The Three Cultures Foundation's "Integrarte" programme is continuing

This is a socio-educational itinerary for seasonal workers of Moroccan origin 
Trabajadoras temporeras de Marruecos
Women seasonal workers from Morocco

The Three Cultures Foundation continues with the "Integrarte" programme, a totally free socio-educational itinerary aimed at female seasonal workers of Moroccan origin in the province of Huelva. 

Since its inception in 2015, this project has two main objectives: on the one hand, to offer training courses in Spanish as a foreign language ELE2, to cover the basic day-to-day linguistic needs faced by Moroccan seasonal workers during their stays in Spain. And, on the other hand, to develop awareness-raising and support workshops for women workers hired in origin with the intention of promoting knowledge of Spanish labour law, with the aim of making them aware of their rights and thus minimising situations of vulnerability through the empowerment of groups of women workers. 

In addition, the programme will try to strengthen the links with the host society, as well as the reinforcement of their culture of origin through the enhancement of Moroccan culture. 

At the same time, it will try to highlight and communicate the good practices developed and the positive results of the intervention and the knowledge of their rights, reinforcing the knowledge of basic aspects of labour law.

The classes will continue until 30 June, the end of the red fruit agricultural campaign in Huelva. Specifically, in this 2024 edition, they are being held in the municipalities of Almonte, Lepe, Cartaya, Gibraleón, San Bartolomé de la Torre and Palos de la Frontera, adding up to 11 courses of 660 teaching hours of training in Spanish as a foreign language ELE2 and 30 workshops of awareness, advice and socio-labour support with a total of 240 teaching hours, since it was launched in March.  

With this training, the Three Cultures Foundation continues its work to improve the conditions of seasonal workers of Moroccan origin, providing them with the necessary skills so that they can develop autonomously in their daily lives and promote their socio-occupational integration.