Collaboration through Erasmus+ alliances

The European MigraCode network is made possible by the support of the European Union. Through Erasmus+ funding and project support, we have brought together already more than 10 partners from various EU countries.

More specifically, so far, we have been able to work together through Key Action 2 Partnerships, which are – quoting from the EU – focussed on ‘Cooperation among organisations and institutions’.

Further on this page, we keep track which current active and previous Key Action 2 Partnerships are making the European MigraCode Network possible, including each participating organisation and the main objectives.

MigraCode Key Action 2 Partnerships (Erasmus+)

MIGRACODE I


BARCELONA, SPAIN
2018-3-ES02-KA205-012299
START IN 2019, 24 MONTHS

Acceleration of labour market integration of third country nationals through digital competencies

The start of the European MigraCode Network, with a main objective of building and running a code school for refugees and migrants in Barcelona, Spain, based on the work done by Hack Your Future in Nortern Europe and Social Hackers Academy in Athens, Greece.

MIGRACODE II


ZAGREB, CROATIA
2019-3-HR01-KA205-077039
START IN 2020, 24 MONTHS

Empowering youth workers in digital schools for refugees, asylum seeking and migrant youth and preventing drop out

A further continouation of the MigraCode European Network with new partners and renewed objectives. This alliance aims to support youth workers with their work, while it also focusses on preventing drop-outs in the various code schools.

MIGRACODE III


ATHENS, GREECE
2020-X-XXXX-KA2XX-XXXXXX
START IN 2021, 24 MONTHS

Acceleration of refugees’ labor insertion
& social integration in Greece

To promote further collaboration and involve new organisations from new parts of Europe, another highly-promosing EU collaboration was started. This time, the focus is on further developing shared events and awareness raising campaigns.

MIGRACODE IV


STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
2020-3-SE02-KA205-003009
START IN 2021, 24 MONTHS

Enabling refugees/migrants’ inclusion, through non-formal digital competences & employability skills’ nurturing

To strengthen the existing collaboration and set coding schools in more European countries. The focus is on increasing employability of the target group and developing key employability competencies.

Interested in working together on a new Key Action 2 collaboration?