The ReGap project aims to extend high quality culturally sensitive open access learning resources to adult migrants and refugees of  both genders in EU countries. The project will reduce the education gap for migrants and refugees in European countries as they secure employment and social belonging opportunities supported by country specific and up-to-date knowledge about work, health, social security, education and systems of justice and regulations concerning citizenship and equality.

As The ReGap project was approaching its end, Regap project partners held an international seminar in Porto to share project results and acquired knowledge. The conference took place in the University of Porto on May 29th, and was hosted by Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences.

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