Mistral invests resources in interventions that can be attractive for young people, which give them an added value compared to their previous school experience and which also allow the most disadvantaged to explore new opportunities in a different cultural context, enhancing their set of skills and improving their level of employability, coming into contact with foreign realities and companies.
In this perspective, Mistral obtained funding from the European Union to carry out
-Projects within the Leonardo da Vinci Programme: 614 mobility assignments abroad of 13 and 20 weeks
-Projects funded by the Erasmus+ 2014-2020 Programme: 490 mobility abroad of 3 weeks, 1 month and 3 months and 28 Staff Mobility
In 2017 Mistral obtained the Mobility Quality Charter and in 2021 it obtained the Erasmus+ accreditation for the seven-year period 2021-2027 for mobility in the VET (Vocational Education and Training) field.
The accreditation has already given rise to two sending projects per hundred participants for mobility of 1, 3 and 4 months and will allow Mistral to pursue its objectives of contributing to cultural and economic growth with a view to sustainable development and valorisation of the territory and the inclusion in the social fabric of young people and disadvantaged categories.