In this section you can find the newsletters of the IDEA project.
This is an Authentic Inquiry training programme available for European practitioners working with disengaged young people and/or young offenders to use in their own settings.
The present Comprehensive report encloses a review of the state of art regarding social impact measurement and best practices in each partner country, namely Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Norway, Israel, Portugal, Poland and Greece.
This research includes the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data related to the use of the Authentic Inquiry with educators and young people.
In this section you can find the newsletters of the ReFace project.
The ECHO-Tourism Guide is an awareness-raising tool to be used by both tourism professionals and tourists.
The Skills Profile points out the skills and responsibilities needed to develop a successful role of Mental Health Champion within VET organisations, in line with the ESCO classification.
This is an interactive assessment tool for VET organisations to benchmark their current mental health inclusion policies.
The Mental Health+ Charter presents the minimum requirements that VET organisations should adhere to in order to consider their provision inclusive of learners with mental health challenges.
The European report provides information on current developments and policies towards mental health inclusion, the main actors in mental health inclusion in European countries as well as emerging trends of mental health inclusion within VET in European countries.
This eBook aims to summarise the current state of mental health inclusion and promote best practices collected in partner countries as well as throughout Europe, especially those concerning how a more open, embracing and welcoming school environment can be established.
ReFace Syllabus offers the methodological framework for the MOOC “Regions facing shocks: building resilient community”.
This guide aims to enable adult education centres to follow the Design Thinking process, enabling them to implement the method in their own organisation or networks.
The REFORM methodology wants to strengthen students’ relational and interpersonal skills such as: listening, dialogue, collaboration, team work, necessary for the labour market.
Discover REFORM through the 4 newsletters that have been sent during the years of implementation of the project.