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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe



Art of Inclusion - Best Practices

Language: EN

Posted by Eleonora DI LIBERTO

It is the final publication of the Erasmus+ strategic partneship "Art of Inclusion" where it was explored the potential of art as a vehicle of learning and sharing of methods and techniques for the creation of learning opportunities for adults with disability.

It contains a description of the best practices developed and exchanged during the project “Art of Inclusion” in the field of social inclusion through and as an “art”. It contains the most relevant results of the project and shows how Art combined with transnationality can be key elements for the cultural, personal and social learning of adult people with disability.

It is the result of the cooperation of the 4 project partners (Associazione Uniamoci Onlus - coordinator - from Italy, Centro Social e Paroqial Santos Màrtires from Portugal, Diakonisches Werk Bremen e.v. from Germany and Fundatia Crestina Diakonia Filiala Sfantu Gheorghe from Romania) who analyzed the nefits of making art in adult learning of people with disability, how the exchange of educational and inclusive appraches was developed during the project, the potential of the trasnational dimension in adult education of people with disability, the main elements that made the project successful from the parallel local activities the virtual meetings and an extraordinary partnership.

The aim of the pubblication is to promote the replicability of activities and methods in other organizations who work in the field of adult education of people with disability.

Resource Author(s): 
Eleonora Di Liberto - Associazione Uniamoci Onlus; Sérgio Conde Afonso - Centro Social e Paroqial Santos Màrtires; Jurgen Stein - Diakonisches Werk Bremen e.v.
Publication Date:
Friday, 30 August, 2019
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Type of resource: 
Studies and Reports
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