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EPALE

Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

Social inclusion

TRACK project addressed socially disadvantaged informal carers dealing with people affected by Alzheimer, to support them during their caring experience and beyond, by reinforcing their well-being, skills, and employability.

Arts and Disability Ireland and The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Office of VSA and Accessibility are proud to announce a call for proposals for a unique European Summit titled From Access to Inclusion 2020 taking place from 11th -14th May in Dublin, Ireland.

ADI and The Kennedy Center are now accepting proposals for summit sessions. 

 

Summit Session Types 

The Council of Europe are inviting everyone to take part in a language challenge around the European Day of Languages! The 51 challenges within the handbook encourage learners to go outside their comfort zone and take advantage of the opportunities to practice or learn more about a language.

Millions of people had fled from the Syrian war to neighbouring countries, as of September 2019 and there are over 3.6 million registered Syrian refugees in Turkey. Although the majority of Syrians live in south-east Turkey, there are also a large number of refugees scattered to other parts of the country.
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)

In line with the thematic focus of EPALE platform in the period from August to September, which was on Social inclusion of marginalized groups through adult learning, we spoke with three teachers working in the FEEA system in Serbia - Kristijan Bagi, Assistant Director at School for FEEA in Sombor, Kristina Jovičić-Grmaš , a Serbian language teacher at the School for FEEA "Sveti Sava" in Novi Sad and Boris Hekel, Assistant Director at the "Petar Petrovic Njegos" Elementary School in Zrenjanin. They were so kind to answer our questions regarding their experience in working with adult learners.

31 October 2019
by Uros Velickovic
(en)
n terms of adult educators, the problems related to learning in the workplace fall into two main categories. 1.    The first is to understand and reveal how individuals solve workplace problems through learning, which are becoming increasingly complex and even difficult to notice. Some of these problems are: a.    to bring interdisciplinary teams and work together in integrating new technologies and improving the flow of business processes, b.    to end inequalities and prejudices in the workplace, and c.    to allow individuals to become aware of their own power to change the conditions of their work.
21 October 2019
by Mehmet Ocak
(en)

"Vulnerable groups" is a syntagma that implies different groups of citizens, and certainly includes members of minority ethnic groups, regardless of the basis of that status. There is legislation that protects the rights of vulnerable groups, but promoting equal opportunities for all is the responsibility of society as a whole.

19 October 2019
by Natalija Budinski
(en)
Monday 22 June 2020 to Thursday 25 June 2020, North America

World Congress on Education (WCE) 2020

The World Congress on Education (WCE-2020) will be held from the 22nd to 25th of June at the University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada. It is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The WCE-2020 promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education. The WCE-2020 main theme is Global Issues in Education and Research.

Thursday 20 August 2020 to Saturday 22 August 2020, Ireland

#EAIR2020 in Cork - Sustaining the Future of Higher Education

Sustaining the Future of Higher Education

If you think this forum is about recycling, think again! This forum address the critical role of higher education professionals in preparing their organisations for the future, be they senior leaders, policy makers, academics, researchers or practitioners. 

 

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 1 January 2020 to Tuesday 30 June 2020, Czech Republic

Pečovat a žít - vzdělávací program na podporu pečujících

» Chcete zkvalitnit život svůj, své rodiny i komunity lidí kolem vás?
» Hledáte smysluplnou práci s ohledem na své rodinné možnosti?  
» Zajímají vás společensky prospěšné aktivity?
» Pečujete o blízkého rodinného příslušníka se zdravotním postižením či v seniorním věku?
» Bydlíte v Praze a okolí?

Půlroční program, který zahrnuje 9 prezenčních dní, psychologickou podporu a konzultace na míru je BEZPLATNÝ.

Účastníkům a účastnicím se poskytuje finanční příspěvek na „péči“ v době výuky ve výši 6300 Kč. 

Program:

Saturday 25 January 2020, Slovenia

Gradniki gibanja

Seminar je namenjen učenju Gradnikov gibanja - oblik gibanja, ki spodbujajo razvoj osnovnih gibalnih vzorcev, ki so temelj našega delovanja in podlaga vsakemu učenju in delovanju. Gradniki so lahko naša spodbuda v vseh življenjskih obdobjih, največkrat pa so uporabljeni pri spodbudi razvoja v zgodnjem obdobju, tudi pri otrocih s posebnimi potrebami, in ohranjanju ter spodbujanju delovanja v tretjem življenjskem obdobju.

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.

In the framework of the project Erasmus+ PRODOME, the study "The state of the art of domestic work in Europe" (deliverable 1) has been produced, based on desk and field research involving 54 experts and 109 domestic housekeepers via semi-directive interviews, a Delphi exercise and questionnaires.

The main findings are the following ones:

Manual for trainers to run a comprehensive training course to educate and empower Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEN/D) individuals at school or in the workplace to prevent and tackle bullying, from the project "DisAbuse Disablist Bullying".

 

DESCRIPTION of the project

The purpose of the document is to identify the current situation and gaps between migrants’ level of skills regarding their language, digital and entrepreneurial competences and the actual needs existing in the creative industries sector.

The objective of the Intellectual Output 3 of the EUMentorSTEM project was to assist the career progression of migrant women with a STEM background through mentoring and coaching which aims to develop their soft skills and competencies. Therefore, a training programme was organised by all partner countries to meet the specific needs of the target audience. The methodology for this project has been built on Mentoring Circles™, which was developed by Inova Consultancy and has been adapted to EUMentoring in order to suit the needs of migrant women with a background in STEM.

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