NADINE is a three-year Horizon 2020 innovation project which will use cutting edge technology to support the integration of migrants across Europe.
The overall aim of the NADINE project is to harness the potential of open data and artificial intelligence to integrate migrants and refugees into European society more effectively.
This will be achieved through the creation of an innovative ICT solution – a platform that will develop a data bank, including information on jobs and the labour market, a skills assessment tool, information on migrants’ rights and many other useful tools.
This will help migrants and refugees gain a better understanding of the realities and requirements of local labor markets; and will help local authorities and professionals assess the skills of migrants arriving in Europe.
The programme is supported by Caritas Hellas.