MINT Mentoring Methodological Framework

(Last edited: Friday, 26 February 2021, 11:31 AM)

Migrant children and youth are especially vulnerable to social exclusion. Through the MINT Project, Terre des hommes and its partners aim to empower refugee and migrant children, as well as European youth, to engage in new integration activities.

Child to Child was commissioned to develop a Mentoring Methodological Framework for the MINT project, which has wide applicability across contexts. This is currently a living document that shall be added to during the course of the project, based on experience. However, it does provide guidelines for addressing programme design; mentoring in practice; and cross-cutting considerations like child participation, gender equity and cultural sensitivity.

The framework as submitted to TdH is available below.

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