A toolkit by the European Commission has included the ELIX Project, "Learning for Integration: Quality Learning and Non-formal Education for Children, Refugees and Migrants in Greece" project as a good practice in the field of Youth Work for Refugee and Migrant Integration.
Expert groups from across Europe worked together for the creation of this booklet, in the framework of the European Youth Workplan 2016-2018, which is entitled: "The contribution of youth work in the context of migration and refugee matters - A practical toolbox for youth workers and recommendations for policymakers".
ELIX’s project has benefited more than 3,000 children and 500 parents in total, from October 2017 to February 2019 and was implemented with the support of UNICEF and the funding of European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO), at the open accommodation sites of Eleonas and Skaramangas, at the educational center of ELIX in Patission, as well as at public schools, as part of the Open School programme of the Municipality of Athens.
ELIX continues to implement an educational project titled "Learning for Integration: Quality Learning and Non-formal Education for Children and Adults, Refugees and Migrants, in Greece" since March 2019 with the support of UNICEF, IOM and DG HOME, which is essentially an extension of the previous program.
You can read the Guide HERE: Here: (The reference to ELIX on page 14)