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EPALE

Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

migrant inclusion

Professional educators, teachers, youth and social workers, cultural mediators, psychologists, psychoanalysts are invited to visit the online platform www.exuli.eu. An Erasmus+ Key Action 2 - strategic cooperation for innovation in the field of Youth, focusing on migrants, empowerment, trauma and communicative expression. The platform shares the intellectual outputs of the project, hosting also a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC), now open, and a Community of Practice. EXULI is the result of European cooperation between non-formal education organizations and Lacanian psychoanalysis forums from Italy, France, Greece, and Spain

The seven partners of the project "Integration Through Arts Learning to Enhance Society" (I-TALES 2019 1 IT02 KA204 062118) will meet in Massafra, a town in Puglia, South Italy, for their kick off meeting from 3rd to 6th January 2020. The staff members of Italy (coordinator), Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania, Portugal and Spain will share a common understanding of the project objectives, the work plan, the expected results, the LTTA methodology of work, the management and administrative requirements.

The purpose of our project is to give service of distance education for all course attendees especially housewives, university students, and refugees. Thus, we will help adults to gain features in both liberal education and vocational area with different branches. Within our project, a web site that includes educational contents like videos and photos has been prepared. A platform that our students can benefit from educational activities whenever they want has been presented.

Civil society engagement has been increasingly addressed in the public discussion due to the increased flight movement in 2015. Many initiatives were spontaneously formed to provide care for the arriving refugees in Austria. Relatively quickly, some of the loose associations developed professional organisational structures and in this form - to some extent to this day - have supported inclusion work in the field of migration.

By the end of 2018, more than 645,000 Syrian and other refugee children were enrolled in Turkish public schools and temporary education centres across the country – a five per cent increase over the previous school year. Over 47,000 young Syrian and Turkish children were enrolled in early childhood education. The Conditional Cash Transfer for Education for refugee children expanded significantly in 2018, from 188,500 children enrolled in January to nearly 411,000 in December.

Business women

The Erasmus+ Financial and Economic literacy of Migrant women for ENtrepreneurship INclusion project enables educators to support migrant women to build financial, digital, literacy and numeracy skills which benefit their lives in a multitude of ways. Benefits include everything from being able to make sound financial decisions through to embarking on an entrepreneurial career. The project brings together partners from six EU countries.

2 December 2019
by UK National Agency
(en)
The Final Conference of Adult Migrant Integration Experts’ project that took place in Athens, Greece. The event took place in the Athenian University, at auditorium Drakopoulou in the Central Building of Ethniko Kapodistriako Panepistimio Athinon, on the 22nd October 2019. – the Adult Migrant Integration Experts project (ADMIRE) is an Erasmus+ project that aimed to- develop a Migrant Integration Expert Curriculum for Adult educators, migrant support workers and members of migrant communities in order to - promote empowerment, participation and active citizenship of all migrants. The project is coordinated by the University of Peloponnese in Greece, with the collaboration of five other partners from Cyprus, France, Ireland, Italy and Spain. It is implemented from October 2017 to September 2019. The event was hosted in with the aim of presenting the outputs and online resources developed as part of the ADmiRE project and highlighting the project’s approach to supporting adults to be migrant integration experts. UOP members presented the ADmiRE outputs and the main guidelines of the project’s philosophy. The presentation was based on the relative elaborated scientific paper. Other stakeholders and members of migrant communities participated in the conference and made significant interventions.
26 November 2019
by MARIA XESTERNOU
(el)
Wednesday 15 January 2020 to Tuesday 17 March 2020

Migrant Liter@cies MOOC

The Migrant Literacies MOOC is a free online course created within the project Migrant Literacies co-funded by the Erasmus Plus programme of the European Commission. The partnership of the project involves experts working with migrants and literacy teaching of institutions working in the field of media education, adult education and higher Education of 8 European Countries: Mediawijs (Belgium), Tartu Folk Highschool (Estonia), Centro Zaffiria and Fo.Co. Network ( Italy), JFF – Institut für Medienpädagogik(Germany), Tilburg University (Netherlands), POLIS (Poland), Proacademy (Slovakia) and SSF – Solidaridad Sin Fronteras (Spain). The course is made of 9 modules and explores the potentials of innovative and creative uses of ICT and Media in the effective teaching of Literacy to migrant adults. Objective of the course is to develop media and digital literacy competences of educators, while addressing the needs and challenges of their learners – adult migrants, in particular those with low literacy levels in the own language. Through videos, activities and background information, participants get to know more on various topics such as the importance of multiple literacies, why using ICT in language learning, data privacy and App usage, the potentials of using mobile media and the use of digital technologies for empowerment of learners. It is aimed at educators working with adult migrants, as well as at institutions able to implement training activities for teachers and teaching staff: Universities, Centers of Research and Training, Adult Education Centers, Networks of Associations working with Migrants, national and European organizations. The course strts the 15th of January 2020 and goes until the 17th of March. Each module will have the duration of one week, starting every Wednesday and ending Tuesdays with a streaming session scheduled for 14:00h (CET). During the week participants can use the forum for feedback, questions and interact with the tutors, which will be also available real time for the streaming session at the end of each module. More information about the programme, project and projects activities can be found at the website of the project www.migrantliteracies.eu
Thursday 19 December 2019, Italy

Family In Tow(n): scoperte sul campo. Analisi, buone prassi e prospettive. Ricongiungimento familiare e processi di integrazione dei nuclei migrantii

L'evento rappresenta la restituzione dell'esperienza del progetto "Family in Town(n)" realizzato da ASA Onlus durante l'anno, in partenariato con Acli Catania e cofinanziato dalla Fondazione Sicilia. La tavola rotonda consentirà di riflettere, a partire dall'esperienza maturata, sulle prospettive di accoglienza, sui processi di integrazione socio-culturale dei nuclei famigliari migranti e sulla possibilità di fare rete sul territorio. Saranno inoltre comunicati e discussi la metodologia operativa e i risultati ottenuti.
Wednesday 27 November 2019, Italy

Famiglia ricongiungimento familiare rfl unità diritti umani

Si svolgerà a Catania, il 27 novembre 2019 alle ore 17,30 presso la sala della Croce Rossa Italiana - Comitato di Catania (Via Etnea n.353) il seminario “Legami Familiari- Ricongiungimento familiare e pratiche di RFL (Restringe Family Links)”.

Il seminario, inserito in una serie di incontri del progetto “Family in tow(n)” di Asa Onlus (Associazione Solidarietà Adozioni Onlus), in partenariato con Acli Catania e cofinanziato dalla Fondazione Sicilia, è organizzato con la collaborazione della Croce Rossa Italiana - Comitato di Catania.

Friday 13 December 2019, Austria

Über Grenzen Denken – Buchpräsentation und Projektabschluss

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Komm-bib – der Fachverband kommunaler Bibliotheken lädt ein zur Buchpräsentation und zum Projektabschluss von „Über Grenzen Denken“  -  Erzählungen von Inspiration und Mut auf neuen Wegen im Arbeitsfeld Bildung und regionaler Entwicklung.

Es erwarten Sie Impulsvorträge und Erzählungen voll Erfahrungen aus dem Arbeitsleben von Menschen, denen Entwicklung ein Anliegen ist. Eine Botschaft an alle Engagierten, dass gewinnt, wer wagt. Eine Publikation voller Ideen, Projekte, persönlicher Erlebnisse und Anregungen.

Wednesday 11 December 2019, Poland

Organizacje pozarządowe a prawa człowieka

Jak co roku, 10 grudnia obchodzony jest Międzynarodowy Dzień Praw Człowieka.  Z tej okazji Koło Naukowe HUMAN RIGHTS UR oraz inne Koła Naukowe funcjonujące na Uniwersytecie Rzeszowskim organizują konferencję  Organizacje pozarządowe a prawa człowieka.

Ze strony ogranizatora:

A Definition of Intercultural Key Competences of Science Educators/Explainers. This will provide a basis for science centers and science museums to identify the potential training needs of their staff in order to raise the intercultural quality of their programmes.

Handbook for Adult Science Education Institutions. The handbook/toolkit will serve as a quick-start toolkit for institutions interested in improving their institution as inclusive science learning places for adult refugees and migrants and in offering relevant science learning activities. The handbook will e.g. include good practice examples and lessons learned from intercultural small scale activities, an intercultural/diversity scan for science centers and museums.

EPALE Serbia National Support Service issues an electronic magazine tied to thematic focuses on EPALE. The magazine contains a selection of most red blogs on the platform translated into Serbian and other articles relevant to adult education in Serbia and Europe.

In accordance with the EPALE thematic focus in the period form March to May 2019, this issue of magazine is dedecated to the topic of citizenship education.

Parents For All training materials tackle cultural, educational, social and psychological parameters involved in migrant integration, parent cooperation and diversity management. Common concerns of parents are dealt with, and a number of activities encourage parents to take the initiative and get to know better migrant/refugee parents. Materials can be used for self-study, for discussion in trainer-facilitated meetings or both in combination.

The INCREA serious game is an interactive simulation that allows the user to stake contents, ideas, attitudes, skills within an immersive and realistic simulation. The game aims at fostering entrepreneurship spirit, by exploiting personal cultural background. 

The game is based on the learning material that have been developed during the project and partners designed it in such a way that successful completion of its levels requires a genuine understanding of the INCREA concepts. It provides short scenarios displayed as questions within the game.

The Manual aims at supporting migrants become creative entrepreneurs and run their business successfully. It summarizes project results  along with a series of rules and basic practice about “how to run a business”. It will define a set of clear, simple and adaptable advises for creative entrepreneurs willing to understand more about this field.

ReGap is an Erasmus+ project whose goal is to reduce the educational inequalities of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, through open-source e-learning courses about employment, health, social security, education, gender and justice. The courses are translated into English, Portuguese, Italian, Norwegian and Macedonian, and can be used fully online or in a blended mode (with an educator in the classroom).

The GVETS online training was created to provide a free access multidisciplinary capacity building program for social workers and other professionals who work with migrant children, in order to strengthen their role in the protection of children. The training covers the topics of migration, child protection, crisis management, guidance, critical social work, social worker soft skills and digital skills. The entire training is available in English, and selected parts are available in partners' local languages (Hungarian, Italian, Greek, Luthuanian, Spanish, Portuguese)
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