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During the implementation of the inHERE project a series of training resources were produced and are available online for free in the English language. Specifically, the resources collected the presentations of the keynotes delivered during a Training Week which took place via F2F workshops. The digital resources which include pdf documents and videos are divided in five sessions:
  • Session 1: Definitions and Legal Information
  • Session 2: Access to Higher Education
  • Session 3: Recognition of credits and qualifications
  • Session 4: Socio-Economic Integration-Psychological support and Inclusion in the Labour market
  • Session 5: Overarching Diversity Management
Title Higher Education Supporting Refugees in Europe (InHERE)
Date launched 01/09/2016
Status Ongoing
Type of Resource Digital Resources (webinars and training materials)
Purpose Integration in Higher Education
Online or Blended OL
Learning outcomes The objective of the inHERE resources are the following:
  • Collect and analyse good practice examples of Higher Eeducation (HE) approaches and initiatives in wide range of urgent situations, focusing on refugees and displaced students, facilitating the identification of successful patterns of integration which have the potential to be easily scaled up;
  • Sensitise HE governance, facilitating communication and institutional support within and outside the university;
  • Provide relevant orientation and training to the university staff, to empower universities so that they are able to take an active stand and further replicate successful approaches and practices.
Target group Professors, administrative service staff and technical staff of members to University communities who are running or are planning to run projects and activities to facilitate the access of refugees to HEI and their social integration.
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Europass Aligned with basic Europass fields
Financing and sustainability model Erasmus+ European Commission
Leading Organization UNIMED, Mediterranean Universities Union, Italy
Partners: Sapienza University, Italy; University of Barcelona, Spain; Campus France, France; EUA, European University Association, Belgium.
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Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country No