The "Move and Work" project offers people with disabilities the opportunity to gain practical work experience in other EU
countries in four independent sub-projects:
1. Sub-project: School graduates of the LWL
special schools Irisschule, Martin-Luther-King-Schule, Münsterlandschule and Regenbogenschule
2. Sub-project: School graduates from the Anne Frank Vocational College
3. Sub-project: job-seeking adults from the job centers of the city of Münster and the districts of Borken and Coesfeld
4. Subproject in cooperation with the Multikulturelles Forum e.V.
: Job-seeking youths and young adults from the job centers of the city of Hamm and the district of Unna
Within the framework of a 6 to 9-week stay in Scotland and Turkey, respectively, the participants will not only be trained, but will also be given the opportunity to learn the language of their native country. turkey, the participants will not only expand their technical and foreign language skills, but also their personal and social skills, thus increasing their chances of vocational training and employment.
European partners of the "Move and Work" project are currently
- the Jewel & Esk College in Edinburgh/Scotland,
- the municipality of Çankaya in Ankara/Turkey.
Jewel & Esk College is a public education and training institution for jobs in the service industry, engineering, construction, creative industries and many other fields not far from Edinburgh city center. The college is responsible for providing accommodation and meals for participants, organizing language training, and running work camps or arranging internships.
The municipality of Çankaya is the largest district in the centre of Ankara. The municipality supports the "Move and Work" project in its search for suitable internship companies or institutions in the city of Ankara.
Further contacts exist with cooperation partners in Exeter/England, Zaragoza/Spain and Heraklion/Greece
By organizing workshops with the participation of experts from other EU
countries, the "Move and Work" project also serves to establish and expand network structures in the field of European labor market and inclusion policy.
Source: Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Homepage IdA - Integration through Exchange, http://www.ida.de