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The COVID-19 pandemic has had an important effect on every society worldwide in practically every area of life: health, work, culture, family, social networks, etc. Nonetheless, many people from different vulnerable collective have suffered its effects in a much more pronounced way.
This newsletter is a maiden edition for the project Restoring Respect through Music Education (RRME), which uses the underlying restorative justice values of respect and power sharing, as well as an innovative social action music programme called "El Sistema".
We did it! The organisations involved in the project developed their own first publicevents based on Arte Migrante methodology s they learnt to do during theshort-term joint staff training back in October.
Online training program for single parents. How to improve your literacy, numeracy, digital competences and entrepreneurial skills.
Welcome to the first newsletter of the “Free from Gender Based Discrimination: Teachers and Parents Together projects”.
In November 16-19, 2020 the partner organizations got together virtually to try out some of the methods each organization has brought forward to assess their validity.
Latest news! We are glad to inform you that the English version of the PASSIONPRENEURS Training Programme is now available online.
The first intermediate transnational partner meeting was originally planned in Italy, but due to the Covid-19 emergency it was held on October 21 , 2020 on Zoom.
SMEs (especially social enterprises), Start-Ups or young entrepreneurs are very often low budgeted and therefore do not have the financial means to develop and install tools and trainings to further develop their business and the competencies of their teams.
Now available on MaMuMi website and YouTube the introductory video to the intellectual output 2: “ MaMuMi Music Workshop Manual”. The video is a visual guide on how to run a MaMuMi Song Story Workshop.
REACH YOUTH speaks directly to youth workers, social workers, teachers and those who can have a long-lasting impact on young people lives. Our partnership aims at providing innovative and highly effective tools and face to face trainings to youth workers.
The main aim of the project is to extend and develop the competences of adult education trainers and other personnel who support adult learners in diverse sectors and activities, based on the EC’s Digital Competencies Framework.
The first Intellectual Result of the project the Research Paper and Transnational Adaptation Plans for Implementing Symbol Work presenting findings from Austria, Germany, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom.
The 3STEPS project aims to upscale two successful methodologies previously implemented Basic Education Classes and Tandem Now selected in 2017 by the European Commission as “inspiring resource” to tackle early school leaving.
This document is compiled on the basis of research conducted by the “Know Your Rights” partners. The report follows the the analyses of the national contexts of five EU countries.
BRIDGES is an ERASMUS+ project which supports a holistic and integrated approachas well as efficient and effective actions towards the disabled people’s participation in society, labour and economy.
In My Art is a project promoted by Per Esempio Onlus to empower young people to take action towards social inclusion and intercultural community building, especially in multicultural contexts.
Improving Migrants’ Knowledge on labour rights: “Know Your Rights” project's objective is to train migrant workers to improve their knowledge on their rights in the workforce both within specific countries and according to EU employment laws.
‘Enhancing the social inclusion of low income single parents’ is an Erasmus + Strategic Partnerships in Adult Education project, financed by the European Commission through A.N.P.C.D.E.F.P. It has a duration of 2 years.
MaMuMi “Mapping the Music of Migration” is a two-year pan-European, Erasmus+ musical inheritance project focused on talking about music and song as a tool for intercultural competency. It has 7 partners in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Norway, Spain and the UK.
PASSIOPRENEURS is a two-year Erasmus+ project that proposes an innovative intervention, in which people with fewer opportunities will be supported to form social entrepreneurship, exploiting their interests, talents and passions and responding to community challenges and needs.
In the week from the 21st to 25th of October, the second transnational Train-the-Practitioner Training of SymfoS for Youth Care project was held at the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology of the University of Granada.
With the conclusion of the development of the Adaption and Policy Package, the last major output of BooStress project has been finished and published. The Package contains information and advice on the successful implementation of BooStress’ resources and policy recommendations.
CARDET, Association Caminos and Future in Perspective are proud to announce that the BooStress eLearning platform is now available in English. Through the e-learning section, young professionals can access BooStress‘ full range of the online training material.
Shanarani is a 18-months Erasmus+ Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnership in the field of Youth. It aims to raise awareness of youngsters on gender issues, in particular on the importance of reducing gender related stereotyping and promoting gender equal opportunities.
Shanarani partnership is pleased to announce to all youth workers all over Europe the official launch of the Shanarani Gamification Platform, designed to stimulate young people in the reflection on gender stereotypes in our society.
It has been 18 months since the beginning of an extraordinary journey that has contributed to raising awareness young people from six different countries about the existing gender gap. Shanarani partnership was pleased to...
An Erasmus+ project kicked-off in December 2017 aiming to boost the skills of youth to deal with stress at work. „BooStress“ brings together 3 partners from Cyprus, Ireland and Spain who work on the development and implementation for 2 years until October 2019.
“SymfoS for Youth Care” (SFYC) develops an innovative counselling method based on the approach of Symbol Work. The implementation of this method in the youth welfare system could significantly improve the integration chances of disadvantaged young people (NEETS) in Europe.