The French Foundations Committee for the Reception and Integration of Refugees and Migrants is launching a pilot language-teaching project in Corrèze (Central France)
Uzerches, October 20, 2021,
About the Committee of Foundations for the Reception and Integration of Refugees and Migrants
The Committee of Foundations for the Reception and Integration of Refugees and Migrants is part of the growing drive since 2015 among companies and corporate foundations to address the issue of migrant and refugee populations. The aim is to boost dialog and coordination between Foundations on this complex, multidimensional issue, and also to share best practices and knowledge in different focus missions (health, education, professional integration, gender, extreme social exclusion).
About the Observatory on Immigration and Asylum
In 2018, IFRI's Center for Migration and Citizenship launched the Immigration and Asylum Observatory to analyze and monitor the profound changes in the French asylum and immigration landscape. The Observatory aims to create a unique and unprecedented forum for exchanges between asylum and immigration stakeholders. The program is aimed at NGOs, associations, national institutions, local authorities, philanthropic foundations and companies. It also aims to promote participation among citizens, refugees and migrants in its activities and in the debates and policies that impact them.
About the consortium of associations led by the Ligue de l'enseignement - FAL 19
The consortium brings together 11 associations located across the Corrèze region and working with exiles in reception, accommodation and support for asylum applications, care for unaccompanied minors, integration through economic activity and professional training for refugees. It comprises the Association for the Prefiguration of the Brive Basin regional authority, the Le Roc Association, the Chemins Singuliers Association, the Association for the development and education of roads and mobility assistance (ADER mobilité), the Association for the safeguarding of childhood and adolescence in Corrèze (ASEAC), the Don Bosco Institute, Forum Réfugiés COSI, Maitrise de la Langue et Aide Personnalisée (MLAP), A tout venant - Ressourcerie gaillarde and Viltaïs. By virtue of the complementary expertise provided by these associations, they are able to respond effectively to the needs of the people supported in this pilot project.
Observatoire de l’immigration et de l’asile
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