The NADINE system will be based around two key banks of data – a repository of information about host societies and migrants from which a range of services will be produced. As users access the services, more data will be captured to enhance the existing banks and feed reliable information into the system.
The system will initially evaluate existing skill assessment procedures and tools targeted to migrants. It will identify significant universal soft skills, valuable to the process of migrant social and labour market integration in the host countries and create suitable, reliable and valid processes to assess those migrant skills.
As is common with most machine learning applications, a large amount of data will be required. To that end, the NADINE platform will incorporate proper ICT tools for migrant data collection. Emphasis will be given on migrant and refugee data related to competences and skills along with other information that will affect their integration management procedure.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 822601.
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