EU ALTC – European Active Learning Training course – in Innsbruck, Austria

Tuesday 15 October 2013

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ALCE - EU ALTC - European Active Learning Training course - a Innsbruck, AustriaThis autumn is turning to be quite busy for the women of ALCE (Appetite for learning comes with eating), coming from different cultures and generations; the preparation of the European Road map of cultural events, that is happening simultaneously in November in the cities of each partner country: Palermo (Italy), Innsbruck (Austria), Kaunas (Lithuania), Liverpool (UK) and Paris (France), is already taking place.

A very crucial moment for the development of this phase was the EU Active Learning Training Course, an international meeting that took place in Innsbruck (Austria) from 29th September to 2nd   October 2013. During this event, a group of 15 women (two participants and one trainer from each of the countries groups), met and shared ideas about the cultural events, exchanged impressions and got to know each other in a very friendly and interactive environment. Despite the language barriers, the group successfully managed to communicate and develop common strategies for preparation of cultural events that will be organized in November!

In the same time when the EU ALTC took place, a meeting was held by the coordinators to decide the next stages of the project.

For further information, please contact Maja Brkusanin maja.brkusanin@cesie.org, Soad Ibrahim soad.ibrahim@cesie.org.

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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