Malta Migration Meeting: on the temporary relocation and disembarkation of asylum-seekers23 September 2019
Workshop “From latent potential to visible resource: soft skills related to the migration background”10 October 2019
The qualitative research carrying out during the implementation of the SWIM project (SWIM – Safe Women in Migration. Strengthen GBV protection for migrant and asylum seeker women) includes 50 semi-structured interviews to the managers of the reception centres in the partner countries (8 interviews administrated in Great Britain, 10 in Sweden, 10 in France, 5 in Romania, 17 in Italy).
The principal aims of the qualitative research are to collect information on the good practices for preventing and care refugees and asylum seekers women, victims of violence, and also to collect the training needs of the reception centres staff, in order to build the contents and modules of the training course of the SWIM project.
The analysis of the interviews highlights some principal issues such as: a) characteristics of the users of the reception centres; b) the organisation of the staff and procedures for taking care of women suffering GBV and survivors; c) measures to prevent GBV in reception centres and everywhere; d) the foreign languages request to the staff; e) the training courses offered by the reception organisation and f) the training needs of operators, professional and managers working with migrant women, asylum seekers and refugees.
Autore: Lia Lombardi (ed.)
Year: September 2019
Editor: Fondazione ISMU