In&Out – Boosting disadvantaged youth and migrant integration through cultural and volunteering activities

In&Out – Boosting disadvantaged youth and migrant integration through cultural and volunteering activities

In&Out – Boosting disadvantaged youth and migrant integration through cultural and volunteering activities

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote volunteering as an effective tool for the integration of youth with fewer opportunities and young migrants in Europe.
  • To share best practices and strengthening the networking and cooperation of Europeans and Caribbean youth workers.
  • To foster active citizenship and participation of migrant young people preventing marginalization and radicalization potentially resulting in violent behaviour.
  • To provide youth workers methodological tools to strengthen their support to this target group.

  • Implementing international training to train professionals with theoretical and empirical contributions on the theme of migration and the accompaniment of young migrants through voluntary commitment and cultural activities.
  • Engaging young migrants and vulnerable youth through storytelling, dance and art workshops to improve the participation and integration and to fight prejudices promoting respect of human rights

  • Open Educational Resource (OER) tool for young people and youth workers whose aim is to exchange tools, methodologies and approaches around the accompaniment of young people migrants.
  • Youth workers e-learning modules to support users’ learning on young migrant integration through volunteering and cultural activities.
  • Storytelling, dance and art workshop toolkits to support users learning on young migrants integration through the creation and experimentation.
  • In&Out Reference Guide for educators, facilitators and trainers accompanying young migrants and young people with less opportunities in their integration process.

  • Coordinator: ADILES [France]
  • Bee.com [Italy]
  • CESIE [Italy]
  • DUG [Sweden]
  • Jarit [Spain]

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Date of project: 01/11/2017 – 31/10/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, Key Action 2 Strategic Partnership in the field of Youth

Contact: CESIE: julia.isasi@cesie.org


SAVE – Sport Against Violence and Exclusion

SAVE – Sport Against Violence and Exclusion

SAVE – Sport Against Violence and Exclusion

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To recognise and increase the acquisition of skills and competencies such as discipline, team-work and perseverance through informal learning activities in sport.
  • To support sport clubs which practice grass-root sport in order to increase their services and engage young people in sport.
  • To promote dialogue and exchange of best practices by integrating sport competencies in everyday practice.
  • To support inter-cultural dialogue, sense of belonging and participation through key sport competencies contributing to social cohesion and integrated societies.

  • Gap analysis through desk and field research on the current sport situation to assess target’s needs.
  • Creation of SAVE online platform.
  • Creation of SAVE curriculum for trainers.
  • Implementation of a pilot training of community coaches and students.
  • Creation of SAVE Training KIT.

  • Increased sport skills and competencies in youth and trainers within the participant countries.
  • Created and piloted curriculum and training for coaches and students.
  • Enhanced network for coaches, youngster and parents through online platform for sport structures and courses.
  • Promoted and increased engaging in sport, inter-cultural dialogue and sense of belonging in youth.

  • Coordinator: Lithuanian Sports University (Lithuania)
  • University of Split (Croatia)
  • University of Palermo (Italy)
  • University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • University of Novi Sad (Serbia)
  • Lithuanian Union of Sports Federation (Lithuania)
  • World University Service (Austria)
  • CESIE (Italy)
  • DEFOIN (Spain)

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Date of project: 01/01/2018 – 01/07/2020

 

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Erasmus+ Sport: Support to Collaborative Partnerships

Contact:

CESIE: emiliano.mungiovino@cesie.org


YSSA – Youth-led Street Sport for All

YSSA – Youth-led Street Sport for All

YSSA – Youth-led Street Sport for All

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote voluntary activities in sport, together with social inclusion, equal opportunities and awareness of the importance of health-enhancing physical activity through increased participation in, and equal access to, sport for all
  • To increase participation in sports, strengthen social inclusion and promote voluntary activity amongst disadvantaged children and youth in Italy, Greece, Malta, Lithuania, Lebanon and Denmark

  • Development of the Playmaker education: educate 600 young people as voluntary street sports instructors and role models
  • Development of the GAME Zones: youth-led street sports activities and events to reach 5000 marginalised youths from disadvantaged neighbourhoods
  • Creation of the Street Sport facility partnership
  • Building local GAME branches: establish local GAME branches in all partner countries

  • Curriculum to transfer the Playmaker concept to new contexts
  • Toolbox for sharing and promoting dialogue containing a street sports compendium with drills and training materials, a free, online, learning platform for all Playmakers
  • Street Sports Facility Guide to establish and operate outdoor and indoor street sports facilities
  • Annual Street sports festival: an annual celebration of street sports will be held in all partner countries
  • Street Sport conference on street sports as a tool for social inclusion, and civic engagement through voluntarism in Valletta (Malta)

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Date of project: 01/01/2018 – 31/12/2020

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Erasmus+ Sport: Support to Collaborative Partnerships

Contact:

CESIE: caroline.dickinson@cesie.org


MEDIA LITERACY – Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women

MEDIA LITERACY – Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women

MEDIA LITERACY – Media literacy for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • Developing innovative learning tools to increase media and digital competences of low – skilled/low qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Improving media and digital literacy skills of low – skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women encouraging them with effective awareness raising actions.

  • Development of methodological approach and framework for the building of media and digital literacy skills and competences tailored to the needs of low skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Creation of an online training tool for the building of media and digital literacy skills of low – skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Development of a peer – to – peer awareness raising methodology and a short training for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women involving them in an awareness raising/outreach campaign.

  • Enhanced media and digital literacy skills of at least 120 low – skilled/low – qualified refugee/asylum seeking and migrant women in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Austria and Malta.
  • Developed online training tools and methodologies for refugee/migrants associations and other organizations and/or professionals useful to work with low – skilled/low – qualified refugee, asylum seeking and migrant women.
  • Enhanced awareness about the actions of at least 250 professionals, local, regional, national and international level authorities, refugee/migrant associations, civil society, educational institutions and other relevant stakeholders in the partner countries and other EU countries.

  • Coordinator: University of Gloucestershire [UK]
  • CESIE [Italy]
  • Verein Multikulturell [Austria]
  • Inishowen Development Partnership [Ireland]
  • Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants [Malta]
  • Kentro Merimnas Oikogeneias Kai Paidiou [Greece]

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Date of project:  01/11/2017 – 31/10/2019

DG of reference:

Contact:

CESIE: silvia.fazio@cesie.org


E-COURSE- EnhanCing the ParticipatiOn and Learning Performance of Migrant and RefUgee Children in PRimary School Education

E-COURSE- EnhanCing the ParticipatiOn and Learning Performance of Migrant and RefUgee Children in PRimary School Education

E-COURSE- EnhanCing the ParticipatiOn and Learning Performance of Migrant and RefUgee Children in PRimary School Education

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • Enhancing the professional development of teachers in dealing with migrant and refugee learners and diversity in classrooms
  • Supporting schools to facilitate inclusion and success of newly arrived migrant and refugee students, thus contributing to the tackling of Early School Leaving (ESL)
  • Supporting and enhancing the performance of newly-arrived migrant and refugee students in primary schools
  • Strengthening collaboration among all members of the school community: school leaders, teachers and non-teaching staff, learners, parents/families

  • Development of learning modules for strengthening the capacities of teachers
  • Creation and piloting of a School Support Platform
  • Development of methodology for elaboration of school policies on diversity

  • Learning modules for teachers for effectively address equity, diversity and inclusion
  • School Support Platform to facilitate school to support migrant and refugee learners
  • Methodology for the elaboration and implementation of school diversity policies and action plans

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Date of project: 01/10/2017 – 30/09/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, National Agency (Germany), Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for School

Contact:

CESIE: giulia.tarantino@cesie.org


SHANARANI

SHANARANI

SHANARANI

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To support youth workers adapting and promoting good practices in their work on gender issues and avoidance of stereotyping.
  • To enhance the participation of youngster developing innovative and motivational methodologies to overcome stereotypes on gender issues.
  • To involve young people and support youth workers through online tools such as digital handbooks and an online platform developed during the project.
  • To spread project’s results at local, national and international level within communities, stakeholders and decision makers and to raise awareness about gender issues and avoidance of stereotyping.

  • Creation of three thematic handbooks to provide information about the gender status quo in different European countries, to analyse the reproduction of stereotypes in those media and music industry, to introduce new attractive methodologies based on acting, theatre and music tools and to show up how the “experience” can help young people to build new role model.
  • Implementation of the “Train the Trainer Workshop” for youth workers who are involved in the project.
  • Development of SHANARANI Gamified Online Training Platform with an online User Manual.

  • Enhanced and improved the knowledge and competences of at least 120 youth workers to gender issues and avoidance stereotypes with adequate online tools (platform and handbooks) in order to support them in local activities with young people.
  • Enhanced participation of at least 300 young people in gender issues and avoidance stereotypes’ actions in their local communities improving their social skills.
  • Improved public awareness of policy makers and general public about gender issues

  • Coordinator: Asociación Caminos [Spain]
  • CESIE [Italy]
  • South – West Initiative [Bulgaria]
  • Social Innovation Fund [Lithuania]
  • Exchange House Ireland [Ireland]
  • CARDET [Cyprus]

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Date of project: 01/10/2017 – 30/03/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, Key Action 2 Strategic Partnership in the field of Youth

Contact:

CESIE: silvia.fazio@cesie.org