The effectiveness of the local and European network in the prevention of bullying

Tuesday 10 June 2014

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ean-ancona-webCESIE took part in the National event of the project EAN – European Antibullying Network, organised by COSS Marche in Ancona on May 4th.

The central issue of the event was the value and effectiveness of working in a network both at local and international level.

CESIE had the opportunity of introducing its organisation, training pathways – approaches and methodologies – so as to contribute to the fight against bullying, and more!

CESIE has been committed for several years in fighting multiple discriminations, specifically including the theme of bullying. Tangible examples of the approach for youth workers, teachers, trainers:

How to widen and support the Network?

CESIE proposes different tools:

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To make the most out of our work in various subject areas and directed to different target groups, there is now a results’ catalogue of products developed in the last years.
You can seek guidance, training and teaching material with a focus on the various methodologies, and much more.

New European Programmes 2014-2020, let’s re-start together!

CESIE intends to inform its partners and beneficiaries on new opportunities for funding and cooperation offered by the European Commission for the period 2014-2020, in the framework of the new Operational Programmes.

We will constantly update this section with the latest news from the European Commission. In the following section you will find an overview of the programmes in the fields of education, youth, sport, research and citizenship.

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Take a look at the slides to learn more!

Attending: Council representative for educational policies from the Municipality of Ancona and spokespersons of the Marche Region.

For further information please contact luisa.ardizzone@cesie.org

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This publication has been produced with the financial support of the Daphne III Programme of the European Commission. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of CESIE and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.

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