Power of Education
KA210-SCH - Small-scale partnerships in school education
1) To develop innovative, ICT based, methodology for enhancing the intercultural competences and skills of both teachers and students;
2) To emphasize the connection between cultural heritage, all school subjects and non formal education ;
3) To stimulate collaboration between the participating countries through exchange of good practices;
4) To strengthen the profile of the teacher's profession and thus increase motivation for lifelong learning;
5) To encourage schools-youth organizations partnership.
6) To create toolkit (a guide book for educators combines formal and non-formal education in different age group)
Break the Silence
Stop Domestic Violence
It is a long term project with the aim to develop key generic competences of youth workers in order to improve quality of work with vulnerable young people who are victims of domestic violence, based on principles of youth work and non-formal education.
The project includes two mobility activities. During the first meeting participants will improve their knowledge about domestic violence, will be explored new non-formal methods to work on the topic and prepare one day workshop or action to develop in their home country; On the second meeting, participants will be gathered to share their experience from their home activities, work on future cooperation, as well as to develop youth workers further competencies for promoting youth welfare and encouraging vulnerable youth active participation in local community, in order to enhance their healthy family relations;
PARTICIPANT COUNTRIES: Germany,Bulgaria, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine
EVERYONE HAS A STORY TO TELL
"Everyone Has a Story to Tell"- Digital Storytelling for Social Inclusion aims at bringing youth workers together and teach them what digital storytelling is and how they can use it as a tool for working with young people with fewer opportunities who are at risk of marginalisation, diverse cultural, socially vulnerable youth and exclusion from their communities. During the project the participants will go through a process of creating their own digital storytelling and will learn how to facilitate similar workshops in their communities. The youth workers will give inspiration and motivation to young people with a special emphasis on how to use digital methods for bringing up their voice who otherwise do not have many possibilities to share their stories and needs.
PARTICIPANTS COUNTRIES: Geramany, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Turkey, Italy, Greece, Spain.
This is my Story
The project is for youth workers who works with young people daily, also have implemented youth exchanges or trainings and feel the need to improve their understanding and ability to deal with potential conflict that can arise.
The project includes 2 mobility activites : The first meeting (A1) will bring about an integrated approach to conflict management for youth workers active in national, regional and the larger local organizations. It will discuss conflict and the conflict management in a holistic way, meaning that all stages of the conflict will be addressed, starting from the conflict within oneself to the biggest and most uncontrolled way of conflict. It will be prepared one day workshop or action to develop in their home country by the participants; on the second meeting (A2), participants will be gathered to share their experience from their home activities, as well as work on future cooperation and improve their skills as youth workers;
PARTICIPANT COUNTRIES: Germany, Slovakia, Portugal, The Netherlands, Bulgaria, Turkey