- Strategic framework
- Utbildning för migranter
- Internationellt samarbete och politisk dialog
Education at all levels is a key part of the integration process for migrants. Two areas of particular importance are language learning and adult learning.
In November 2015, the Commission launched a survey to having a better picture of what was happening in the field and encourage the sharing of good practices. 256 participants from around 15 countries answered the survey. The results of the survey were published in a list of existing initiatives.
The EU, through Erasmus+ and its predecessor Lifelong Learning Programme, has funded adult learning and language learning projects. See some examples of what has been done and how education can play its part in the integration of migrants:
EEPSOL provided information on how to engage with and support minority groups and migrant workers into employment through job shadowing, work placement, employer engagement and vocational language training and employability skills development. The project has been selected as a success story. Success stories are finalised projects that distinguished themselves in terms of policy relevance, communication potential, impact or design.