The Community of Interests of the LIME project
The LIME Consortium commits itself to foster the involvement of stakeholders in the project activities and to guarantee the sustainability of the results through the creation of a Community of Interest (CoI).
This network of contacts will be composed of employers’ associations, vocational training
providers, employment services, protection systems for asylum seekers and refugees (SPRAR),
local authorities, enterprises, CoCs, Municipalities, universities and research institutes and
other civil society organisations.
CoI representatives will be invited to follow the activities of the LIME project by subscribing
to the newsletter and promoting the dissemination of actions of interest.
In addition, COI actors will be invited to collaborate on mapping and sharing existing good
practices on networking and job placement of young migrants.
Your participation and support are important for the achievement of the project’s objectives.
We invite you to join the Community of Interest by reading and signing the Partnership Agreement which explains the LIME project in details and the opportunity you can access by joining the CoI:
- Subscribe to the newsletter (8 newsletters will be published from September 2019 to December 2020 during the 2 years of implementation of the project);
- Collaborate with LUMSA University for the sharing of good practices and for the standardization of the model Migrants’ Economic Integration Cluster – MEIC. Specifically, to participate in research activities (focus groups, interviews and questionnaires) that allow the collection of information essential to the standardization of this model;
- Contribute to the dissemination and promotion of the project, the MEIC model and the recommendation document through the main communication channels of the organisation/body.