Social orientation of newly arrived third-country nationals through involvement of local communities, including mentoring and volunteering activities.

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NEAR (NEwly ARrived in a common home) aims at fostering the process of social orientation of newly arrived migrants (adults and minors) during their settlement in the receiving countries. The idea behind the project is to activate a process of mutual trust, knowledge and cross-cultural transfer between migrants and local communities, building a sense of belonging of “a new common home”.

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During our project, the beneficiaries, will participate in activities, promoted in collaboration with the local networks, aimed at the dissemination of environmental education practices and sustainable management of the neighborhoods in which they are resident. The activity, therefore, foresees the active involvement of voluntary associations as well, as a constant safeguard of civil society in the life of neighborhoods and a way for constructing identity and common spaces.

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