Migration and Refugee

”Migration and Refugee Europe's opportunity to build interculturalism” seeks to empower youth workers on knowledge, mindsets and strategies on how to develop successful actions of social-labor inclusion among young migrants and refugees.

In order to achieve this, the project will develop a training course with youth workers from Greece, Italy and Spain.During the event, the participants will exchange best practices and learn tools/skills on how to work with young migrants and refugees. At the same time, the participants will raise awareness about the current migration situation among young Europeans and they will create a network of European youth workers interested in the inclusion of young immigrants and refugees. All the information, data and good practices of the project will be systematise in a virtual and open document: "Migration and Refugee Handbook".

The project is developed in the framework of the following four topics of migration policies:

  • Political: Incorporation of migrants into advisor bodies of local politicians in charge of different public policies (education, security, employment, etc.)
  • Education: Incorporation of the typical celebrations of the background countries of migrants into the official schedule of schools.
  • Labour: courses for the development of entrepreneurial skills of migrants for the creation of companies related to transnational spaces (importation/exportation of products from/to the countries of origin).
  • Social: Organisation of spaces in which natives and migrants can learn, through the dialogue, the language of their counterparts.

“Migration and Refugee: Europe's opportunity to build interculturalism” (2016-3-ES02-KA105-008750) is a project coordinated by Biderbost, Boscan & Rochin (BB&R), in collaboration with HRYO and Academy of Entrepreneurship, and funded with support from the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.




  • Biderbost, Boscan & Rochin


  • Gran Vía, 59-61, 1º - 2
    37001 Salamanca, Spain


  • +34 923 054 933


  • bbyr@bbyr.com

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