Working for a Better World: Sustaining Civic Responses to Migration


Working for a Better World (W4BW) is implemented within the framework of ERASMUS and is a Strategic Partnership program in the field of Adult Education. The summary of research activity findings is the first Intellectual Product of the program and summarizes the results of the national reports of the countries participating in the program.

Working for a Better World is implemented within the framework of ERASMUS + and is a Strategic Partnership program in the field of Adult Education. The program is coordinated by a partnership of four organizations, coming from Ireland, Greece, Spain, and Italy.
The W4BW program proposes the development of practices to enhance the resilience of professionals and volunteers working with refugees/asylum seekers/migrants and to encourage the adoption of a work culture that addresses the psychosocial needs of those working in the field. The program will encourage peer learning approaches and will develop educational material that will address the needs of people working in the field.

The summary of research activity findings is the first Intellectual Product of the program and summarizes the results of the national reports of the countries participating in the program, presenting:

-The challenges and obstacles faced by professionals and volunteers in their efforts to serve the specific target population.

-The needs around the psychosocial support of professionals / volunteers.

-The educational needs of the Organizations and Bodies that are active in the reception and / or integration of refugees / asylum seekers / immigrants with the aim of the most effective support of the target population.