CiSoTRA Declaration

Key information about the project CiSoTRA

  • The project partners from Slovenia, Italy, Greece, Germany and Turkey.
  • The consortium jointly developed and implemented an innovative methodology to foster the social inclusion of unaccompanied minors in transition to early adulthood (through holistic support networks, which facilitate the transition from the youth support and education system to the adult education and employment system).
  • The main activities: initial study – applied research on the situation, national seminars, ECTS courses, short trainings for professionals, workshops for UAM and young adults, the Model of better social inclusion, Monograph book.
  • The project involved around 300 professionals from the area of education, labour market, social care, health, security, 200 UAM and young migrants, 60 policy officers and decision-makers, and 800 other (different) stakeholders.

CiSoTRA achievements

  • Comparative initial research on the legal and social situation of young refugees in the partner countries and collection of more than 50 good practices.
  • Development of a model of coordination of actors for better social inclusion of migrants in transition to adulthood.
  • Development of on-line trainings for professionals (4 ECTS courses and 15 short trainings).
  • Monograph book.
  • Recommendations for professionals to support better social inclusion of UAM in transition to adulthood, with a focus on the needs of UAM and training for professionals that work with them.

CiSoTRA Partners' commitment to support project results and their sustainability

  • Partners will foster discussion on the Model of better social inclusion at the national/regional level to find a coordinator in a specific environment.
  • Partners will promote the E-platform with online ECTS courses and short online trainings, particularly among stakeholders, and providers of trainings for professionals, to contribute to an increased level of knowledge, awareness-raising and networking.
  • Partners will organise trainings and discussions on the topic of UAM in transition to adulthood also in the future (dissemination events).
  • HE education institutions will use courses and training materials developed in the project within courses at their institutions – courses will be run internationally.
  • Through project outputs and sustainability strategy, partners of CiSoTRA (institutions and experts) remain available to support the professionals working with UAM in transition to adulthood in home countries. With those approaches, we also aim to contribute to the EU Action Plan on Integration and Inclusion (2021-2027).

CiSoTRA policy recommendations on working with migrants in transition to adulthood

Local level

National level

European/international level

In addition, some national specifics stand out: