Excellent. Thank you.
Another difficulty that I've heard, in particular from the Central Vancouver Island Multicultural Society, is the lack of available child care. The pattern they've observed for refugee families and immigrant families who have come to Nanaimo is that they often stay at home to take care of their young children if they can't find affordable child care. That then limits their ability to take language lessons, and therefore leaves them more isolated and out of the workforce.
Do you have examples that you've seen within the EU programs that are made available to such families—child care or otherwise—that ensure they can get access to language training and get the support at home they need to be able to leave for job training and language training, so that they have economic and integration possibilities?