Mother Tongue in social intervention

  • Bertran Tarres, Marta (Principal Investigator)
  • Girós Calpe, Roser (Principal Investigator 2)
  • Noriega Morcillo, Samaria (Others)
  • López Arranz, Mireia (Others)
  • Tomàs Riudor, Rut (Others)
  • Serrano Abadin, Carlos (Others)
  • Oleart, Estel (Others)

Project Details

Description

The LAMMATIS project aims to promote the inclusion of migrants and ensure the recognition of their cultural diversity within
the three partner countries. The recognition of language skills is essential for the autonomy, equal opportunities and quality
of life of migrants, by professionals, social workers and more broadly the host societies concerned.
1 Setting up a local network and running a local technical committee
2 Preparation of student mobility and implementation of mobility
3 Preparation of the study, action research tools, data processing, analysis and conclusion.
4 Dissemination and communication
1-Tools for collecting objective data around the consideration of mother tongues.
2-Synthesis of the existing communication strategies of the professionals and agents of the territory towards the migrants.
3-Executive report of results (study report?) from the questionnaires made in the 4 territories.
4-Student training - A teaching unit and 5 study synthesis notes produced by the students to be defended before a jury as part of the final certification.
Short titleLAMMATIS
AcronymLAMMATIS
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/09/2229/02/24

Collaborative partners

  • Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)
  • Association pour la Formation en Milieu Rural - AFMR (lead)
  • POLARIS Formation
  • Polytechnic Institute of Viseu
  • Cooperativa de Ensino Superior de Servicio Social (ISSSP)

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