The project aims to provide safe spaces for inclusion of lgbt+ migrants, asylum seekersand refugees (from now on: MRAR). It is addressed to organisations that work with MRARor with the lgbt+ community and are interested to widen their action. It will involve youth workers, facilitators, mediators and youth leaders providing and strengthening competences (knowledge, skills and attitude) in order to implement good practices for inclusion of lgbt+ MRAR.
The project is made of three phases:
- a residential Training Course to give participants the tools needed to work with lgbt+ MRAR;
- a local phase where the participants will plan and implement practices for inclusion of lgbt+ MRAR in their local contexts;
- a final seminar to share results, strenghts and challenges of those practices and gather them in an online toolkit to be disseminated.
The specific objectives of the project are:
- to raise awareness about the presence of lgbt+ MRAR and the peculiar challenges they face;
- to share good practices of inclusion, identify the most effective and implement them locally;
- to provide techniques and strategies for a more inclusive Non Formal and Informal Education framework;
- to promote an intersectional and cross-sectoral approach.