FATI aims to produce educational material and resources targeting migrants and refugeesresiding in EU countries.
The consortium will deliver a set of tutorials on topics pertaining to non formal education, suitable for educators and youth practitioners willing to engage with refugees and/or migrants in their work.
Additionally, the project aims to create a network of NGOs operating across Europe in the domain of social inclusion, thus ultimately encouraging the sharing of best practices between these agents.
FATI also aims to establish a library of commodities, hosted on a on-line platform, and allowing individuals from across Europe to engage in the provision of humanitarian aid to refugees, migrants and newcomers.
The FATI consortium is being composed of: The Cypriot NGO ‘C.I.P. Citizens In Power’ (applicant organization/coordinator), with a great experience in coordinating similar projects by using sophisticated ICTs, as a contribution to the modernization of teaching; the greatest public Lithuanian ‘Vilnius University’ -established in1578; The Spanish association, CEPS which has been working on socio-cultural projects since 1994, whilst it is currently employing 230 people; the Greek NGO ‘IASIS’ with its distinguished pool of psychologists and; the French NGO ‘Digijeunes’ which specializes on digital mediation.
For more information please visit the projects’ website: www.projectfati.com
This digital banner is called the “Humanitarian Aid for Migrants and Refugees Award”. Is awarded to organizations that are committed to providing humanitarian assistance to immigrants and refugees located in the countries of the consortium who work with other similar organizations in the countries of the consortium.