2015- European Year for Developement - Je suis Charlie

2015 is the European Year for Development.

The 28th issue of our newsletter the rives de l'iriv, is dedicated to the balance between freedom of opinion, expression and information and  the respect of freedom of religion which are the touchstones of a democracy. The next issue is dedicated to the return. If you wish to submit us an article: please click here.

For further information on our publications :  portal for iriv's publications.

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Club of the iriv at the Cité des Métiers (2012-2015)

Our Institute is partner of the Cité des Métiers in Paris. It offers each month a club to Value the migratory competences of migrants in the labour market

The next club of the iriv is held on Wednesday 14th of October 2015, at the Public Library of Beaubourg, from 13h to 15h30. It is dedicated to the Vintage project. Save the date !

For further information on the club: http://club-iriv-paris.blogspot.fr/ and  on the training programme of the iriv

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European conference and interventions in 2015

The iriv organises a European Conference in the framework of the Vintage project - Combining professional learning to linguistic learning in Vocational Education & Training. It will be held at the City hall of the XIVth district in Paris on Friday, 9th of October 2015 (10h-13h).

Together with the CRPVE, the iriv offers a cycle of training for associations in Autumn 2015 in Essonne. 

For further information on  the interventions of iriv in 2015: http://www.iriv.net/interventions

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Action "Success at school thanks to Volunteering" in Massy (2013-2015)

The action "Success at school thanks to Volunteering" began in Essonne in 2013 in the framework of the European project, a Comenius, Success at school -SAS. It could go on in Massy thanks to the partnership of the College Blaise Pascal and the City Hall of Massy. The iriv offered pedagogical sessions to youngsters from the College Blaise Pascal to initiate them to volunteering from January to June 2015.

On Friday 26th of June 2015, the team of youngsters who have attended at least three sessions since January have received a certificate of Volunteering signed both by their teacher and the president of iriv.

For further information on the action : http://www.successatschool.eu and on the EU project: http://www.successatschool.eu

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Di&Di- Enhancing Diversity and Struggling against Discrimination on the labour market (2013-2015)

Together with Enda Europe, iriv initiated the Di&Di project- Enhancing Diversity and struggling against Discrimination in 5 European countries: France (leader), Germany, Bulgaria, Italy and Switzerland. Transfer of innovation of the Diversité + project directed by Enda Europe (2007-2012) and former projects Migrapass (2010-2012) and Mediateur Interculturel (2009) initiated by iriv,  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. Professionals in charge of integration and/or diversity and working with migrants are involved in both the training and mentoring.

For further information on the project: the French weblog:  http://www.di-di.fr/ and  http://www.iriv.net/

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Vintage- VET integrated language learning (2014 - 2016)

The iriv is the French partner of the Vintage project, 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 in Germany (Arbeit und leben Hamburg e.V), in France (iriv conseil), in Italy (Universita per Stranieri di Perugia & Centro territoriale permanente di Gallarate), in Greece (Militos Emerging Technologies & Services) and in Norway (European Center for Women and Technology).

For further information on the project : http://www.vintage-language.fr  & http://www.vintage-language.eu

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