Start date: Aug 1, 2016,
End date: May 31, 2017
The "Social Street" project is a multi activity, consisting of a training course and an international exchange, which will address social inclusion concerns of adolescents in urban areas. The project will involve a total of 60 youngsters: 20 for the course and 40 training for exchange. Associations from Germany, France, Ireland, Bulgaria and Italy will be involved in a non-formal education learning process and the exchange of best practice by connecting it social inclusion. We have developed, in collaboration with our partners, idea of sharing best practices regarding the aggregation and inclusion, placing as a methodology, the use of Erasmus + and the international mobility of young people, in particular projects and facilities designed for young people with fewer geographic, economic and socia opportunitiesl. The training course will take place November 10 to 16 in Berlin, in collaboration with the association Street UNIVERCITY, which will house the training and will participate as an example of social inclusion.Following the training it will be organized an intercultural exchange involving 30 participants between 15 and 18 years, accompanied by 10 group leaders who have previously participated in the training course. It will be held in Milan December 11 to 20. Participants will try to exchange the local realities of the partner organizations with youngsters with fewer opportunities and social marginalization. During the exchange the group leaders will have the opportunity to put into practice the knowledge and experience acquired during the training.The objective of this learning process and experience, will be the creation of common knowledge and exchange of ideas and best practices on social inclusion and on methodologies for teenage aggregation in urban areas, with a particular focus on multiculturalism. For participants to exchange the basic objective will be the questioning of their stereotypes and conscious reflection on the stimuli offered by the media world through intercultural dialogue and experiential peer learning.
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