Curing the Limbo was an Urban Innovative Actions-funded pilot to develop a trajectory for refugees to find their new home through education, employment and access to housing. The project brought together the aspects of education, employment, housing and community involvement, by developing synergies between these – otherwise often disconnected – fields.
Curing the Limbo offered the programme’s beneficiaries a trajectory to go through different stages of integration: by learning the language, acquiring skills to get a job, developing a know-how of finding and inhabiting an apartment, and getting involved in community initiatives in the neighbourhood they live in, refugees had the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the most important elements of Athenian society. In this sixth and last journal, UIA expert Levente Polyák looks at the impact, sustainability and legacy of Curing the Limbo.
Read the Journal here.