This last year, with RENYO, 36 young people from 7 community for minors in Sicily were involved in the implementation of the Authentic Inquiry, an innovative methodology developed by the University of Gloucestershire, UK.
The ORIENT project aims to enhance social inclusion by bringing together disadvantaged young people to discover their local urban and natural communities through orienteering.
Are you an education professional looking for new opportunities to further develop your skills and actively contribute to the wellbeing of youth? Seize the day and get involved in the training offered by PAClife project!
On this International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, we offer you an overview of active initiatives on the topic, remembering that sport can be a great opportunity for social reintegration and lifelong learning.
How to support young tutors to enhance their competences and have them recognized? And how to facilitate the engagement of marginalized youths in educational paths? Check out GEN Y/Z SCOODLE project!
On February 9th, we celebrate the Safer Internet Day “Together for a better Internet”. With our projects we want to promote the conscious use of the web and digital civic education, both for young people and for adults, underlining how the web and information technologies can be important in our life, but we must be very careful how use them without incurring in offensive acts and/or be victims of that.
The 25 by 25 project aims to encourage marginalised young people to increase their interactions with cultural activities and experiences and support them to achieve 25 cultural experiences by the age of 25 years old.
It is since January 2019 that the EU co-financed Erasmus+ project ‘REC: Reflect, Experiment, Capture: Experimental Filmmaking to Prevent Violence and Empower Disadvantaged Young People’ has been in place.
The objective of this transnational Research Report is to provide knowledge about human trafficking among youth in partner countries of the project, its methods of advancing, its exploitation and the different practices for emergence, identification and support for young victims.
Paclife has prepared a Program of Physical and Cultural Activities based on the development of the five basic skills (5 Cs) identified within the framework of the Positive Youth Development (PYD), namely “competence, confidence, connection, character, & caring”.
This year counts the 4° Edition of the Erasmus Days! CESIE has organised some offline and online events where best practices and experiences carried on during the Erasmus+ projects implementation will be discussed.
Have a look at the events and at the topic and join us!
For the 5th year, the European Commission promotes the European Week of Sport with the #BeActive campaign. Here is a roundup of our initiatives about sport headed by all our Unit.
Your creativity can have a positive social change. Make your voice heard! Participate in our Experimental Video Contest and help us to spread a culture of non-violence!
Whether you are a student that wants to improve his/her curriculum and his/her life experiences or that you are a teacher, trainer or mentor that wants to learn how to support his/her students in undertaking this experience, INCAS is the project for you.
Despite some initial setbacks encountered due to Covid-19 restrictions, project partners have been working hard in the last few months to develop a set of games as sports-like activities divided by levels to support educators to deliver the activities to young offenders (both from secure or community settings) and develop their socio-emotional competences.