The DiverPass project addresses: professionals/educators with various profiles (paid staff/volunteers, in urban/rural territories, with diverse educative background) working with migrants in order to support them in identifying and acquiring key transversal competences and therefore enhance their transition into the labour market Another public gather migrants with various profiles –low & highly qualified (at least a level of education equivalent to the Baccalauréat), male/female, junior/senior (at least 18 years), all types of status- refugees, asylum seekers, economic migrants, family reunification…) to facilitate the Valuing of Prior Learning (VPL) on the basis of their work experience and skills acquired both in their native countries and in the host country.

The main target groups identified by the DiverPass project are:

  • Adult education trainers and counselors working with migrants – including Volunteers and paid staff in NGOs
  • Professionals working in career counseling, education and employment fields with migrants
  • Adult education providers organizations; Social Enterprises; Public and private employment services; professional counseling information services; trade unions, migrants service provider, NGOs.
  • Local governmental institutions and decision makers at local/regional/national level
  • Migrants including Refugees, subsidiary protection holders and asylum seekers,
  • Stakeholder organizations working with education and employment of migrants including refugees.
  • Partner’s network and interested contacts

 Adult educators are one of the primary target group of the project in so far as it relates to the reform of pedagogy and new approaches to teaching and learning.  They will be involved through different channels:

On a local basis- through the  missions locales working with NEET profiles in France, through the Guarantee Youth device in Italy (Rome and the region Latium), through the network of

  • other relevant staff in adult education institutions connected to migrant learners and learners from ethnic minorities (e.g. counsellors, advice and guidance, learning support staff, mentors, administrators, etc.)
  • migrant learners or learners from ethnic minorities
  • policy makers in city halls, regions (in charge of Adult Education)