Final implementation of the Lifeboat project

The Lifeboat Project, a collaborative effort between organizations from various European countries, has successfully concluded its mission to foster a more inclusive and intercultural environment, particularly focusing on youth communities and the integration of refugees, immigrants, and asylum seekers. Through innovative methodologies and dedicated efforts, the project aimed to bridge gaps and promote social cohesion within European societies.

The main objectives of the Lifeboat Project were to develop inclusive methodologies, create a manual based on real needs, and provide policy recommendations to local authorities. Now, with the project’s completion, two comprehensive outputs in PDF format are available for download on the project’s website, These outputs encapsulate the culmination of insights, methodologies, and recommendations derived from the project’s activities.

The first output is an innovative methodology designed for youth workers, tailored to be inclusive of immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. This methodology underwent rigorous testing and observation to ensure its effectiveness in promoting social inclusion and integration.

The second output is a manual that serves as a guide for implementing the developed methodology. It synthesizes the conclusions drawn during the creation process, providing practical insights and strategies for youth workers, facilitators, teachers, and other professionals working with multicultural groups.

Furthermore, the project has produced valuable policy recommendations aimed at local authorities. These recommendations are informed by the project’s findings and are intended to guide policymakers in creating more inclusive policies and initiatives for the benefit of migrant communities and society as a whole.

Through the collaborative efforts of organizations from Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Poland, Turkey, Sweden, and Italy, the Lifeboat Project has made significant strides in promoting social inclusion, preventing xenophobia, extremism, and racism, and enhancing the integration of refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants into European societies. By fostering understanding, tolerance, and cooperation, the project has contributed to building a more cohesive and harmonious future for all.