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On 23 September 2022, we had the great pleasure to welcome interested people from all over Europe for the Destination Europe online kick-off event. The event intended to raise awareness of the Educational Tool, its target audience and how it works and can be used, with the aim of providing reasons to explore possibilities of … Continued
During the Lampa Conversation Festival in Cēsis on 1 and 2 July, EMN Latvia had the opportunity to host two parallel sessions of Destination Europe with a diverse groups of people, including youth, school children, retired persons and people in working-age. Over the course of the sessions, the participants were able to take on different roles … Continued
We are pleased to invite you to the Destination Europe kick-off event on the 23rd of September 2022, 9:30-11:00 CEST. The webinar will be hosted on Webex and registration is now open. Please register here. This kick-off event intends to raise awareness of the educational tool, its target audience and how it works, with the … Continued
Destination Europe is now available in five language versions on the website. The print-and-play version can be downloaded in English, French, Latvian, Spanish and Ukrainian. Moreover, the additional materials for teachers and educators are available in English, French and Ukrainian. More language versions will follow soon. Stay tuned!
Both, an instructional video and a promotional video for the Destination Europe educational tool are now online. The promotional video intends to generate curiosity and invites you to discover and explore the tool. The instructional video enables you to set up Destination Europe and explains how to proceed with the tool and timing of each … Continued
On 16 July 2021, we tested Destination Europe with the staff of the National Reception Office (Office national de l’accueil / ONA) in Luxembourg. This administration is responsible for organising the reception of applicants for international protection and creating and managing facilities reserved for their temporary accommodation. The participants included social workers who work directly with … Continued