1 Nov., 2023 – 31 Dec., 2024

The Association EPEKA, Soc. Ent., participates in the international Erasmus+ project From Home to Home.

Main objective of the project

  • To contribute to the psychological adaptation of young migrants in different parts of Europe trough the peer to peer learning principles (to learn from each other, not from the teacher);
  • To allow young people to apply the acquired competencies in practice for the psychological adaptation of young migrants;
  • To improve the mentoring skills of educators and youth workers in working with young leaders who work with young migrants;
  • To increase the competencies of young leaders in principle peer-to-peer by educational activities;
  • To equip young leaders with educational materials in the topic of psychological adaptation.
  • Educators, youth workers who have experience working with migrants.

They are multipliers who pass on their experience to young leaders in working with young migrants.

In the context of this project, we consider educators: teachers, non-formal education trainers, psychologists, methodologists who create educational projects.

Target groups:

  1. Young leaders aged 16-25
  2. Young migrants aged 14-25

We see as youth leaders in this project:

  • leaders of youth councils of educational institutions (schools, colleges, universities)
  • leaders of sports teams; leaders of student clubs; young NGO leaders.

At the time of project development, we see the majority of young migrants who will participate in local activities are those who were forced to move due to military operations in Ukraine.

The project will also help achieve:

  • To create the model of psychological adaptation of young migrants on the principle of peer-to-peer;
  • Practical implementation and development of the created model of psychological adaptation of young migrants;
  • Partner organisations will be able to conduct more sustainable and quality work with migrants in the local environment;
  • To gather all working practices from different parts of Europe in working with young migrants;
  • To promote and disseminate the created model of psychological adaptation of young migrants among other institutions, organisations and stakeholders interested in the topic.

Project leader: ANIMUS Training Center


  1. The Association EPEKA, Soc. Ent.
  2. Foundation “Situational Center Open Doors”

The project was funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ programme.

Erasmus+ is an EU programme that supports education, training, youth and sport in Europe. The programme aims to help people develop the competences and skills they need to succeed in a globalised world.