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LANDING is a guidance and support programme committed to the development of adults living at risk, many of them migrants. Its cornerstones include the creation or strengthening of support networks through training, socialisation, administrative and legal counsel, psychological and emotional support, and inclusion in the labour market. It aims to support people based on what they require and offers services tailored to their specific profiles and needs. 


As with the Foundation’s other programmes, volunteering is a central component of LANDING, since part of the Foundation’s mission is to mobilise civil society. Volunteers get involved and come together to help transform the circumstances of those at risk of exclusion. The accompaniment and support of the volunteers are priorities for BarcelonActua to ensure that their experience is rewarding.


The programme is tailored to address the various needs and profiles of the individuals we support and accompany, and consists of different phases which correspond to each individual's level of connection and engagement with the process.

Lines of work

Phase 0: This phase is designed for people who would like a meeting place and a hot meal. To meet these needs, we organise dinners on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and breakfasts on Saturdays and Sundays. While attendees enjoy a meal, they can seek advice and guidance from the Foundation and can also request services from our team of volunteers and professionals.


  • Services: Guidance hub, dinners, and breakfasts.


Phase 1: We provide support to individuals with more extensive needs. Many of those we assist are migrants who need to learn a language and form new connections in order to help grow their network in the city. For this reason, we offer them language classes and the opportunity to become volunteers, in addition to the abovementioned services. 


  • Services: Guidance hub, dinners, breakfasts, language classes and volunteering.


Phase 2: This phase is for people who want and require a higher level of attention in their development journey, and who commit to the programme through a personalised work plan. At this stage, the Foundation offers individuals a series of itineraries (services) that are designed to guarantee their development and social inclusion and are tailored to their profile. 

One of the first steps of this phase is to connect individuals with a mentor --- a volunteer who helps enhance their socialisation, accompanies them throughout their social inclusion process, and supports them in their personal development journey. Each attendee is then connected to services that will allow them to focus on their areas for improvement through a comprehensive support package provided by professionals in the Foundation.


  • Services/Itineraries:

Languages and Training: Attendees who do not speak Catalan or Spanish, or whose levels are very low, are offered language classes to ensure their linguistic integration. Additionally, we accompany individuals through the process of selecting the right course and provide regular follow-up during their educational journey in order to prioritize their personal development.

Legal and Administrative Support: Many of the individuals we assist have complex administrative and legal circumstances that require specialized support to prevent hindrances to their social and professional development. For that reason, they are attended to and supported by a team of expert lawyers that ensure that their administrative and legal situation is managed efficiently. 

Employability: We offer services designed to help attendees build their skills in order to find employment. They are assisted and mentored by the Foundation's volunteer job coaches. BAC and the local companies we work provide employment support, thereby increasing individuals’ job opportunities and enhancing diversity in the city's workplaces. 

Socialisation (Mentors): One of the mainstays of our support services is ensuring that every person has a support network, thereby creating sustainable micro-ecosystems that mutually benefit everyone involved, including volunteers, funders, and people at risk. This is achieved through mentors, language teachers, volunteer activities, corporate volunteering facilitated by individuals we support, recreational activities, activities for children, etc. 

Psychological and Emotional Care: Psychological and emotional support is provided by specialised personnel and through training capsules, workshops and listening circles. Individuals are provided with spaces to manage their emotions and concerns associated with the real-life situations they encounter. This is service essential to ensuring that people are provided with comprehensive care.