|Webinars about studying and working abroad and other social integration issues
|A new methodology is developed and applied comprising by analysis at European level, Think tank, interviews, Questionnaires etc
|Research models and methods
|Results from the >100 Questionnaires are already an important product, useful for the ministry, various funding mechanisms and other related EU and national projects
|Report giving guidelines and recommendations to organize and plan the seminars
|Refugees hosting procedures
|Report giving the necessary steps to host refugees scientists
|Seminars for refugees
|A serious of seminars are organized at the UAeg premises and each seminar topic is accompanied by the educational material
|The first chapter of the electronic book is already available on the internet with the subject “study in EU” in English, Farsi and Arabic
|Courses of basic English and German in section B of the Moria camp
|Other potentially transferable models elaborated under the SCIREA project concern the organization of communication and education events with a strong symbolic potential, able to promote the image of women researchers/scientists within the camps. We organize evening’s courses of basic English and German inside the section B of Moria camp. The instructors are women refugees that are scientists or researchers.
|Models of communication end education events
|The website is a strong communication tool of the project. http://scirea.aegean.gr/index.php
|This article critically examines the adaptation of the Greek schooling system and the planning of the higher education sector of Greece to accept and integrate refugees through the case study of the University of the Aegean (UAeg). It is a study submitted to the Social Sciences Journal of MDPI
|SCIREA project activities
|SCIREA project activities are presented in several events and conferences such as the inHERE Final Conference 19 September 2018
|Poster in conferences
Webinar No1 (June 11, 2019, at 14:00 pm, UTC) - "The European Asylum system and the Italian experience” (with Mr. Enrico Di Pasquale, Fondazione Leone Moressa): This webinar was aimed at: a) providing information about the European Asylum system and the European Agenda on migration and b) presenting the Italian experience with regard to the reception and integration of refugees.
Webinar No2 (June 18, 2019, at 13:00 pm, UTC) - "Greek language courses at the University of the Aegean” (with Mrs. Argiro Diliou, University of the Aegean): This webinar was aimed at providing information with regard to the attendance of courses offered by the University of the Aegean on learning Modern Greek language, as well as to the organization of classes for both absolute beginners and more advanced speakers.
Picture 1. Webinar about Greek language courses
Webinar No3 (July 2, 2019, at 14:30 pm, UTC) - "How to create a CV” (with Ms. Maryam Shayestefar, University of the Aegean): This webinar was aimed at: a) explaining what is a CV and how important is to have a well-formed CV, b) describing the content of a CV and the type of information need to be included in a CV, c) mentioning some key points that lead to a better CV, and d) providing some sample models in the internet that can be used for CV creation.
Picture 2. Webinar about how to create a CV
Webinar No4 (July 11, 2019, at 15:30 pm, UTC) - “Moria camp and the “sea” of pollution” (with Ms. Shiza Aslan, University of the Aegean): This webinar was aimed at: a) presenting the unpleasant conditions observed on Moria Camp due to overflowing waste and inadequate waste management, and warning people about the serious threat of these conditions on both public health and the environment and b) raising environmental awareness among the refugees and providing information on proper and safe waste disposal.
Webinar No5 (July 16, 2019, at 14:30 pm, UTC) - "How to find a job in Europe” (with Ms. Maryam Shayestefar, University of the Aegean): This webinar was aimed at: a) giving some tips to everyone who wants to find a job in Europe, b) providing information on how to search for a job in Europe (i.e. using active internet portals, newspapers, or local employment agencies), and c) presenting two well-known and widely used internet portals (EURES, EURAXESS) and explaining how to use them in order to find the appropriate job.
Picture 3. Webinar about how to find a job in Europe
Fondazione Leone Moressa designed a methodology for the sample survey aimed at analyzing presence and educational needs of highly skilled refugees in Aegean islands. Ethnographic research includes: (a) analysis at European level (b) Quantitative studies; (c ) Questionnaires in Arabic, English, Farci and French in hard copies or web link; (d) the explanatory qualitative study included 10 in-depth interviews with refugees and (e) Think Tank.
A Questionnaire was designed to investigate the special training needs of refugee scientists. The Questionnaire is translated in Arabic, English, Farci and French and is distributed in hard copies or can be filled on-line via the web link: Questionnaire
A descriptive study of the Schooling and Higher Education reforms to respond to the refugee’s fluxes in Greece, Author: Ourania Tzoraki, University of the Aegean
This article critically examines the adaptation of the Greek schooling system and the planning of the higher education sector of Greece to accept and integrate refugees through the case study of the University of the Aegean (UAeg). It is a study published to the Social Sciences Journal of MDPI. https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/8/3/72