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YSSA – Youth-led Street Sport for All

YSSA – Youth-led Street Sport for All

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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)

Follow the project IN ACTION

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


SHANARANI

SHANARANI

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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]

Follow the project IN ACTION

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


INTERFACE – Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Fragile Communities in Europe

INTERFACE – Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Fragile Communities in Europe

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INTERFACE – Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Fragile Communities in Europe

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To identify fragile communities in the partner countries and regions, which possess potential for mitigating their state of “fragility” through project interventions
  • To identify the competence gaps and training needs of fragile community members and local authorities in areas, related to the creation of sustainable new jobs and services for the betterment of these communities.
  • To provide training to community coaches and delivering pilot community workshops which will help fragile communities’ members acquiring competences they can use for solving their practical community problems and thus empowering communities
  • To transfer the project effects to other regions and countries in order to maximise the efforts of the partnership to support the revival of fragile communities across Europe.

  • Development of a competence gap analysis through desk research and surveys
  • Elaboration of INTERFACE curriculum for coaches
  • Implementation of pilot training of community coaches and community workshops
  • Creation of INTERFACE learning platform

  • Enhanced and strengthened fragile communities within their regions and countries
  • Created and piloted coaching methods and training materials and established community coaches network
  • Enhanced fragile community members’ potential to responsibly and autonomously employ innovation, creativity, analytical thinking, resourcefulness, leadership and resilience for the betterment of their communities.

  • Coordinator: Icelandic Regional Development Institute [Iceland]
  • Aitoliki Development Agency [Greece]
  • CESIE [Italy]
  • Tora Consult Ltd. [Bulgaria]
  • Tipperary County Council [Ireland]
  • Haskolinn a Bifrost [Iceland]

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/09/2017 – 31/08/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+: Key Action 2, Strategic Partnership in the field of Adult education

Contact: CESIE: dorothea.urban@cesie.org


PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills

PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills

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PRO.V.A.C.I – Volunteers’ profiles in Learning for Inclusion Skills

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contatti

  • To encourage specific volunteering actions in response to two very critical areas of the City of Palermo, educational poverty and the reception of migrants
  • To create a system for research, allocation and quality enhancement of volunteering services
  • To foster the cooperation among organisations and profiled volunteers according to specific skills

  • Mapping of organisations interested in offering volunteering experiences
  • Organising Focus-groups with leading organisations in analysing skills and competences as required by volunteers willing to be involved in volunteering pathways
  • Developing a platform for mapping, recruiting and matching between organisations and volunteers
  • Offering training pathways for host organisations and volunteers on different project areas
  • Providing assessment paths and recognition of acquired skills
  • Campaigning and awareness raising events for active citizenship: “Festival of participation” and “Citizens in Movement”

  • Online platform www.provaci.org as virtual place for accreditation of organisations and volunteers, allowing precise matching between volunteering and demand. The platform also allows the circulation and exchange of ideas and good practices related to the world of collaborative economics
  • Set of materials and training activities for organisations and future volunteers in the field of educational poverty and migrant reception
  • 100 activated and complete profile match between organisations/service providers and volunteers
  • 50 active Action-Support-Groups
  • 100 Skills booklets, certification templates and volunteers’ skills recognition

  • Coordinator: Per Esempio
  • ASCC – Associazione Siciliana Consumo Consapevole
  • Municipality of Palermo – Department for Participation and Mobility
  • Libera, Palermo
  • SEND
  • University of Palermo – Department of Psychological, Pedagogical and Training Sciences
  • CESIE

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 13/02/2017 – 13/08/2018

Institution of reference: Fondazione CON IL SUD, WITH PARTICIPATION OF THE SOUTH – The Volunteering Promotion Initiative

Contact: CESIE: tiziana.giordano@cesie.org


Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment  to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

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Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To improve education attainment assessment enabling properly judge the quality of education management system with regard to the content and resources in use
  • To strengthen the role and quality of assessment to mirror quality of instruction, curriculum and funding of the education programme
  • To strengthen and empower MoES, MoF, local authorities, institutions involved in different types of assessment, local communities and civil society organisations in collaborating more effectively towards better and efficient use of results of assessment and address the needs timely
  • To advise involved actors on the ways and means of efficient use of resources to address the revealed shortcomings and needs of the national education assessment

  • Carrying out the country-wide student assessment together with the Ministry of Education, authorised testing and assessment institutions and involved Development Partners, that will compile, generate and analyse a wide range of education attainment assessment data and information to review common problems and to take stock of policy options
  • Facilitating the negotiations of the government bodies, local authorities, academic society, School Boards of Trustees and CSOs on joint courses of action to address ongoing or emerging education assessment challenges and efficient budget spending, sharing knowledge with all actors in the education community
  • Advising involved actors on the ways and means of translating revealed assessment shortcomings and needs into the decision and policy framework at the country level and, through technical expertise, help build national capacity

  • Improved instructions, curriculum and funding in response to the assessment outcomes
  • Strengthened the participatory decision-making process through operational dialogue platform between the government bodies, local authorities, institutions involved in different types of assessment, local communities and civil society organisations on joint actions
  • Provided policy advice based on best practice and knowledge applicable for the country political context

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • ZELENIY ALYANS (Kyrgyz Republic)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/01/2017 – 30/06/2018

DG of reference: DG DEVCO, EU Delegation to the Kyrgyz Republic – EuropeAid, Asia & Central Asia: Action Grant

Contact: CESIE: dorothea.urban@cesie.org


A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a  European Network of law enforcement Agencies

A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

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A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To offer comprehensive training on the different EU police communication channels and EU information exchange mechanisms and instruments
  • To exchange best practices regarding the functioning of Single Points of Operational Contact (SPOCs), and/or to establish a format for regular contacts of SPOC heads and staff, focusing on training needs and activities
  • To identify common workflow requirements for SPOCs in Member States and development of related guidelines as a basis for SPOC staff training

  • Developing an effective coordination of training on law enforcement information exchange for SPOCs staff and relevant SPOC “stakeholders”
  • Organising awareness campaigns on SPOCs activities
  • Promoting a common law enforcement culture and creation of a consolidated proactive network of SPOC Heads and staff
  • Creating a repository of good practices regarding training on EU law enforcement information exchange, taking into account related existing curricula and results of related initiatives
  • Setting up of an European Network of SPOC staff and Heads of SPOC

  • National quality manual for international law enforcement cooperation
  • SPOC training platform (on line learning modules, webinar, educators’ support)
  • SPOC Roadshows, local seminars for raising interest in SPOC activities in favor of field officers
  • Study visits in EU and EU associated countries, Workshop on study visit outcomes, Meeting for discussion on SPOC training tools proposals, training strategy – modules included

  • Coordinator: Ministero dell’Interno – Direzione Centrale della Polizia Criminale – SCIP Servizio per la Cooperazione Internazionale di Polizia (Italy)
  • State Police Latvia (Latvia)
  • General Inspectorate of Romanian Police (Romania)
  • The Malta Police Force (Malta)
  • Ministry of Interior – International Operational Cooperation (Bulgaria)
  • Ministry of Interior – Deputy State Secretariat for EU and International Relations (Hungary)
  • Belgian Federal Police (Belgium)
  • Southeast European Law Enforcement Center – SELEC (Romania)
  • CESIE (Italy)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Dates of project: 01/11/2016 30/04/2019

DG of reference: DG HOME, Internal Security Fund – Police, Law Enforcement Training [HOME/2015/ISFP/AG/LETX]

Contact: CESIE athena@cesie.org