MATCH – Enhance social inclusion and equal opportunities

MATCH – Enhance social inclusion and equal opportunities

MATCH – Enhance social inclusion and equal opportunities

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To strengthen sports as a tool for social inclusion and to raise awareness about its potential
  • To foster an increased participation of refugees and local young people in sport activities and to create a constructive dialogue between different social groups
  • To train Youth workers and Sport Trainers to a better awareness and proper skills to use sport as a pedagogical tool to foster social inclusion of “vulnerable” target groups
  • To offer learning opportunities (being coach) to sportive young people from local and migrant origins that would increase their level of social inclusion and their future job opportunities
  • To foster the (re)discovery and use of public spaces for the practice of grassroots sports

  • Sport trainers and youth workers, involved in the International Training Course and the in further phase of the project, will broaden the set of pedagogical tools and sport activities
  • Refugees, asylum seekers and disadvantaged youngsters involved as coaches have an important learning opportunity, at local and European level, maximising their life potential
  • Sport and educational activities shaping in tournaments scheduling in 4 months addressed to children, teenagers, youngsters from local and migrant community (150)
  • Sport activities and realisation of local grassroots Sport Festivals in the six countries

  • MATCH International Training Course “Inclusive Sport”
  • MATCH Local Trainings Course “Coaching Sport in social inclusion”
  • Production of Pedagogical Manual “Sport and youth work”
  • Renovation of a public space to practice sport and launch of the campaign “Grassroot Sports in public space”
  • Antiracist grassroots sport festival “Mediterraneo Antirazzista”

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • HANDALA (Italy)
  • FASTO University Of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • EURICON (The Netherlands)
  • FOOTURA – Union for Development of Sports and Sport Culture (Bulgaria)
  • Greek Forum Refugees (Greece)
  • Club Natacio Banyoles (Spain)

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

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

Contact: CESIE: giuseppe.lafarina@cesie.org


Journeys

Journeys

Journeys

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To help refugees and migrants to socialise and express themselves without necessarily speaking the host country language
  • To give EU citizens the opportunity to discover, learn from and understand the values and cultures of refugees and migrants and rediscover and enrich their own
  • To offer the possibility of collaboration with organisations in other sectors in order to stimulate a more comprehensive, rapid, effective and long-term response to this global challenge

  • Directly engaging and involving refugees and asylum seekers in each of the locations in the creation of artistic works for presentation in the project (Container Theatre/Film)
  • Comprehensively championing the project activity to refugee and asylum seeker groups in order to involve people as audiences and as contributors to debate in the press and media and in seminar delivery. This contributes to ongoing cultural audience development in each location
  • Substantially raising the profile of the refugee experience through the presentation of artwork in accessible, highly visible and high profile locations, with work that will touch, intrigue, inspire and challenge a broad cross section of the local population
  • Showcasing and co-creation of cultural and/or audiovisual works across Europe
  • Identifying refugee artists to support and commission through the project, enabling distilled experiences to be shared through art and the effective expression of different refugee perspectives and experiences

  • Look-Up is a high profile outdoor art exhibition presenting visual art work from refugee artists on a large canvas in each city;
  • The Container Project involves creation of pop-up theatre performances and the making and screening of short new moving image productions to share refugee stories;
  • Journeys Seminars bring together artists, with refugee support groups and the wider public, to explore ideas and issues arising from the arts activity and its themes.

  • Coordinator: ArtReach (United Kingdom)
  • The Hamburg Altonale (Germany)
  • Explora (Italy)
  • CESIE (Italy)Associated partners:
  • Trafo (Budapest)
  •  City of Rieti (Italy)

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Dates of project: 01/06/2016 – 31/12/2017

DG of reference: DG EAC, Executive Agency – Creative Europe CULTURE: Cross Sectoral Strand– Refugee Integration Projects

Contact: CESIE daria.labarbera@cesie.org

www.journeysfestival.com/journeys #JOURNEYSEurope


ATHLISI – Promotion of social integration through the training of the coaches and sport clubs

ATHLISI – Promotion of social integration through the training of the coaches and sport clubs

ATHLISI – Promotion of social integration through the training of the coaches and sport clubs

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote the social inclusion of disadvantaged target groups in sport and promote equal access to sport for everyone independently from their socioeconomic background
  • To support young people of different backgrounds to develop through their participation on sports “a shared sense of belonging and participation” and act as a tool for the integration of immigrants and other groups
  • To prevent intolerance and xenophobia in sports by promoting the integration of diverse communities (immigrants, Roma etc.) in the sport clubs and by training the coaches to manage diversity between the sport clubs and manage also the tensions, due to racist or xenophobic incidents, that may appear inside the club

  • Realisation of field research with the methodology of the Community Consultation Groups
  • Production of a comparative research report (including concrete suggestions on the way forward) on the basis of the results in all the partners’ countries
  • Development of networking and cooperation of the coaches and sport clubs with their local communities and mostly with the disadvantaged parts of these communities
  • Creation of e-learning material inclusive of audio-visual elements (videos, sounds, interactive applications etc) in order to be more attractive for the users

  • Coordinator: NPDD Koinonikhs Allileggyis Athlitismoy Irodoros Dimoy Megareo (Greece)
  • Action Synergy SA (Greece)
  • Foundation for the Promotion of Social Inclusion in Malta (Malta)
  • Nacionalno Dvizhenie Obedinenie Za Razvitie Na Sporta I Sportn (Bulgaria)
  • G.G. EUROSUCCESS Consulting LTD (Cyprus)
  • Zavod APGA (Slovenia)
  • CESIE (Italy)

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Date of project: 01/05/2016 – 31/10/2017

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

Contact: CESIE: daria.labarbera@cesie.org


SERCo – Social Entrepreneurship for Roma Communities

SERCo – Social Entrepreneurship for Roma Communities

SERCo – Social Entrepreneurship for Roma Communities

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote social economy as an effective instrument for national and EU Roma social inclusion strategies
  • To promote capacity-building and personalised support for sustainable social enterprise creation in Roma communities
  • To provide Roma mediators with the necessary skills for supporting the planning, establishment and sustainability of social enterprises within Roma communities
  • To encourage mutual learning, exchange of good practice and collaboration between all relevant stakeholders, with an emphasis to Roma communities, policy-makers, public authorities and NGOs
  • To raise cultural awareness through the direct participation of Roma communities and stakeholders

  • Analysing and comparatively assess the impact of social economy within Roma communities
  • Providing specific policy recommendations at national and EU level
  • Generation of practical guidelines and resources promoting social economy initiatives in Roma communities
  • Developing a culturally-informed joint transnational training programme for Roma mediators
  • Supporting lasting cooperation and establish a Network for Roma Social Economy

  • Needs Assessment Report [national and comparative]
  • Mapping Social Entrepreneurship in Roma Communities
  • Practical Compendiums on institutional barriers for social entrepreunership and business ideas, applicable within Roma communities
  • Guidelines for Roma social entrepreneurship and Policy Recommendations
  • Two ‘train the trainers’ circles (Roma mediators), mentoring with potential Roma social enterpreneurs: mutual and flexible learning (moodle) and 4 training modules
  • Mutual learning and exchange of good practices: 6 roundtables on exchange of good practice

  • Coordinator: University of Piraeus Research Center (Greece)
  • ERIO – European Roma Information Office (Belgium)
  • IDEA ROM Onlus (Italy)
  • AMALIPE – Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance (Bulgaria)
  • AEPMR – Association for Lifelong Learning in Rural Areas (Romania)
  • FPC – Fundació Privada Pere Closa (Spain)
  • FOUR ELEMENTS (Greece)
  • TMAF – Tolerance and Mutual Aid Foundation (Bulgaria)

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Date of project: 01/10/2015 – 01/10/2017

DG of reference: DG JUST – Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020) – Projects to support activities on non-discrimination and Roma integration

Contact: CESIE: silvia.ciaperoni@cesie.org


CoCoRa – Community Counteracting Radicalisation

CoCoRa – Community Counteracting Radicalisation

CoCoRa – Community Counteracting Radicalisation

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To contribute to improving the prevention efforts against militant Islamic radicalisation and extremism among young Muslim
  • To strengthen young Muslims active citizenship and to build a sustainable bridge between local Muslim communities and prevention professionals in order to improve collaboration, cohesion and efficiency in the efforts to empower young Muslims to active citizenship on democratic terms
  • To break down the mutual distrust and make use of the knowledge, credibility and trust that local Muslim communities hold about the local youth in risk of being radicalised

  • Developing and testing of a new prevention strategy that involves civil and local Muslim communities actively in the prevention of radicalization through the process of empowering young Muslims to feel affiliation and positive citizenship
  • Creation of prevention Program to empower and qualify youngsters to assume the so called self-including citizenship
  • Delivering prevention-workshops with professionals, stakeholders and representatives from Muslim communities

  • CoCora Collaborative Program to establish and anchor the local collaboration
  • CoCoRa Prevention Program to empower and qualify youngsters to assume the so called self-including citizenship
  • CoCora Ambassador Program to train the youngsters to present the programs and their own empowered narratives in the professional prevention efforts as well as for other young Muslims and representatives from Muslim communities, facing the same need for a participatory initiatives

  • Coordinator: mhtconsult ApS (Denmark)
  • Association pour le Développement des Initiatives Citoyennes et Européennes (France)
  • Cultures interactive e.V. Verein zur interkulturellen. Bildung und Gewaltprävention (Germany)
  • Verein Multikulturell (Austria)

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Date of project: 01/10/2015 – 01/10/2017

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Key Action 2: Co-operation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices – Strategic Partnership in the field of YOUTH

Contact: CESIE: dorothea.urban@cesie.org


BODI – Cultural diversity, body, gender, health in early childhood education

BODI – Cultural diversity, body, gender, health in early childhood education

BODI – Cultural diversity, body, gender, health in early childhood education

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo e contatti

  • To contribute to the development of education policies and practices on intercultural education, gender education and inclusion of children/parents of minority cultural backgrounds
  • To contribute to the development of the competences and tools of teachers, school staff and managers for:
  1. understanding cultural differences having an impact on early childhood education
  2. addressing issues of cultural diversity, gender, and health with the children
  3. involving parents (of migrant and non-migrant origin) and engage them in dialogue about sensitive issues such as cultural differences, gender, body, health
  • To contribute to improving schools’ capacity to address cultural diversity, to ensure that children of different cultural backgrounds and their parents are not excluded and equip children for participation in an intercultural society tolerant towards gender diversity, disability

  • Organising a training workshop for project staff at transnational level on the critical incidents methodology
  • Devising a manual and toolbox of practical activities based critical incidents method, theatre pedagogy, non-formal and intercultural pedagogy
  • Setting up an e-training course for teachers
  • Training and transferring the critical incidents method to 75 teachers of early childhood education
  • Piloting the activities in the reader for parent inclusion with 50 parents
  • Testing the activities included in the manual of practical activities with children in local schools

  • Reader of school practices on cultural diversity based on desktop research, and identification of good practices in the partner countries
  • Reader of cultural diversity based on the approach of critical incidents and cultural anthropology
  • Reader for parent inclusion based on analysis of “good practices”, identification of key elements through interviews, proposal of activities based on intercultural pedagogy
  • Manual and toolbox of practical activities to work with children
  • E-training course for teachers of early childhood education
  • An international conference and training

  • Coordinator: Elan Interculturel (France)
  • Cyprus Pedagogical Institute (Cyprus)
  • Kindervilla (Austria)
  • La Xixa Teatre (Spain)
  • CESIE (Italy)

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Date of project: 01/09/2015 – 31/08/2017

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships for SCHOOL education

Contact: CESIE: noemi.deluca@cesie.org

www.bodi-project.eu