Erasmus+ Strategic partnership for Adult Education
RIME was born from the creation of the Refugee’s guide produced for and WITH refugees. It aims the construction of a guide by and for refugees adaptable in all countries that facilitates their knowledge and inclusion. This simple and illustrated refugee guide is intended to be very accessible to refugees. It presents their rights and their view of their status
RIME was born from the creation of the Refugee’s guide, in France, produced for and WITH refugees living in the Bordeaux metropolitan area. This simple and illustrated refugee guide is intended to be very accessible to refugees. It presents their rights and their view of their status.
Its success has been such that many European organisations have turned to their creators to benefit from their expertise and create guides adapted to other legal, social, economic and political environments in Europe.
Foundation COS Alexandre Glasberg has approached these European partners to develop with them tools adapted to the inclusion of refugees in Europe. The project is part of a context of tightening national policies towards refugees. In a context of rising nationalism, xenophobia and glottophobia, the partners consider that the tools, methodologies and processes of inclusion are currently too sectoralized and do not sufficiently promote the participation of refugees in the very creation of these tools.
Thus, the partners, inspired by the participatory methodologies they know, propose to carry out :
– A methodological matrix for the creation of a refugee guide that can be adapted in all European countries
– A comic strip database designed to promote learning pedagogy for refugees and to support the expression of allophone refugees or those who speak few national languages.
– Two certified training courses dedicated to the development of mentoring in order to consolidate inclusion processes in urban and rural areas.
The participation of migrants in the development of educational tools is at the heart of our project. Partners are foundations active in adult education, advisory bodies, universities, adult education centres, social and vocational integration centres and NGOs. They are located in France, Italy, Greece, Sweden, Malta.
The RIME project will therefore focus on developing the skills of trainers working with refugees by supporting their ability to
– Develop their capacity to integrate cross-sectoral integration processes
– Train mentors
It also aims to involve refugees in the creation of the necessary tools to promote their integration.