EU Programme: Erasmus +

Coordination: Centre for Flexible Learning – CFL (Sweden)

Participants: ISQ (Portugal)|Centre d’Information et d’Education Populaire – CIEP (Belgium)|Hellenic American Union – HAU (Greece)|Innovation Training Center – ITC (Estonia)|Spektrum Educational Center – SEC (Romania)

Starting Year:  2018 

Duration: 2018-2020

ISQ Contact:

Areas: Education, Integration, Social, Training


Acronym: DIVINT

Project Title: Diversity, Integration, Training

Project Code: 2018-1-SE01-KA204-039022

Total Cost: 276 775€

Funding: 269 775€


DIVINT project aims to empower national languages’ teachers and trainers to cope with diversity and boost intercultural education in Europe. The project wants to provide vulnerable groups of newly arrived young people, namely refugees, asylum seekers and migrants, with access to intercultural language training in order to allow them to benefit from the acquisition of the host-country language and simultaneously social, civic and intercultural competences. Even national contexts being different, most of the operators in the field of training and integration of migrants, in European countries, share this concern. Thus, DIVINT project aims to analyse the findings from one country to another and co-create common shared solutions.


Training Curriculum

A Training Curriculum for language training, in terms of knowledge, skills and competences, integrating diversity and multiculturalism approaches. This Curriculum will be based on the European EQF and ECVET frameworks and will be addressed to adult education but adaptable to other sectors like VET and formal education.


Assessment Kit

A methodological guide that will formalise a process of identification of skills carried by migrants, regarding language, interculturalism and diversity, in order to orient them correctly to an adapted and relevant training process.



A set of innovative practical activities based on the Training Curriculum to support educators and trainers in the teaching of languages combined with diversity and intercultural education.



A guide to provide in depth information about basic concepts, definitions and methodological approaches for handling diversity in a positive dialogical way, in formal, non-formal or informal learning environments.


Learning platform

A digital space addressed to both trainers and learners to raise awareness and develop knowledge on different topics related with language training, diversity and interculturalism, throughout interactive scenarios and gamification. It will also accommodate the Open Educational Resources produced in all outputs.


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This project is Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.