150 people participate in the new pilots of NADINE: Digital solutions to integrate refugees, asylum seekers and migrants
The consortium that integrates the European project NADINE, an integrated digital social support system for migrants and refugees, is launching the third pilot initiative in Spain, Belgium and Greece, in which 150 people will be participating, including vulnerable migrants, recognized refugees, asylum seekers and representatives of local NGOs and host authorities.
The members of the NADINE consortium in the three pre-selected sites for the tests, Caritas Hellas, Odyssea, VVA and Fundación Cibervoluntarios, will facilitate the testing and subsequent evaluation on the functionality of the NADINE platform. To this end, each partner has contacted different organizations in their country so that they, together with the users of the NADINE platform, can participate in the evaluation through workshops. Thanks to two decades of experience collaborating with hundreds of institutions, NGOs and companies, Cibervoluntarios is leading the pilots of the NADINE platform in Spain. Numerous organizations and entities such as AMIC, Asole, CEPAIM, Málaga Acoge, Conexión Creando Puentes or the Municipal Institute of Social Services of Elda, among others, will participate of this new pilots phase to test the different elements composing this tool:
- Skills assessment, through games or questionnaires, based on which employment and training recommendations are made.
- Creation of an interactive resume adaptable to job offers in which work experience, education, languages and digital skills can be added.
- App to assess languages (English, French, Spanish and Greek) in the case of not having official certificates and to improve the languages being learned
- Chatbot and FAQ answering questions related to health, permits, work, housing, education and academic recognition.
NADINE is a European innovation project, funded by Horizon 2020, coordinated by Script&Go, and involving a total of 13 partners, including Intrasoft International, Aspire-igen, VVA, ISON Psychometrica, Pluriversum, JCP Connect, CERTH, University of Rennes, Odyssea, Caritas Hellas, Fundación Cibervoluntarios and Learn&Go.
NADINE aims to create an adaptable tool capable of providing functionalities for the assessment of personal skills; to create adapted training programs or to provide a digital companion to accompany users in administrative tasks.