In December 2016, the 31st issue of our electronic review- les rives de l'iriv- is dedicated to the Alliance. The last issue was dedicated to the surprise.
In September 2016, the iriv publishes a newsletter dedicated to migration - from Paris to Berlin to other worlds- in order to offer, twice a year, a testimony by people living in Berlin - German citizens or foreigners- to think of the differences between the German and the French approaches to support migrants in a cosmopolitan city.
In July 2016, on the occasion of the Olympic Games in Rio (August), the president of iriv published an article in the review Sport & Citizenship dedicated to Soft Power - realised together with the IRIS (Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques) and dedicated to "Sport and diplomacy".
For further information on our publications : http://www.iriv-publications.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/
The fourth promotion of the action (2017) Volunteering to enhance success at school is implemented together with the College Blaise Pascal and the Opera of Massy which will welcome the students.
For further information on the action : http://sas-essonne.blogspot.fr/
iriv & its president attended several conferences in 2016 (Paris, Zurich, POrto). For the Vintage project, iriv conseil tested together with the FISPE a training programme at the Cité des Métiers (Paris). iriv conseil offered training for the CRPVE in Essonne.
For further information on iriv & iriv conseil :http://www.iriv.net/interventions
Initiated by the Collège Blaise Pascal (Massy, Essonne) together with iriv conseil, the project Schola - an Erasmus + project selected in 2016- gathers a European team in France (leader), Belgium (Karel De Grote Hogeschool, Anvers), Italy (Universita degli Studi di Perugia, Pérouse), Slovenia (ZRC-SAZU), and Poland (University of Jagiellonski, Cracow). The Schola project aims at offering new approaches to strengthen the education and training paths of prospective and practicing educators/youth workers ; equipping them with all competences and skills needed to deliver high quality services and address increasingly diverse needs e.g those posed by multicultural societies. It is an innovative project aiming to reduce disparities in learning outcomes affecting learners from disadvantaged backgrounds/with fewer opportunities.
For further information on the project: www.iriv-vaeb.net.
Initiated by the University of Burgos (Spain) together with iriv conseil (France), the JUCIVOL project is an Erasmus + - Key Action 3 - Initiatives for policy innovation - Social inclusion through education, training and youth (2016-2018). It gathers a European team in Spain (leader), France, Italy, Cyprus and Slovenia. The JuCiVol is targeted professionals- mainly teachers and educators- working with young European Union citizens who are of migrant background and/or live in depressed neighborhoods. We will count with the support of in civil society organizations, neighborhood and school councils in order to know what are the issues that are more important to these youngsters and, more fundamentally, in order to reach them. Teachers and educators focus on the positive outcomes of volunteering and participation in associations of the civil society with a focus on awareness-raising and information about European citizenship, the right attached to it and the identification of obstacles to their effective exercise.
For further information: www.ubu.es
Initiated by the Cyprus Labour Institute (INEK-PEO)- a trade union initiative of the Pancyprian Federation of Labour (PEO), the MigrAID project is an Eramsus + project which gathers a partnership of research and academic institutions, migrant organisations , social partners and VET centres - INEK-PEO (Cyprus), Milan University (Italy), KISA (Cyprus), IRIV conseil (France), INEK-GSEE (Greece), IME/GSEBEE (Cyprus), ENAIP (Italy) and VIFIN (Denmark) with long experience in national and community action, research activities, tripartite social dialogue and policy interventions.
For further information: www.inek.org.cy
Initiated by the Italian VET organisation ERIFO, the REVaLUE is an Erasmus + rpoejct (2016-2019) gathering a European team from Italy (leader & martner), France, Germany, Hungary, and United Kingdom. The goal of the project is to enhance the labor inclusion of refugees, subsidiary protection holders and asylum seekers by improving their access to skilled jobs. The corrective action of REVaLUE is to tackle major the causes that prevent refugees’ labour from integration :lack of recognition of knowledge, competence and skills, including previous studies; deskilling; lack of working experience in the host country; language.
For further information: www.erifo.it
The University catholic of the Santo Cuore in Milan is leader of a project supported by the European Fund for Integration (FAMI) gathering several Italian associations and European experts coming from France (iriv), Germany and Spain. The project should design a passport of competences to support social and economic integration of refugees and asylum seekers.
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 (KA2, Lifelong Learning programme) offering an innovative strategy combining VET & Language learning. Initiated by the Foundation ECAP (Switzerland, leader), this project gathers six European countries : Switerland (ECAP, leader), 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).