Digital Tools for Inclusion of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants

The project will promote and encourage the integration of refugees, asylum seekers and newly arrived migrants through enhancing their basic skills and key competences for achieving better social and labour inclusion in the European Community.

Study visit

Hildburghausen, Germany

Training course for immigrants

Hildburghausen, Germany

House “Lichtblick” for unaccompanied minor refugees

Schleusingen, Germany

VET course


Ms. Ruska Boyadzieva, Deputy Mayor of Burgas


Transnational meeting

Burgas, Bulgaria

Digital Inclusion Poster

Written by Digital Inclusion

The CARDET team developed the project poster to be disseminated to relevant stakeholders in digital or printed format.

You can see it here

Second Digital Inclusion Transnational Meeting

Written by Digital Inclusion

From 5th to 7th April in Burgas, Bulgaria was held the Second Transnational Meeting of the partners in the European project ‘Digital Tools for Inclusion of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants’ as scheduled in the timetable.

The meeting was opened with the welcome speech of Ms. Ruska Boyadzieva, Deputy Mayor of Burgas in charge of European Policies and Environment and Secretary of the hosting organization. The Municipalities of Burgas and Stara Zagora were presented, focusing on their development and latest achievements. The situation with recognized asylum seekers registered in Stara Zagora was discussed as well as some of the problems identified by the officers at the local Directorate of the Employment Agency regarding integration of the refugees in the local labour market.

USERLA presented its experience with project implemented during the last years targeting the integration of highly qualified immigrants from third countries living in the region. 

During the meeting the progress of the project was presented: the visibility and communication tools and materials, as the project flyer, website, Facebook page. The forthcoming activities related to preparation of the e-learning modules were discussed. The participants were given opportunity to visit the city of Burgas and the picturesque city of Nessebar, which forms part of the World heritage listed by UNESCO.

The next transnational project meeting was scheduled for November 2017 in Italy.