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International Conference on Training Career Counsellors for their Work with Refugees

27th August 2019

Berlin, Germany

In late summer 2019, the Erasmus+ funded project „CMinaR - Counselling for Refugee and Migrant Integration into the Labour Market – Development of Courses for Higher Education and Public Employment Services“ will present its results and outcomes.

Our main objective was to enable career counsellors to adapt their competences to the specific needs of refugees seeking orientation and advice for their way into the labour markets and societies of their receiving countries in the EU.

We therefore developed higher education courses for students and practitioners of career counselling in Europe.

On 27 August 2019, we would like to invite you to Berlin to hear and see the course modules we developed, to discuss your views on the topic with the participants of an international conference, and to present your research and work in our poster gallery.

We will also have two presentations, one on the importance of our efforts and one on an important topic we could not integrate in our course modules: the effects of trauma.

As the European Union funds this event, there will be no charge for participating and we will provide a lunch and coffee buffet. Travel and accommodation is not covered. We will gather in the centre of Berlin, in the Federal Press and Information Office.

Please find the agenda and our registration form here below. After the registration, participants will receive a confirmation email from us. 

Conference Languages: English and German simultaneous translation.

If you are looking for accommodation in Berlin here you can find some suggestions.

Deadline for registration to the conference - 16th August.

 

We are looking forward to seeing you in Berlin!

 

Agenda

   
 
Recordings from the conference (Playslist on CMinaR Youtube channel)
PART IPART IIPART IIIPART IVPART VPART VIPART VIIPART VIIIPART IXPART X
 
 
 
Posters from Poster Gallery of Projects (the list of the posters):