Yesterday, 20 of September 2021, the “Charity Centre for Refugees” led an information session for 22 youth workers from Denmark, the United Kingdom, Lithuania, Italy, the Republic of Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Romania, and Saint Martin, all of them participants of Erasmus+ Project organized in the Republic of Moldova by the “UK social enterprise Baby People”.

The information session was organized in Vadul lui Voda and aimed at enabling youth workers with knowledge about integration of refugees and asylum-seekers into the Moldovan society though cultural and social activities and sharing best practices in the field of transnational integration of young diaspora through embracing transcultural identity and civil citizenship.

 

Text: Doina Craciun – CCR’s Project Assistant