About

“Time to be welcome” encourages young volunteers and youth organisations in Europe to support the welcoming of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees and their integration process in both society and their new country through the use of non-formal education and youth work.

The project aims to increase the impact of the youth NGOs and volunteers’ engagement in welcoming migrants while encouraging public opinion in Europe to be more respectful and more open towards migrants. Volunteers are empowered to take action in contributing to welcome refugees and newly arrived migrants into refugee camps and other hosting structures and local communities.

In general, the project actively promotes mutual understanding and respect among young people with different ethnic backgrounds with the aim of facilitating intercultural dialogue and learning as well as supporting the inclusion of the newcomers in local European communities. Volunteers are preparing young refugees, who settle in Athens and Paris, for a smooth integration into our European society, as well as helping to prepare local communities to welcome those refugees and new migrants with positivity rather than xenophobia

The project started in December 2016 and will last 24 months until November 2018.  It will involve volunteers from several different countries, volunteering for various durations of time (2 months, 6 months or 12 months).

The project is co-funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus + Programme KA3 – Support for policy reform and Social Inclusion.


Upcoming Events

  1. European Youth Event

    May 30 - June 2
  2. Refugee Day Photo Exhibition Event

    June 20 @ 08:00 - 17:00

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Our Volunteers teaching maths in Mosaico House. In this photo is a son translating for his mother as her daughter sits there and colours in a picture. It’s a great family photo. #scouts #Time2Bwelcome #messengersofpeace #erasmusplus

test Twitter Media - Our Volunteers teaching maths in Mosaico House. In this photo is a son translating for his mother as her daughter sits there and colours in a picture. It’s a great family photo. 

#scouts #Time2Bwelcome #messengersofpeace #erasmusplus https://t.co/tB466gb2Mt

“Running is the greatest metaphor for life. You get out of it what you put into it.” Which is why we encourage our young people to visit the park at least once a week and to enjoy exercising. #time2Bwelcome #erasmusplus #WednesdayWisdom #workout

test Twitter Media - “Running is the greatest metaphor for life. You get out of it what you put into it.” Which is why we encourage our young people to visit the park at least once a week and to enjoy exercising.

#time2Bwelcome #erasmusplus #WednesdayWisdom #workout https://t.co/yY9A2AWT1R

Every week we do our best to prepare young refugees at @HomeProjectOrg & Mosaico House with the life skills they’ll need to follow their dreams & to live successful lives. Here we are teaching maths and computer skills to these lovely young people. #time2Bwelcome #erasmusplus

test Twitter Media - Every week we do our best to prepare young refugees at @HomeProjectOrg & Mosaico House with the life skills they’ll need to follow their dreams & to live successful lives. Here we are teaching maths and computer skills to these lovely young people.

#time2Bwelcome #erasmusplus https://t.co/KzW46k02JJ
test Twitter Media - Every week we do our best to prepare young refugees at @HomeProjectOrg & Mosaico House with the life skills they’ll need to follow their dreams & to live successful lives. Here we are teaching maths and computer skills to these lovely young people.

#time2Bwelcome #erasmusplus https://t.co/KzW46k02JJ

@DalganPark @ScoutsofGreece @HomeProjectOrg We couldn’t agree more. Thanks again for joining us for our dissemination event 🙂