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The REFUGIN project focuses on strengthening the role of key civil society actors in the medium to long-term integration of young refugees.


The project aims to improve the integration of young refugees by enhancing the knowledge and skills of education professionals and NGOs working extensively with forcibly displaced youth, as well as by directly empowering young refugees.

REFUGIN is an Erasmus+ project implemented by 9 organizations in 8 countries: Poland, France, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, Serbia, Romania and Moldova.It has established a network linking civil society professionals.  

If you are education professional, NGO practitioner and asylum seeker join the Refugin network by registering at
Please visit the project’s international website:

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This project is financed by Erasmus+ Programme. and  implemented in 8 countries by 9 organisations: Association les Militants des Savoirs (France), Education and Innovation Hub KMOP (Greece), Együtt az Interkulturális Akcióért Alapítvány UNITED (Hungary), União de Refugiados Em (Portugal) – Urep, Fundacja Szkola z Klasą (Poland), – IPS Innovative Prison Systems (Portugal) Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia (Serbia), Asociatia European Association for Social Inovation (Romania), and Asociatia Obsteasca Centrul de Caritate pentru Refugiati (Moldova).