ALCE – Second Newsletter

Saturday 1 February 2014

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alce_web_newAppetite for learning comes with eating. Food as a way to relate women from different social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds. ALCE project aims at developing intercultural and intergenerational learning competencies, through a series of group activities designed for acquiring civic and cooking skills.

To learn more about the project, please read the second newsletter of the project.

Rethinking autonomy without acronyms: reflections from the local training

Rethinking autonomy without acronyms: reflections from the local training

CIVILHOOD addressed the autonomy of young migrants, emphasizing the complexity of their experiences and the need for flexible approaches. Challenges include the difficulty in defining autonomy and the impact of the dynamics of reception on their growth and integration. The CIVILHOOD project has developed educational resources to support practitioners and volunteers in addressing these challenges.

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