1. Associating the project and the theme of transnational family communication through parental education with projects and activities for social inclusion and cultural integration of migrants.
  2. Introducing the issue of distant parenting within the programs of organizations that work with migrants.
  3. Creating a flexible model of family roles for transnational families → using the exchange of culturally determined models from the host-country. 
    1. Integrating the caretakers in the new family order
  4. Elaborating general guidelines for a holistic family communication → covering a complete area of subjects: health, education, social activities, positive and negative emotions/experiences, family relations. 
  5. Empowering parents as educators
  6. Guaranteeing access to technological/digital tools for children living in rural areas. 
  7. Covering specific topics through a professional approach for sensible cases – risk situations, special emotional/behavioural situations. 
  8. Covering professional psychological support for participating parents. 




  1. Identifying / Creating a database of local transnational families. (very weak/absent at the level of partner countries)
  2. Building a bridge between parental education and labour-protection policies → Helping migrant parents understand the legal framework for a legal, correct and sustainable work experience abroad. 
  3. Involving local schools representatives in the process of communication between parents and children.
  4. Increased capacity-building opportunities for public institutions and NGOs. 
  5. Involving local councils, legal structures (social services) in the parental education initiative.
  6. Attracting and actively involving local actors (school workers, social services specialists).