VOICES – Voices of solidarity

VOICES – Voices of solidarity

VOICES – Voices of solidarity

ObjectivesActivitiesPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To enable artists from different European countries to work together to coordinate cohesive joined-up performance making visible the voices of refugees and asylum seekers and encourage integration through the collaborative parade/celebration event
  • To involve refugees, migrants and other disadvantaged communities in each partner location in the creation and delivery of a celebratory cultural event/parade highlighting themes of arrival and welcome.
  • Use digital technologies to enhance and widen engagement with arts and culture and to facilitate new and rich ways of enabling audience participation and involvement.
  • Build new pan-European partnership between cultural and community organisations and new professional development for participating artists.

  • Creation of four new 20-30 minute performance developed by artists from four countries.
  • Delivery of site specific joined-up presentations in six locations using a combination of the new performance pieces.
  • Making of four parade events that each involve a minimum of 100 target community participants – at least 50% refugees.

  • Achieved live audiences averaging at least 10.000 for each of the parades and 5.000 for performance presentations in each location.
  • Achieved substantial additional audiences (+ 500.000) through online engagement and broadcast media.
  • Professional development for European artists, practitioners and cultural leaders involved in the project.

  • Coordinator: ArtReach (UK)
  • Altonale (Germany)
  • CESIE (Italy)
  • Museo dei bambini (Italy)
  • Teatrul National Radu Stance Sibiu (Romania)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/08/2017 – 31/12/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Creative Europe, Culture sub-programme, smaller scale cooperation projects

Contact: CESIE: daria.labarbera@cesie.org


Tell Your Story

Tell Your Story

Tell Your Story

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To motivate early school leavers to re-enter lifelong learning and preventing young people at risk to prematurely drop out of school or vocational education
  • To explore factors of preventing drop-out rates from school through digital storytelling and digital mapping
  • To enhance two key competences of early school leavers and those at risk of early school leaving: digital competence and communication competence
  • To raise awareness of the reasons of early school leaving and for the personal consequences of this decision
  • To pass on experiences from early school leavers to the next generation

  • Desk research on the results of projects funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme, of national projects and initiatives and of the results of the EU working group on early school leaving building on the stock of experience gained in fighting early school leaving
  • Identifying and recruiting 15-20 early school leavers, aged 16-25, and engages them in the piloting in each partner country
  • Implementing a five days transnational learning workshop being an important part of the adopted empowerment approach. In an informal learning setting, the young early school leavers share their life stories, i.e. their biographies which led to dropping out of the school system, and the consequences arising from this decision

  • Study: Telling digital stories to fight against Early School-Leaving
  • Learning module: How to tell a (life) story
  • Learning module: Media production skills
  • Learning module: Preventing early drop-out through digital stories and maps
  • Pilot documentation: Digital stories and maps in practice
  • Online exhibition of digital life stories
  • Publication: preventing early drop-out through digital stories and maps

  • Coordinator: Pistes-Solidaires (France)
  • “Die Berater” Unternehmensberatungs GmbH (Austria)
  • EUROGEO – European Association of Geographers (Belgium)
  • Rinova Limited (United Kingdom)
  • RIS – Research and Educational Centre Mansion Rakičan (Slovenia)
  • CESIE (Italy)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/09/2016 – 31/08/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, National Agency (France), Erasmus+ KA2 – Strategic Partnership for Adult Education

Contact:

CESIE: caroline.dickinson@cesie.org

http://tellyourstorymap.eu/


GEM – Game for EuroMed

GEM – Game for EuroMed

GEM – Game for EuroMed

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote education for intercultural citizenship through playing
  • To develop educational pilot programmes on active intercultural citizenship based on “learning by playing” approach, providing with skills and knowledge formal and non-formal educators
  • To involve young people and educators in the development of a new creative resource (a board game) to be used in youth environments to promote values of tolerance and mutual understanding of different cultures and traditions

  • Identification of good practices using games as intercultural tool
  • Online training for formal/non-formal educators and youth workers on promoting education on intercultural citizenship by adopting playing activities
  • 20 pilot workshops to test the board game in schools and/or youth centres addressed to at least 160 youngsters.
  • Finalising the GEM Board game
  • Dissemination seminars at national and international level

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • ADICE – Association for the Development of Citizen and European Initiatives (France)
  • JUHOUD – Juhoud for community and Local Development (Palestinian Authority)
  • WASEELA – Waseela for training and development (Egypt)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/09/2016 – 31/08/2017

Institution of Reference: Anna Lindh Foundation for the Dialogue Between Cultures – Education For Intercultural Citizenship

Contact: CESIE: letizia.portera@cesie.org

www.gameforeuromed.eu


Greentrepreneurship – Easier done than said

Greentrepreneurship – Easier done than said

Greentrepreneurship – Easier done than said

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To foster cooperation and exchange of experiences and good practices in the field of green entrepreneurship and youth employability
  • To contribute to developing the quality of support systems and the capabilities of youth NGOs dealing with unemployed young people and NEETs
  • To up-skill youth workers and expand their capabilities in the field of green economy, sustainable entrepreneurship and to learn the methods of social innovation
  • To improve young people’s level of skills, knowledge and competencies needed for their active participation in the labour market
  • To build quality transnational non-formal learning mobility network that will be supporting new initiatives and activities on youth employability and green entrepreneurship for young people

  • Developing an educational module in the field of green entrepreneurship and youth employability, and
  • Participating in an international training course to improve their didactic skills
  • Pilot-testing the gained knowledge at local level in Slovenia, Portugal, Nepal, Tanzania, Argentina and Italy
  • Working group activities and campaigns of unemployed youths, under the mentorship of youth workers

  • International Training Course on green economy and youth employability
  • Local educational activities in each partner country
  • Local information campaigns
  • International youth exchange on green entrepreneurships
  • Manual on green entrepreneurship and youth employability: guidelines on planning green business ideas

  • Coordinator: KID PiNA (Slovenia)
  • Associação Check-IN – Cooperação e Desenvolvimento (Portugal)
  • CCN – Campaign for Change-Nepal (Nepal)
  • TYCEN Tanzania Youth Cultural Exchange Network (Tanzania)
  • Fundación SES (Argentina)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/07/2015 – 30/06/2017

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+, Key Activity 2 – Capacity Building in the field of youth

Contact: CESIE: giuseppe.lafarina@cesie.org


WELFARE – Workability and Flexicurity for Employment

WELFARE – Workability and Flexicurity for Employment

WELFARE – Workability and Flexicurity for Employment

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnerInfo & contacts

  • To provide youth workers with new knowledge on workability and flexicurity that will serve the young people they work with to be more equipped for current labour market needs and challenges
  • To promote and encourage flexibility and workability in their work as a response to youth unemployment and for young people’s empowerment
  • To introduce new creative ways of reaching out to target groups of young unemployed people by familiarizing them with new cultural, artistic and musical tools and dynamics
  • To increase awareness of the youth workers on the importance of culture, art and music, as non-formal tools for their work with youth and how it can have effects in every day routine, as well as the perspectives in the labour field
  • To facilitate the exchange of experiences, traditions, best practices, habits and promote cooperation in the field of creative work with youth through culture, art and music in the EU countries

From 7th to 15th of November 2015, 39 participants such as youth workers, project leaders, youth advisers and other professionals working with youth in a modular pathway, are involved into activities which will inspire and provide them with tools and methodologies in order to help young unemployed people to face current employment challenges through a new and innovative pattern that uses music, theatre and art as means of promoting new skills and employment in particular, stimulating creative partnerships between culture and labour market

  • WELFARE Public Report

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • Bulgarian Network for Human Rights Education (Bulgaria)
  • Udruga Veliki Mali Čovjek (Croatia)
  • mhtconsult ApS (Denmark)
  • Kinonikes Sineteristikes Drastiriotites Efpathon Omadon EDRA (Greece)
  • Biedriba “Pozitiva Doma” (Latvia)
  • Association Out of standart (Lithuania)
  • Rokiskio jaunimo organizaciju sajunga “Apvalus stalas” (Lithuania)
  • Youth Forum Bitola (Macedonia)
  • Overhalla Commune (Norway)
  • Associação para a Formação Profissional e Desenvolvimento do Montijo (Portugal)
  • Fundatia ACTIVITY pentru resurse umane si dezvoltare durabila (Romania)
  • PiNA – Kulturno izobrazevalno drustvo (Slovenia)
  • Asociación Intercultural Europea – Go Europe (Spain)
  • Ayuntamiento de Murcia (Spain)
  • Kasif Genclik ve Spor Kulubu Dernegi (Turkey)
  • Dacorum Council for Voluntary Service (United Kingdom)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/05/2015 – 30/04/2016

DG of reference: DG EAC, National Agency (Italy), Erasmus+, Key Activity 1: Mobility of youth workers [Programme countries]

Contact: CESIE: training@cesie.org


C.O.H.E.SION – Cultural bridges for Youth Employability and Inclusion

C.O.H.E.SION – Cultural bridges for Youth Employability and Inclusion

C.O.H.E.SION – Cultural bridges for Youth Employability and Inclusion

ObjectivesActivitiesPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To stimulate creativity and innovation for youth workers in the EU context, to improve their key competences in their work in general and with migrants in particular
  • To improve the quality of youth work and related services
  • To promote new tools mixing non-formal education, ICT, Art and Creative Thinking to increase young migrants’ employability and social inclusion
  • To increase awareness of youth workers on the current situations of young migrants in the EU countries regarding inclusion and employability
  • To inform participants on the new Erasmus+ Programme for 2014/2020, giving special focus on active inclusion of youth and migrants project themes

From the 24th of May to the 1st of June 2015, 34 participants are involved in activities created to empower youth workers to include ICT, creative tools and various forms of art, in order to boost the employability and active inclusion of migrants. COHESION aims also at empowering furthermore youth workers’ own professional and personal development by enhancing their intercultural skills and competences, giving them the tools to create sensitization campaigns to reach their target in the best way. The TC methodology will be based mainly on the principles of non-formal education (with the organization of 3 parallel workshops: 1) Performance; 2) New Media; 3) Handmade Creative Thinking) besides theoretical sessions that require the active participation of the group

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • Bulgarian Network for Human Rights Education (Bulgaria)
  • Centre for European Initiatives Association (Bulgaria)
  • UDRUGA “Veliki mali čovjek” (Croatia)
  • Ceská sekce DCI – Sdruzení zastáncu detskych práv (Czech Republic)
  • Continuous Action (Estonia)
  • Divadlo bez domova (Slovakia)
  • FLA-KULTUR (France)
  • Asociatia Tineri Parteneri Pentru Dezvoltarea Societatii Civile (Romania)
  • Associação para a Formação Profissional e Desenvolvimento do Montijo (Portugal)
  • Fundacja “InnCrea” (Poland)
  • INTER ALIA (Greece)
  • Lidosk (Turkey)
  • Ayuntamiento De Murcia (Spain)
  • Asocijacija NEL (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
  • PINA (Slovenia)
  • Pr’Animação – Associação de Animação Cultural (Portugal)
  • RJOS Apvalus stalas (Lithuania)
  • Community Action Dacorum (United Kingdom)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/01/2015 – 31/12/2015

DG of reference: DG EAC, National Agency (Italy), Erasmus+, Key Activity 1: Mobility of youth workers

Contact: CESIE: training@cesie.org