The 30th issue of our electronic review- les rives de l'iriv- to be published in June 2016- is dedicated to the surprise.
If you wish to contribute: www.benevolat.net.
Our Institute is partner of the Cité des Métiers in Paris since 2012. It offers a monthly club Value the migratory competences of migrants in the labour market. For further information: http://club-iriv-paris.blogspot.fr/
Our next club is dedicated to the Key Tutors project and will be held on the 11th of May 2016.
The action "Success at school thanks to Volunteering" is going on in 2016 thanks to the partnership of the Collège Blaise Pascal together with the cultural centre Paul B in Massy- http://sas-essonne.blogspot.fr/
Next session will be held on Wednesday, 25th of May 2016. Four sessions were held at Paul B in 2016: the 13th of January, the 3rd of February , the 16th of March and the 6th of April with 21 to 23 students and two tutors who were former participants in 2015.
The iriv offers training, organises conference and attends European seminars
The Key Tutors project (2015-2017) is an Erasmus + project selected at the call for proposal 2015. It offers both a pedagogical tool & training for tutors in the field of Key competences. Initiated by the Fédération Familles rurales Pays de Loire together with iriv conseil, it gathers 5 countries: France, Spain, Finland, Lithuania and Poland.
The iriv is the French partner of the Vintage project (2014-2016), a Key Activity 2 project (Lifelong Learning programme) offering a strategy to enhance VET integrated language learning. Initiated by the Foundation ECAP (Switzerland, leader), this project gathers six European countries :Germany (Arbeit und leben Hamburg e.V), France (iriv conseil), Italy (Universita per Stranieri di Perugia & CPIA di Gallarate), Greece (Militos Emerging Technologies & Services) and Norway (European Center for Women and Technology-ECWT).
Together with Enda Europe, iriv conseil initiated the Di&Di project- Enhancing Diversity and struggling against Discrimination in 5 European countries: France (leader), Germany, Bulgaria, Italy and Switzerland. The Di&Di project is a Leonardo da Vinci project aiming at designing a tool and strategy to enhance diversity in the labour market by identifying situations of discriminations. It addresses two specific target groups: qualified youngsters and low qualified women, both sharing a migratory background (training). Professionals in charge of integration and/or diversity and working with migrants (mentoring).