This group received the Latvian language course also remotely. It should be noted that it is quite challenging for a teacher and for the respective target group to organise classes in the Internet environment: it is certainly more complicated to learn a new language remotely than in a classroom.
It should be pointed out that this time remote Latvian language course helped 14 persons to learn the language. All the 14 persons received certificates of completion of the Latvian language course; they included 4 persons, who asked for international protection, but live outside CAS “Mucenieki”.
The group included target group representatives from Belarus and one customer from Tajikistan.
Looking into the future – this group is not going to stop learning Latvian and is searching for new opportunities to continue learning the language until a decision awarding international protection is received, because they are aware that they will need it, if they live in Latvia.
The project “Support Activities for Persons Under International Protection III” is implemented with support of the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and is co-financed by the European Union. Grant Agreement No. PMIF/9/2020/3/02