• To encourage and support the use of urban and community gardens as a meeting point for social integration and guidance of migrants.
  • To share knowledge and good practices.
  • To provide a common ground for interaction between migrants and the local population, which will help grow cultural understanding and acceptance.
  • To empower migrants, by providing them with skills that will make them more attractive to potential employers and allow them better access to social services in their receiving country.

The UGAIN project will develop a web-based Training and Information App compatible both with desktop and mobile devices, which will include case studies and training modules providing the knowledge needed to turn a urban garden into a meeting point for social integration and a career guidance handbook.