REFUGIN – Communitarian approach for a holistic young refugee long-term integration

REFUGIN aims to improve young refugees’ medium-to-long-term integration, by capacitating educational and NGO professionals in their work with refugees.

Project Number: 2022‐1‐FR02‐KA220‐YOU‐000088283

Funded by: Erasmus+      Duration: 01/09/2022 – 31/08/2025

REFUGIN - Communitarian approach for a holistic young refugee long-term integration


Since 2015, many people have been fleeing their countries because of war and persecution, and they’ve been arriving in Europe to seek safety. The situation has gotten worse in 2021, with the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan and the war in Ukraine, causing millions more to flee. These people face many challenges when they arrive in Europe. Some of the problems include not getting the help they need to settle into their new lives and having to deal with societies that do not accept them because they’re migrants.

To help refugees in Europe, we need to do two things: First, we should make sure they get more than just the basics they need to survive when they arrive. This will help them build better lives in the future. Second, we need to stop people from believing false information and being suspicious of refugees.


REFUGIN aims to help young refugees settle into their new lives in Europe for the long term. We will achieve this by training the people who work with them (mainly educational and NGO practitioners), so they can help the refugees build better futures, while also promoting diversity and understanding in Europe, to help everyone get along better. 


This activity involves the extensive mapping of promising practices regarding the sustained integration of young refugees and the creation of a practical manual on promising practices undertaken by civil society to enhance refugees’ medium-to-long-term integration.

This activity involves the development of a tailored b-learning (blended learning) course for educational and NGO practitioners, as well as a Training of Trainers (ToT) course.

An innovative e-training course developed to enhance young refugees’ personal, social and educational skills. The training course addresses the needs presented by young refugees and, thus, provides the necessary identified skills, know-how and competences to ease their successful integration.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Commission. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them. 

Εταίροι του Έργου

KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre (Greece)
Association Les Militants des savoirs (France)
IPS_Innovative Prisons Systems (Portugal)
United for Intercultural Action (Hungary)
UREP_União de Refugiados em Portugal  (Portugal)
Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia
Scholl with Class Foundation (Poland)
EASI_European Association for Social Innovation (Romania)
Charity_Centre for Refugees  (Republic of Moldova)

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