The European Commission has been conducting an EU survey to collect a wide range of initiatives taken by higher education actors. The objective of this survey was two-fold:
- To have a better picture of the initiatives already taken by higher education actors in this area and of the challenges they may have encountered
- To continue adapting the Erasmus+ programme to the current situation through a bottom-up approach and asking the higher education sector for their input
Find the results here.
“Study shows helping new arrivals into employment more quickly would aid Australia’s economy, benefit vulnerable people and improve social cohesion.”
The Guardian, February 21th 2017.
The European Council on 15 December 2016 adopted conclusions on migration, security, economic and social development, youth, Cyprus, and external relations.
You can read the full document here!
The LikeHome kick-off meeting was held on 14 and 15 December 2016 in Alicante, Spain. All partners had the opportunity to discuss in depth the theoretical background and the implementation of the LikeHome project.