FYEG – Social Inclusion Of Migrants

FYEG is looking for 35 participants for a study session with the title
“Social Inclusion of Migrants”; taking place from 2nd to 9th of June
2007 in Strasbourg, France. The topic is on the possibilities of
migrants and people with migrant backgrounds in the social field, e.g.
health care, education and labour market and how migrants can affect
these policies on their own.

A study session is a dynamic seminar with both formal and non-formal
parts; a space where you can learn, share your experience and discuss
with others to go further in the discussion and come to actual results.

Applicants should be:

– citizen of or resident in a member state of the Council of Europe
(that’s pretty much all of Europe, not just EU)

– be able to communicate in English (no perfection required)

– attend the whole study session (arrive on 2^nd ; leave on 9^th of June)

– should not be older than 34

Priority will be given to members of FYEG and CDN; however, this call is
open for everyone. We will be accommodated in the Youth Center in
Strasbourg which has great facilities. You will be staying in 2-bed
rooms. Board, lodging and travel costs will be covered by the
organisers. The participation fee is 45 EUR and will be deducted from
the travel reimbursement which you will receive at the end of the study

We encourage especially women to apply for his project. Deadline for
applications is 2^nd of April. You will know by the end of April whether
you have been selected or not.

more info can be found at site of fyeg
For any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Ska at ska@fyeg.org


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