This year, EAEA’s Grundvig Awards prioritized the issue of Adult Education and Refugees. The winner of the best international project, St. Andrew’s Refugee Services (StARS) in Egypt offers adult and children education, psychosocial services and legal assistance for refugees. The winner of the best European project, TLC Pack from VHS Cham in Germany, focuses on developing occupational specific, language resources to support migrants already working – or aspiring to work – in the care giving sector. Finally, the Integration and Development Center for Information and Research (IDCIR) in Ukraine was awarded the best national project. The project “From Destruction to Creation. Ways of Reconciliation in the Ukrainian Society” aimed at promoting a culture of open dialogue among target groups, mainly internally displaced persons from occupied Crimea and armed conflict territories of Donbass and Luhansk.
EAEA Grundvig Awards 2016
From the network - 7th July 2016