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Asociación Babelia

Babelia is providing practical support for residency to UK citizens living in the provinces of Alicante, Valencia and Castellon.

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Asociación Babelia

Babelia Association acts as an intermediary between migrant population and public institutions.

About us

The Intercultural Association BABELIA was founded in 2004 as a non-profit organisation. Our main focus is to promote and strengthen intercultural coexistence as well as equal opportunities.

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What we do

Babelia Association acts as an intermediary between the migrant population and the entities, both public and private, as well as between the foreign population and the local population. For said purpose, we organise courses on intercultural mediation, teaching of languages such as Arabic or French, or even guides to help foreigners who wish to obtain Spanish nationality.

01.

— Translation and intercultural mediation

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02.

— Advice and orientation

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03.

— Courses, talks and workshops

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Latest news

Empathy partners presentation

PROJECT SCHOOL (PS) www.projectschool.euaims to increase the quality of initiatives and projects with a social impact by working on everyone‘s skills. PS will lead the design and implementation of WP4: Inclusion. In particular, it will

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Current status of the Empathy Project

In accordance with Babelia’s line of action based on intercultural mediation as a tool to promote equality between the migrants and the local population, at this stage of the project the following outputs have been

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