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digital iNtegrAteD system for the socIal support of migraNts and refugEes

Project description

Matching services between migrants and local needs

Access to employment is important for the successful social integration of immigrants and refugees. In this context, the EU-funded NADINE project will create a platform to provide smooth and intercultural labour integration. It will consider the wide range of problems that need to be addressed, from the lack of language skills and professional qualifications to the restrictive regulations and bureaucracy. While the platform will include skill assessment and tailored training, it will also develop ICT-enabled solutions. For instance, NADINE will provide a digital companion (chatbot) to assist users. A data lake will also be available to public administrations in order to manage the migration flows.


"NADINE project aim is to develop a novel way of integrating migrants and refugees through ICT-enabled solutions that will automatically adapt to the specificities of each person. The consortium agrees that one of the main enablers of migrants/refugees inclusion, in the host societies, is their ability to work. Hence NADINE's motto is ""Give migrants and refugees their dignity back by giving them a decent job with a decent salary"". Taking into account this important factor, NADINE will create an adaptable platform able to: 1) Provide functionalities for skill assessment, 2) dynamically create tailored suited training programs to adapt existing skills into host societies needed skills, 3) provide a digital companion that will suggest and assist the end-users through administrative tasks and 4) create a data lake available to public administration bodies for better organisation of migration flows. NADINE will innovate in several directions from novel training tools, adaptable to different learning setups, to novel ways of information flow handling for public administrations to work efficiently in both business as usual contexts and migration bursts ones. NADINE platform will create potential new markets in different market areas and also will provide novel open tools that will foster new innovation capacity to the EU area."

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Net EU contribution
€ 86 625,00
35700 RENNES

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The organization defined itself as SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) at the time the Grant Agreement was signed.

Bretagne Bretagne Ille-et-Vilaine
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Total cost
€ 123 750,00

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