Acknowledgement of Initiatives of Change on Commonwealth Education Hub

Migrants and refugees as rebuilders logo

Initiatives of Change in the UK is the lead coordinator in a new three-year Erasmus+ project that has been announced to improve the training of migrants and refugees through adult education. Migrants and Refugees as Re-Builders (KA2 Cross-borders Intercultural and Societal Entrepreneurs) is a partnership of organisations from the UK, Turkey, Sweden and Spain who are developing innovative training responses to support migrants and refugees from the Horn of Africa, the Middle East, Magreb and Latin America. The project is aimed at supporting adult educators of migrants and refugees in settling into their new communities, re-building their lives, and eventually contributing to the development of their home countries.

Migrants and Refugees as Re-Builders

Migrants and Refugees as Re-Builders

A new three-year Erasmus+ project has been announced to improve the training of migrants and refugees through adult education.

Refugees as Rebuilders

UK resident Hassan Hassan giving leadership training in Mogadishu

You are warmly invited to this foundation stage of Refugees as Rebuilders. Enrol now to take part in the Foundation Course for refugee communities and diaspora originating from the Horn of Africa.

Refugees as Re-Builders

UK resident Hassan Hassan giving leadership training in Mogadishu

You are warmly invited to this foundation stage of Refugees as Re-Builders. Enroll now to take part in the Foundation Course for refugee communities and diaspora originating from the Horn of Africa.

Confidence, communication key elements at Horn of Africa leadership training

Participants at the Leadership for Change workshop

Heads of non-governmental organisations, community leaders, a senior diplomat and student leaders from Somali, Eritrean and Ethiopian communities in Britain were among those who participated in an effective leadership for change training programme, between 20 October and 19 November.

Kicking the Self-Blame Habit

Sunrise in Fiji

For the first time I recognised my addiction, the constant habit of blaming myself because of my inadequacies.