In a collaborative effort among European schools, we will investigate how European teachers can approach and develop teaching in the 4 emerging subject areas: technology enhancement, sustainable learning, entrepreneurship, and playful learning.
Social inclusion and integration
Building social bridges and sense of community of all youth through the co-creation of leisure activities.
Increasing the competences of youth workers in nature-based environmental education, with the aim to promote active participation, inclusion, youth empowerment and engagement of young people coming from disadvantaged urban areas.
Promote inclusive practices in and through sport to increase the inclusion of young people with disabilities and young people at risk of social exclusion.
Visual art as a means to promote the expression of young people with autism spectrum disorders and down syndrome, and to actively include them in society by developing their capacity to become actors of social change.
Upskilling Pathways for low-skilled adults to increase the employability, the inclusion and contribute to systemic change in regional/national/European approaches and strategies through participation and civic and democratic engagement.
Reinventing mainstream classrooms introducing intercultural education and new technologies to promote social inclusion for migrants in primary education.
Training and innovation actions to increase the entrepreneurial skills of people with migration background, to reduce the risk of marginalization and exclusion.
Training and innovation actions to improve trainers’ skills and people with migration background language skills through the creation of a European Map of Experiences in Host Countries.
ENABLE – ENABLing School Integration of migrant and refugee children through social and Emotional learning interventions to address psychosocial trauma
Promoting the social and emotional development of Migrant, Refugee and Displaced Children (MRDC) through culturally sensitive, school-based interventions designed to deal with the negative effects of psychosocial trauma.
To raise awareness about the importance of history education for migrant people in order to gain insights into their country of residence’s past thus fostering an understanding of it and promoting participation in its society.
Supporting the integration of young migrants and refugees into the labour market by adopting an approach based on skills assessment, the design of a customised curriculum and practical guidance and support for the provision of workshops in local contexts.
Increase knowledge and awareness related to personal finance management among girls and young women suffering from social exclusion.
Use the participatory approach of Theory of Change to make VET providers more inclusive of migrant women, and enhance migrant women’s transversal competencies and leadership skills, contributing to their personal empowerment.
Artistic and cultural tools to promote the social inclusion and civic engagement of youth.