Verein Multikulturell, Project coordinator

Verein Multikulturell - Tyrolean Integration Center is a non-governmental organisation founded in 1993. We aim to enhance the intercultural dialogue and education. Our main objectives are to promote professional, social and cultural integration of migrants.

In this context we are engaged in a number of activities offering a variety of services such as:

international EU projects (Daphne, Comenius/Leonardo da Vinci/Grundtvig): with several themes like domestic violence, VET, multilingual preschool education, adult learning, multimedia specifically making films 
and radio shows for migrants (see above)
multilingual education and career guidance for young migrants and their parents
job application training and interview coaching
multilingual family counseling and psychotherapy
language and computer classes for adults and youngsters (certified by ÖIF)
intercultural/diversity seminars and training courses for multipliers
media workstation (radio, film, photography & creative writing workshops)
organization of cultural events

Our association promotes the social and professional skills of migrants. We are collaborating with the Government and other Austrian State institutions like the Chamber of Commerce, job centers, schools as well as social organizations and private societies.

As for several years we have been involved in a variety of projects, we have tremendous experience in designing and leading national and international projects or taking up the active role of a transnational project partner.


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Contact person:         Ovagem Agaidyan

Verein Multikulturell
Andreas Hofer Straße 46 / 1. Stock
6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Telephone:   +43 512 56 29 29
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Verein Multikulturell (Coordinator) Andreas-Hofer-Strasse 46, 6020 Innsbruck - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - Tel: +43-512-562929


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