The Digital Welcome project final event took place in Brussels on the 24th May 2019. 67 participants came together to discuss the role of ICT and digital skills in refugee and migrant integration, among them trainers and educators, representatives of
On the 5th of March 2019, a visit was organized by Antonis Bertos and Vasilis Rafail, both IASIS trainers, and the Iasis RND team in KET theatre in the center of Athens, under the framework of Digital Welcome project. A
Have a look at this video created by some of the participants to the second pilot of the Digital Welcome programme in Barcelona. They share some interesting things about their experience.
When hospitality becomes inclusion, learning is the most precious opportunity. That’s exactly what happened to the Digital Welcome project’s participants during the Digital Storytelling module: using the technique of stop motion animation, the students told their stories – biographical or
The Digital Welcome brochure has been updated with project results and some testimonies from the piloting activities. Check it out here!
Digital Welcome project consortium invite you to the Final Event of the DIGITAL WELCOME Project Offering a digital welcome is the essence of the ‘Digital Welcome’ methodology. In five European countries young refugees and migrants learned to facilitate IT workshops on basic programming,
On the first day of our training, Freshte was the only woman in our course. I thought, I hope she will come back and we will not scare her off. She introduced herself, told us that she has lived in Berlin
Participants of Digital Welcome in Barcelona, in addition to participating in the training and improving their digital and communication skills, have put their knowledge and skills into practice at the YoMo festival, a great fair where science and technology meets
Which is the most advanced technology? If your first answer that comes to mind is ‘’machines’’, you have lost! It is human nature, the feelings and the stories that the body feels in its own cells. When two different kinds
Twelve enthusiastic young immigrants have successfully finished the programme of the second pilot of the Digital Welcome programme in Brussels, Belgium. On the 30th of January 2019 they have received their certificate after following 60 hours of training and passing