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Projects attached to the country France



Di&Di - 2013-2015

Di&DiDi&Di

Initiated by iriv together with Enda-Europe, the Di&Di project- enhancing Diversity and struggling against Discrimination gathers 5 European countries: France, Bulgaria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. It offers a training for graduate youngsters and unqualified women, both sharing a migratory background and a mentoring to professionals working in RH.

Partner(s) involved:     

GermanyBulgariaSwitzerlandFranceItaly

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MigrActrices - 2012-2013

MigrActricesMigrActrices

Initiated by Assfam, Adel and iriv, the MigrActrices project is supported by the Direction de l'Accueil, de l'Integration et de la Citoyenneté (DAIC) at the Minister of Interior.

Partner(s) involved:         

France

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Trans-Cité - 2012-2013

Trans-CitéTrans-Cité

Initiated by iriv together with the Assfam, the project Trasn-Cité is supported by the Regional Council of Ile de France (CRIF)

Partner(s) involved:       

France

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Valbuk - 2012-2014

ValbukValbuk

Initiated by the ECAP Foundation, the Valbvuk  is a Leonardo da Vinci project, under the Lifelong learning programme. 8 countries are partners: Switzerland (leader), Austria, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Slovebia.

Partner(s) involved:   

AustriaSloveniaSwitzerlandGermanyNetherlandsFranceItaly

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AllinHE - 2011-2014

AllinHEAllinHE

Initiated by the Inholland University, an Erasmus project under the programme Lifelong Learning. 8 countries are associated: the Netherlands (leader), Denmark, Finland, the United Kingdom, France, Romania, Slovenia, Switzerland plus a third country, South Korea.

Partner(s) involved:   

SloveniaSwitzerlandNetherlandsFranceFinlandSouth KoreaDenmarkUnited KingdomRomania

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Migrapass - 2010-2012

MigrapassMigrapass

Initiated by iriv together with Autremonde under the "Lifelong learning" programme (call for proposal 2010), the Migrapass  is a Leonardo da Vinci which gathers five countries : France (leader), Austria, Bulgaria, Spain and United Kingdom. Scored first position at the  call for proposals LLP - TOI in 2010 and at the final evaluation in 2013. 

Partner(s) involved:     

FranceBulgariaAustriaSpainUnited Kingdom

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Tremplin-Migrant(e)s - 2010-2011

Tremplin-Migrant(e)sTremplin-Migrant(e)s

Initiated by iriv together with Autremonde, the project was supported both by the Regional Council in Ile de France and l'ACSE.

Partner(s) involved:         

France

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Médiateur interculturel - 2009

Médiateur interculturelMédiateur interculturel

Initiated by iriv, the Mediateur-interculturel project was supported by the ACSE and Uniformation.

Partner(s) involved:       

France

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TIPS - 2007-2009

TIPSTIPS

A Multilateral project for development of innovation under the Leonardo da Vinci programme, initiated by Consorzio For.com, (Italy) in five countries: Austria, France, Greece, Italy and Poland, meant to develop a training programme for cultural mediators.

 

Partner(s) involved:   

AustriaGreeceFrancePolandItaly

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Involve - 2005-2006

InvolveInvolve

Initiated by the European Center of Volunteering (ECV), this European project was supported by the European Commission in the framework of the INTI Programme , Directorate General Justice and Home Affairs, Direction B : Immigration , asylum and borders. Eight countries were involved : Belgium, Germany, Austria, Spain, France, Hungary, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

 

Partner(s) involved:   

NetherlandsBelgiumSpainGermanyFranceUnited KingdomHungaryAustria

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Mem-Vol - 2003

Mem-VolMem-Vol

On behalf of the German Institute, INBAS-Sozialforschung, this European project constituted the first phasis of a Transnational Exchange Programme (2002-2006) under the Community Action Programme to Combat Social Exclusion (2002-2006). Six countries were partners : Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

Partner(s) involved:   

NetherlandsAustriaGermanyFranceUnited KingdomDenmark

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