ePractice Cultural Diversity Workshop on Understanding the Role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the Integration of Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities (IEM), Brussels, 23 November 2010
- Authors: Gabriel Rissola, Clara Centeno, and the ePractice Communication Team
- EUR Number: Technical Note: JRC66147
- Publication date: 9/2011
This report reflects the presentations, discussions and conclusions of a workshop on "The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in the Integration of Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities." It was held in Brussels on 23 November 2010 in the context of the ePractice Cultural Diversity Community. Its purpose was to identify good practices in the area of ICT-enabled or supported IEM participation in lifelong learning, and to improve employability (including entrepreneurship) and social integration. Each topic was addressed considering access by IEM and identification of their needs; empowerment of IEM through ICT; impact measurement aspects and appropriate methodologies/tools (i.e. what is measured and how).
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