Have you ever wondered, what makes you feel at home?

The ALL IN Project is an innovative Erasmus+ Project focusing on the effective linguistic and cultural integration of refugees and immigrants into Europe. Currently, there is still a significant gap between the aspirations of policy professions and the reality of integration.

 

ALL IN aims to build bridges to overcome this gap by offering innovative solutions in key areas. Central to the ALL IN project is the view that successful social inclusion requires the engagement of  both members of the host society as well as the efforts from immigrants and refugees to achievelong-term results and benefits for all. Accordingly, enabling the building of powerful relationships
and high levels of rapport in multicultural societies through second language and cultural teaching is central to the ALL IN project mission.

Immigration in the European Union

In 2017 the EU was home to approximately 21.6 million third-country nationals. According to the latest Special Eurobarometer Survey on Integration of immigrants in the European Union only 54% of European citizens think that the integration of immigrants is successful. Policy measures as offering or improving language courses to immigrants upon their arrival (88%) or introducing or improving integration programmes for immigrants upon arrival (85%) are considered to be vital for success (Special Eurobarometer Survey, 2018).

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Who is ALL IN?

ALL IN merges the expertise of 6 project partners from 5 European countries.

 

With backgrounds in language teaching, intercultural and soft skills training, teacher training, immigration and refugee educational programmes, and training material development, this dream team of experienced ractitioners is looking forward to successful European project cooperation.

ALL IN will enable immigrants and refugees to develop their intercultural and people skills as they improve their language abilities. Through this project we will develop and provide relevant and engaging  educational material providing real insights and practical tools for living in a new  environment, alongside teacher training to support educators in the culture and language sector to support immigrants and refugees with new skills.

 

Language and cultural training materials, tools and teacher training are only the beginning of this promising and innovative project. The developed material will be available as Open Educational Resources to enhance the impact of our goals. In the long term ALL IN aims to create new consciousness about the need to broaden and deepen integration activity, helping to suppress discrimination, racism and hate speech with the involvement of both host society and migrants in the inclusion process.

Social Inclusion needs everyone

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According to the Special Eurobarometer Survey (2018, 8) it is widely recognised among Europeans that integration requires mutual commitment from both migrants and the host society in order to be fully successful.

… enable immigrants and refugees to develop their intercultural and people skills as they improve their language abilities. Through this project we will develop and provide relevant and engaging educational material providing real insights and practical tools for living in a new environment, alongside teacher training to support educators in the culture and language sector to support immigrants and refugees with new skills.

 

Language and cultural training materials, tools and teacher training are only the beginning of this promising and innovative project. The eveloped material will be available as Open Educational Resources to enhance the impact of our goals. In the long term ALL IN aims to create new consciousness about the need to broaden and deepen integration activity, helping to suppress discrimination, racism and hate speech with the involvement of both host society and migrants in the inclusion process.

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