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Social Inclusion of Immigrants – Tools

Social Inclusion of Immigrants – Tools

  • Training and Workshop as non formal education for social inclusionBook
  • Human Rights and Social InclusionBook

The main objectives of course are:

To understand the current situation in Europe regarding the immigration crisis Get to know useful information and tools for social inclusion of young immigrant and other disadvantaged groups.

After studying the training material the trainee should be able to

  • Know how to use non-formal education and social media for social inclusion
  • Know how to move and use the network
  • Become self-aware about human rights

They will develop the following skills:

  • Cooperation skills
  • Social media skills
  • Independent research
  • Interactive social skills
  • Trouble resolving skills


TThe e-learning material have been developed from two participants from Italy called Mariem Stefania Corso and Viola Ottino.

Mariem Corso

Is 27 years old, Italian but with immigration background, as her mother came in Italy from Egypt. Born in Milano, for studying she decided to go in Venice where she is living for about 7 years, while she was doing some experiences abroad, in particular in Japan as a volunteer, and in Germany as a student, and always doing different kind of part-time jobs and being involved in social field. She had the master degree in Anthropology studies and after one year she decided to get a postgraduate course in Immigration field and to have and internship in the Sprar in Venice (protection system for refugees and asylum seeker), the field in which she would like to work as social worker. Email:

Viola Ottino

Is 25 years old and she lives in Turin. She had the master degree in a French Italian double degree in Modern Cultures and Literatures. She has studied two years in France, in Paris and in Chambéry where she had an internship in a literary festival. Since high school, she is volunteer and educator in anti-mafia association. She is attending a journalism school. She is involved in education fields, social issues and cultural matters and events. She would like to work as a teacher in Italian school with specialization for teaching Italian as a second language. Email:

Target Groups

Course Units

The educational material has been developed at the context of the program “Dental Hygienist: European Training Platform for Oral Health”.

  • Introduction
  • Information about the program, the current situation in Europe about the immigrants, terms.

  • Icebreaker
  • Starting Interview - Open question to the reader.

  • Part 1
  • Non-formal education, useful languages, training and workshop as non-formal education fro social inclusion.

  • Part 2
  • How to use social media and network as tools for social inclusion.

  • Part 3
  • Human rights.

  • Final Interview and Feedback
  • Feedback.

  • Useful links and Bibliography
  • Useful links that can be used for further information.