GENERAL INFORMATION

PROGRAMME: SeHeMe

ACRONYM: See Me, Hear Me

PROJECT NUMBER: 2022-1-PT02-KA220-YOU-000087351

DURATION: 01/11/2022 – 31/10/2024

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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GENERAL INFORMATION

PROGRAMME: SeHeMe

ACRONYM: See Me, Hear Me

PROJECT NUMBER: 2022-1-PT02-KA220-YOU-000087351

DURATION: 01/11/2022 – 31/10/2024

Summary:

The motivation for SeHeMe project derived from the difficulties, which young migrants and refugees face during their attempt to get integrated into the society of the host country. The SeHeMe project is a 24months initiative fostering synergies in 6 countries (Portugal, Spain, Ireland, Cyprus, Greece and Tunisia) aiming to ease young migrants and refugee’s integration into the society of the host country by making their voice heard. It seeks to help this process by providing the target group with a media voice. More specifically, it will offer language and media literacy training to youth newcomers (refugees, asylum seekers and migrants) recently settled in host countries. This will be accomplished through the establishment of an online magazine run entirely by migrants and refugees supported by language learning and media literacy tools tailored to their educational needs.

Objectives:

  • To provide language and media literacy education simultaneously to young immigrants and newly arrived young immigrants in a host country.
  • To ease young immigrants’ integration into

Partners

  • Universidade Lusófona – Portugal

  • Eurospeak Ireland – Ireland
  • E-SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL GROUP – Greece

  • RESET – Cyprus
  • PADIL – Tunisia

  • Defoin – Spain

Project Updates

SeHeMe 3rd Leaflet

March 20th, 2024|

SeHeMe project aims to aims to provide young migrants and refugees with a media voice. More specifically, it aims to offer language and media literacy training to youthnewcomers (refugees, asylum seekers and migrants) recently [...]