Aprendiendo Europa en la Escuela
Start date: Jan 1, 2015,
End date: Sep 30, 2015
The Project intends to promote an active European Citizenship in children’s education, through working on European values and interculturality in 4 rural schools (3 to 12 year-old children). The volunteers will be part of the ADEGUA’s Europe Direct relay team; ADEGUA being an association located in Baena, Córdoba, in the Andalusian region. The three volunteers, 18-20 years old and including youth with fewer opportunities, will participate for 6 months, together with the relay’s staff, in the implementation of workshops for all the pupils on a regular basis. In addition to that, the volunteers will be involved in a wider dissemination of the Erasmus Plus programme, and EVS, participating in local media productions, informing the public of the Youth Houses and making presentations in other Schools. The methodology is based on the non formal education methods, promoting the initiative and autonomy of the team members in the framework of an efficient planning and coordination and a continuous support. The project foresees as some of its results the raising of the European Awareness among pupils and indirectly in the schools' communities (pupils, teachers, parents) and in the local society through the intercourse with the volunteers. In the long term, we think that the project will contribute towards a more open and diverse society in the context of a united Europe.
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