The project team presented the products and results of the mentorNET project in UK, Italy, Poland, Germany and Cyprus. These events were a mixture of face to face and virtual events because in some places there are still Covid restrictions in place.
The mentorNET partners shared the results and outputs of the mentorNET project with groups of people involved in mentoring migrants, migrants themselves and those organising the mentoring of migrants in all partner countries.
As a key, conclusive step for the implementation of the mentorNET initiative, the project team consulted mentoring experts in UK, Italy, Poland, German and Cyprus, collecting their evaluation on the mentorNET results.
The 5th Transnational partners' meeting was held in Berlin on 13th and 14th September.
The mentorNET Strategy is a guide to establishing a self-sustaining network of mentors for the purpose of mentoring migrants.
Experienced mentors throughout Europe were interviewed and asked to describe what attributes a mentor needed when working with a mentee.
The first version of the mentorNET MOOC will be launched this month and will be distributed to experts and selected mentors for review.
Despite the difficulties of lockdown restrictions, mentorNET is regularly progressing with the implementation actions.
We have developed a framework of competencies describing which key competencies mentors should have.
On 15th October 2020 the mentorNET project takes part to the #erasmusdays initiatives with the online event "Best practices and strategy of aggregation of volunteering in sustainable networks".