AVIK is about…
Social integration, expansion and fortification of expertises represent the project’s priorities. Its aim is it to integrate migrants, refugees, persons applying for asyulm and people in precarious situations, thus to reach the aim of inclusion.
Context of AVIK
– Social integration is a process in a society as a whole so that it depends especially on one another’s sympathy as well as on an open attitude towards the non-native population.
– The process of integration is made up of convergence, debate and communication as well as the discover of similarities and differences and the adoption of a collaborative responsibilty on the native and non-native section.
Find out our training and learning opportunities to improve the inclusion policies in your organisation
Web-based seminar, a webinar is a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted over the Web using video conferencing …Learn More
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For who is AVIK?
1. audience are refugees, migrants, asylum seekers and people in precarious situations (e.g. at risk of poverty) -> the aim is a social and economic improvement
2. audience are coaches and social workers which are going to work with the first audience; the concepts include an educational use for coaching and teaching socially and economically deprived humans
Dinner Club: a place of intercultural and interreligious encounter with a diversified framework programme, art exhibitions and live music a) …
Diversonopoly: encouragment of intercultural communication and mutual understanding between the native and non-native population for Diversonopoly: – encouragment of intercultural …
New Start: educational material, which conveys European values such as liberty, equality, tolerance and civil rights for mutual understanding for …
Social inclusion is a process in a society as a whole so that it depends especially on one another’s sympathy …
Social inclusion has been talked about in many different ways around the world. The concept has been used in a variety of settings to support a range of population groups. This website is primarily based on the concept of social inclusion as it was developed by the AVIK project, an European partnership that works to support the creation and sustainability of inclusive communities.
In a socially inclusive community, residents have opportunities to participate fully in the social, economic and cultural life of their community. Social inclusion policies facilitate access to employment, education, health, housing and democratic processes. These socially inclusive policies create health and wellbeing for individuals by creating a supportive communityDamian Ferrie, 2008
A socially inclusive society is defined as one where all people feel valued, their differences are respected, and their basic needs are met so they can live in dignityDavid Cappo, 2002
Inclusion is messy. It is about constant vigilance, constant negotiation, learning to deal with diversity, questioning things we take for granted… It is not about bringing outsiders into the existing mainstream culture—it is about creating a new and negotiated culture together.Uzma Shakir, 2004
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