Funders and Projects
projects and partners
Title: Revitalization of the integration process of foreigners from Brasov county
About the project: The project aims to improve and increase the quality of information and counseling services of our center, modernize the Information Point for foreigners opened in 2014 at the Immigration Service in Brasov County, increase the capacity of immigrants by learning Romanian, develop self-help initiatives and socio-cultural activities for migrants, advocacy actions for authorities, public institutions and the private sector for the socio-economic inclusion of immigrants and organizational development activities of the association.
Financing line: EEA and Norwegian Grants 2014-2021 through the ACTIVE CITIZENS FUND Romania program
Call # 7 – Advocacy actions for the social inclusion of vulnerable groups
Budget: € 146,131.04
Duration: 24 months (March 2021- February 2023)
Partner: Romanian National Council for Refugees
Title: EMPATHY – Empowering Migrants Promoting Inclusion via Capacity Building and Communities Engagement
About the project: https://www.empathy-project.net/
EMPATHY aims to support the prevention of instances and attitudes of racism, xenophobia and intolerance through a full package of orientation, integration and inclusion measures based on non-formal education methods, leading to empathic attitudes of EU citizens towards diversity in general.
The EMPATHY model will spread the “Empathy Revolution”, through a series of offline and online activities focused on stimulating creative, cultural, and social innovation approaches to fighting racism, xenophobia, and intolerance.
Call: Erasmus+ KA3, Social inclusion, and common values: the contribution in the field of education and training
Budget: 495,951.00 €
Duration: 24 Months (January 2021-December 2022)
Pro Arbeit (Germany)
Migrant Integration Centre Brasov (Romania)
Asociacion Babelia (Spain)
Fondazione Empatia (Italy)
Our centre is a partner in the project called “The Romanian Center for Research on Migration and Social Inclusion – CRCMIS (2020 – 2022)” developed in partnership with the Romanian Center for Comparative Migration Studies (CSCM) within the Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj and the League for the Defense of Human Rights (LADO), Cluj branch. The project is funded by the National Program – The Fund for Asylum, Migration, and Integration (FAMI / 19.03.01.01.)
The purpose of this project is to develop a conceptual framework for documenting, informing, and research tools for the study of the migrant integration processes in Romania by establishing the Romanian Center for Research on Migration and Social Integration
2019 and 2021
Brașov Multicultural Day – a project funded by The City Hall of Brașov, through the Cultural Projects funding line.
The City Hall of Brașov supported the organizing of the seventh edition of Brașov Multicultural Day festival in the Council Square (Piața Sfatului) of Brașov.
The purpose of the festival is to promote and to encourage intercultural dialogue, communication, and cooperation among people from different cultures and to promote tolerance.
INTERACT Plus – Integrated Services for Migrants, Social and Intercultural Dialogue.” The aim of the project is to contribute to a better socio-economic and cultural integration in the Romanian society of migrants (beneficiaries of international protection – BIP and third-country nationals – TCN) from Region 1. This is done through comprehensive and coherent integration services, migrant training, diversification of opportunities for accessing the Romanian labor market, and intercultural dialogue with the host society. The project was funded by the National Program – The Fund for Asylum, Migration, and Integration.
May- July 2017
STARRT I – Services for transfer and assistance for refugees resettled from Turkey”
The aim of the project was to support the Romanian state in its effort to provide a humanitarian and political response in solidarity with countries of first asylum, in the context of the protracted conflict in Syria and the humanitarian crisis it triggered. The project has contributed to the consolidation of long-lasting solutions for people in clear need of international protection. As a result, the safe transfer from Turkey to Romania of twenty Syrian refugees was facilitated, and their integration process in Romania was initiated.
INTERACT- Integrated Services for Migrants, Social and Multicultural dialogue” – project funded by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) – the Office in Romania, in partnership with the Ecumenical Association of Romanian Churches – AIDRom, Schottener Social Services Foundation, Global Help Craiova Association and The National Association of Romanian Exporters and Importers, through the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.
National Coordination of the Action for Integration of Third-Country Nationals (TCN) in Romania” – a project funded by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Office in Romania, in partnership with APEL Service Association, through the European Fund for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals, Annual Program 2012 – 2015.
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