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Monday 9th of December 2019

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May 2012 - October 2013 - European Union Immigration, Rights

The situation faced by unaccompanied minors throughout Europe is a growing concern for a great number of NGOs working with and for children. In this precise case, the Net for U project aims at improving the integration of unaccompanied foreign minors. To this extent, the diverse partners involved in this project are determined to define an effective multidimensional intervention Program.

The latter relies on the achievement of several objectives, which are the following: the elaboration of a knowledge-based intervention model to improve helpful practices both of ongoing special assessment and of family tracing procedures; the development and fostering of appropriate opportunities of training and education, of social and leisure activities, and of an active participation in cultural life for the children concerned; the creation of a permanent transnational cooperation within professionals, stakeholders, social workers and all other figures who work and are dedicated to the rights and well-being of unaccompanied foreign minors.

These objectives will concretely take the form of several outputs such as a Toolkit detailing the special procedures linked to assessment and family tracing; an Intervention Manual to help professionals create individualized programmes for the concerned minors; and Guidelines, which will act as the founding document of a permanent network (NET FORUm) fostering a cooperative strategy between organisations and stakeholders working at a local, national and international level.

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