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The kick off meeting was hosted by Pressure Line in Rotterdam during January 2011. Here partners introduced themselves and presented an initial piece of research to indicate the target communities they had chosen to work with, and to compare their current knowledge and experience of the host language and how that helped or hindered them in a practical sense. Following which a work plan was agreed for the first year of the project.

The Second meeting was hosted by Dian in Poros, Greece during June 2011. Here partners shared examples of good practice of financial or general support organisations to ethnic community groups. Scenario role-play was also discussed as an effective means of communicating and addressing some of the emerging issues.


The third meeting  took place in Dublin, Ireland in December 2011. Partners were presented with the training programs both for representatives from migrant communities and final beneficiaries. There were presentations and discussions on the training procedures associated with the final CD product and the deadlines for preparing materials for the Kit were set. Partners proceeded to discuss dissemination, exploitation and financial issues surrounding the final product.

The final INTEGRA event was an international conference held in June 2012 in Vilnius. In addition to the project partners there were representatives from different social partner institutions and migrant communities in partner countries, honoured guests, representatives from the Education Exchange Support Foundation, British Council, Language Teachers' Association of Lithuania,Institute of Labour and Social Research, The Refugees Reception Center, Center for Equality Advancement along with teachers from different Vilnius and Kaunas universities and colleges, and the State Linguistic University of Minsk.


DHE Solutions organised two project exploitation workshops in February 2012 at Camden Somali Cultural Centre CSCC offices and at Paiwand offices in London, UK. Attendees at the CSCC event included members of the Somali community, both experienced teachers / trainers as well as advocacy advisors. Attendees at the Paiwand event included managers, trainers, student trainers, and a senior member of the local Afghan community.



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