Regin Guidelines Training


Module 1

Workload: 55'

Main theme: Social intervention: Introduction to the basics. Reception interculturality & social integration


Introduction to basic concepts of «social intervention» with migrants. Intercultural competences in the management of diversity. Recognize the benefits of diversity.

Principles and values of the intervention:

  • Models of citizenship and Cultural diversity
  • European and Regional Legal frame.
  • Interculturality &gender perspective
  • Interculturality &linguistic diversity
  • Interculturality& Social rights: education, healthcare access, work & Housing
  • Interculturality & inequities: civic stratification
  • Full citizenship, Inclusion and Social Integration
  • New frames and models: Policies of belonging
  • Good practices in Europe

It´s recommended that the trainer(s)/facilitator(s) reflects the diversity. Language skills and/or migration background can ease accessibility to the trainer(s)/facilitator(s). However, a professional background as a social worker and the availability of interpreters can also help provide high quality counselling.

Computers with internet connection. Posters, cards and makers.

Each session will be divided in 4 main parts:

  1. Opening part to build-up the group (5´).
  2. Explanation of Theorical Framework (15´).
  3. Practical Exercise (individual and group sharing):15´
  4. Roadmap to inclusion (20´).

The methodology will be eminently practical. All modules will include a practical exercise and a roadmap to inclusion. In the complementary material you can find the theoretical notions for the knowledge of the concepts.

The trainer(s) / facilitator(s) will give a short introduction (5´) on the key questions and an explanation of the theorical framework. Then, they have to do an individual exercise and share it in the group. This will lead to a road map to inclusion:

  • New ideas on how to address the identified challenges
  • Psychological factor: address possible ways on how to enhance their self-esteem and become familiar with the regulations, culture and customs of the destination country.
  • Education: Educational opportunities for migrants and refugees, language trainings etc.
  • Job Orientation: How the market works, job seeking techniques

The trainer / facilitator, together with a person designated by the group, should take note of the main reflections to be able to present them at the round table at the end of the modules.

Would you dare to question who you really are?

Watch the video. After watching it ask the participants to take a brief tour of their family DNA and share it with the group.

After each module, the participants will dedicate 5 minutes to its evaluation. It is more efficient to do so than to leave a last 20 minute module for evaluation. Since doing it module by module you can get more responses from the participants in it (leaving it for the end there may be people or not all the modest people who leave before). The evaluation will be done through an online questionnaire available at


Introduction to basic concepts of «social intervention» with migrants.



Intercultural competences in the management of diversity. Recognize the benefits of diversity.



Complementary materials (other languages)