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Volunteer Organizations' Input on Community Education - project Ebook

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Posted by Dita Bulínová

6 volunteer organizations from Austria, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Hungary , and Romania started the project “Volunteer Organizations‘ Input to Community Education (VOICE)” under the EU-programme Erasmus+. Within this project partners explored the community education approach practiced by volunteer centers, intercultural centers as well as neighborhood centers, and exchanged their expertise in providing non-formal learning and training opportunities for their communities.

As a result of this project they created this E-Book with an input about community education, practical tips on implementation of community education in local communities, the role and success factors of volunteer/neighbourhood/intercultural centers as important providers of community education as well as a good practice collection of learning and training programs offered by the involved partners.As a result of this project they created this E-Book with an input about community education, practical tips on implementation of community education in local communities, the role and success factors of volunteer/neighbourhood/intercultural centers as important providers of community education as well as a good practice collection of learning and training programs offered by the involved partners.

 

Table of contents: 

• Introduction  

• Chapter I - Community education 

• Chapter II - Implementation and funding of community education project

• Chapter III - The success factors of community education programmes, and community education practitioners 

• Chapter IV - Importance of volunteer-led centres as access into and providers of community education (CE) How to bring volunteer-led NGOs with local centres into mainstream? How to recognise their value?

• Chapter V - Impact of community/education/programmes/services/providers and proof of it.

• Chapter VI - How to inspire NGOs to use CE and to learn from our findings. PR, Promotion and Dissemination of CE on local and European level

• Chapter VII - Good practices

Resource Author(s): 
Gemeinsam leben & lernen in Europa, Passau (Germany)
Intergenerational and Volunteer Center TOTEM, Pilsen (Czech Republic)
Stadtlabor Graz, Graz (Austria)
Intercultural Center of Kuopio (Finland) Kuopion Settlementti Puijola ry, Monikulttuurikeskus Kompassi
Centrul de Voluntariat Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
Auróra / Marom Budapest (Hungary)
Publication Date:
Saturday, 31 August, 2019
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Type of resource: 
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