The Future path project strengthens the entrepreneurial skills of asylum seekers
The one-year pilot project is funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) and EU Home Affairs Fund.
Educational paths aiming at employment are available to immigrants with a residence permit, but those whose application has been rejected also need support and education. Measures that boost asylum seekers’ opportunities regarding future career options and sustainable livelihood in their home country might encourage them to return voluntarily.
The Future path project strengthens the participants’ belief in the foundations of sustainable livelihood and the chain of voluntary support services. Future path is a one-year pilot project (1 August 2019–31 July 2020) funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF), and EU Home Affairs Fund.
The project’s goal is to develop and provide an educational module for the development of entrepreneurial competence, focusing on the special features of the Iraqi markets and society. Iraqi asylum seekers form the target group of the pilot project.