This time allowed for discussion and exchange on the different presentations, especially on the content and the way to implement them. Then the possible structure of IOs on the project homepage was presented, and suggestions on how to improve the site and make it more attractive were made. The end of the morning was marked by questions about translating the different IOs into the languages of the other partners.
The afternoon was dedicated to group work on IO3 concerning developing the teaching/learning materials, where many exciting ideas were presented. The day concludes with feedback and general evaluation, followed by a city walk in Lund and a dinner with all partners.

Tuesday started with the agreement on testing and evaluation of the IO2/IO3 manager by our Finnish partners. Then the dissemination activities were discussed with the idea of linking all people to reach more people. Then the morning continued with the resumption of the group work on IO3 to finish the coordination between the different groups. We also planned the next meeting, which will take place in France in Lille from 17 to 18 November 2022, for two full days.
The meeting ended with final feedback, evaluation, and the certificate attendance and farewell.

In conclusion, this meeting was an opportunity to share the different methods that can be used to enable better social inclusion and training for young refugees and migrants. The continuation of this project and the possibility of implementing the different methods and materials fit nicely into the Erasmus+ program.






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