LEI (Language, Environment, Inclusion)
A Lei is the flower garland that it is customary for visitors to Hawaii to receive as a gesture of welcome on their arrival.
The LEI project aims to improve how marginalised young people, specifically refugees and asylum-seekers, young people at risk of early school leaving and students who experience disadvantage, are welcomed in the school institutions.
Project LEI will contribute to these priorities by developing a dynamic platform that will support, encourage and enable more effective engagement from all stakeholders involved in supporting the inclusion of refugees and disadvantaged students in the school system.
Education or Employment Pathway?
Assessing the young person's needs and ascertaining if education or employment is the best option and providing each young person the support they need.
The primary target groups are teachers and trainers of the II and III school levels; then, for some of the LEI tools, the primary target includes also government agencies, public services practitioners and advisers who work with refugees/asylum seekers.
The long-term beneficiaries of the LEI project are refugees/asylum seekers and young people at risk of early school leaving The project activity will involve several stakeholder groups:
At the end of LEI project the tools produced by the partnership will offer to the primary target groups and to the final beneficiaries an integrated package of active measures that will firstly realise the following actions: