E-learning platform of the project GVETS is up and running

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We are happy to announce, that e-learning platform of our project GVETS – Gamification in Vocational Education and Training for Professionals and Social Workers in The Field of Migrant Children Protection and Support – is up and running! Specialists, working with children from migratory background, can find 7 different modules from Protection of migrant children […]

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5th meeting of the European Migration Forum

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DDG is participating in the 5th meeting of the European Migration Forum “From global to local governance of migration: The role of local authorities and civil society in managing migration and ensuring safe and regular pathways to the EU”.

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Participation at Mythbusting European Project Management for Strategic Partnerships Seminar

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The Irish National Agency, Léargas, the coordinator of Erasmus+ program,  has organized the crosssectoral Thematic Seminar “Mythbusting European Project Management for Strategic Partnerships” which took place in Dublin, 13-15 February 2019. Our Project Manager Vija has participated in the seminar, which aimed to explore best practice in European project management for more experienced project coordinators. […]

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Global, regional and national trends of asylum seekers and migrants in Vilnius

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On 5thof March 2019 the director of DDG Karolis Zibas provided training for representatives of libraries. The training took place in Vilnius County Adomas Mickevicius Public Library. The training shed the light on global, regional and national trends of asylum seekers and migrants; gave the understanding about migrant integration policies at the EU level and formation […]

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GVETS joint staff training

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In a few days we are starting joint staff training event of the GVETS project in Budapest! Training will take place on 11-15 of March, project coordinator, Menedek will host representatives from all partnership. Training agenda includes online testing of the training modules and testing other modules elements in a face to face training settings. […]

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5th European Migration forum

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For the 5th time DDG was elected to participate in the 5th meeting of the European Migration Forum ‘From global to local governance of migration: the role of local authorities and civil society in managing migration and ensuring safe and regular pathways to the EU’. The Forum will take place in Brussels, 3-4 April 2019. DDG will […]

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Global, regional and national trends of asylum seekers and migrants in Varėna

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On 25thFebruary 2019 the director of DDG Karolis Zibas provided training for representatives of libraries. The training took place in Varėna County Public Library. The training shed the light on global, regional and national trends of asylum seekers and migrants; gave the understanding about migrant integration policies at the EU level and formation of public […]

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GVETS 3rd transnational partners meeting

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On the 14-15th of February representatives of all the partners implementing GVETS project have participated in 3rd transnational partners meeting at the Oxfam Italy’s office, in Florence. At the meeting progress of current activities was discussed, pending issues solved, future steps planned. First training module will be uploaded to the e-learning platform soon, so stay tuned – […]

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4th MMN Handbook of Good Practices

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We are happy to announce, that GVETS project, where DDG is one of the partners, is included to the 4th Handbook of Good Practices annually delivered by Mediterranean Migration Network – MMN! The handbook merely includes a small collection of the rich and heterogeneous good practices and materials the members of the Network and their […]

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DDG at EASO Consultative Forum Plenary Meeting

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DDG has participated in the 8th EASO Consultative Forum Plenary Meeting in Brussels. The discussion on reception of asylum seekers between NGOs, policy-makers and field experts has prompted a productive knowledge exchange. During the workshop on Reception and Society, representatives from numerous countries have emphasised the importance of countering asylum-related stereotypes at both local and […]

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