Developing activities with refugee guides and family contacts
The County Administrative Board can provide compensation for integration efforts that facilitate establishment in society, create networks, support language learning or offer social support to unaccompanied children.
The County Administrative Board is able to provide compensation to strengthen and develop activities with refugee guides and family contacts aimed at newly arrived persons, unaccompanied children and persons seeking asylum.
We provide compensation for non-profit activities. Only municipalities can apply for compensation, but the activities can be carried out in cooperation with non-profit organizations or other organizations in civil society.
The efforts shall aim at:
- facilitating establishment in society
- create networks
- support language learning
- offer social support to unaccompanied children
The County Administrative Board will work to both strengthen the role of civil society and promote cooperation between the civil society and the municipalities.
The activities shall aim at newly arrived persons and/or persons seeking asylum. Unaccompanied children, which are seeking asylum or have been granted a residence permit, also constitute a target group. One activity can aim at one or multiple target groups.
Activities granted funding shall be reported in interim and final reports, which are to be submitted to the County Administrative Board. Please, use the report template valid for the year in which the activity was granted funds.
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