MINGLE (contract)

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MINGLE (MIgrant Language and SociaL Integration) is a project co-funded by the LifeLong Learning Programme of the European Union, and is conceived as a way of integrating migrants into society and particularly the workforce of the receiving country. The target groups are migrants from Romania and Bulgaria to Italy, Greece and Cyprus, respectively. Learning the language of the host country will help the target groups to secure a relevant job and very importantly facilitate their integration into the new country of residence and workplace.

Formal Project Description
Contract Title MIgrant Language and SociaL Integration
Project Acronym MINGLE
Lead Partner EXODUS SA.
Agreement n° 527834-llp-1-2012-1-GR-GRUNDTVIG-GMP
Partners The Cognitive Neuroscience and Technology Instittute(Cyprus), KMOP (Greece), UoP, University of Peloponnese (Greece), ANS, Anziani e non solo soc. Coop (Italy).
Countries of the action Greece, Cyprus, Italy
Cost of Action 399.851,00
Grant 299.888,00
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Website under construction
Overall objective(s)
The project’s main goal is to enhance migrants’ quality of life and facilitate their integration to local society by improving their access to language training courses and other guidance and counselling material. Such marginalised social groups will be therefore assisted to become active members of the receiving society