Would you like to share your recipes? ALCE is just right for you

Tuesday 2 April 2013

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Vuoi scambiare la tua ricetta?An infoday for the ALCE training course (Appetite for Learning comes with Eating), funded by the European Commission through the Grundtvig Lifelong Learning programme, took place at the CESIE offices on the 21st of March 2013. The participants were given the opportunity to discover the project’s objectives along with proposed activities and possible mobility opportunities. The project is aimed at two age groups: both adult women and over-60s in order to promote intergenerational and intercultural dialogue.

During the meeting the various learning modules (exchange of traditional recipes and natural cures, event creation, the conception of a recipe book) were presented and the participants were able to watch the demonstration of both a natural remedy and a traditional recipe made with avocado by a participant from the Dominican Republic.

CESIE is still looking for three immigrant women who are interested in cooking, natural remedies and sharing and would be available to participate in the training course from April to June 2013.

If you are interested in participating or would just like to know more, contact Maja or Soad.

Tel: 091 616 4224

e-mail: maja.brkusanin@cesie.org or come and see us at the CESIE office at via Roma 94, Palermo.

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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