Empowering Migrants for Employment EME

Empowering Migrants for Employment EME aims to enhance the employment of migrants. During the project we want to find effective common practices and working methods to recognize the skills and the potential of immigrants. The best practices are evaluated, tested and documented in a method book.

The project is carried out by four organizations in three countries: EVA vzw in Belgium, Työväen Sivistysliitto TSL / Workers' Educational Association WEA of Finland, and Arbetarnas Bildningsförbund and Piteå Municipality in Sweden. 

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News

New EME blog post: Another country, the same barriers?

During our three-day seminar in Piteå in May the EME project participants got an overview of the migration situation in the North of Sweden. We were introduced to several good practices and methods…

New EME blog post: Diversity works - day-care centre in Brussels sets a good example

Elmer, a day-care centre in Brussels, shows us that diversity at the workplace works. Elmer has a diverse, multi-lingual workforce with varying ethnic backgrounds. EME project members visited Elmer in…

Reflection of the transnational meeting in Piteå on TSL's blog

Project Manager Lilli Rasilainen and Project Communications Assistant Heli Katainen discuss the content of the transnational meeting in Northern Sweden and what was inspiring about the good practices…

Information of the project and the transnational meeting in Piteå on Piteå's website

Linda Stenström from Piteå Municipality commented that the transnational conference is a way of sharing our experiences of empowering and enhancing the employment of immigrants. The goal of the…

New EME blog post: Evaluating the joint learning process in Brussels

Tampere University has a key role in the EME project as an evaluator of the joint learning processes of the transnational partners and of the best practices shared in the project. On EME blog they…

First EME blog post: Superdiversity in Brussels

During our three-day project kick-off seminar in Brussels in December 2018, we got a glimpse of the superdiverse reality of Brussels in terms of among others, demography, employment, day-care and elderly housing solutions.