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Start date: Aug 1, 2012,

STILL WORDS Story Telling for Intergenerational Solidarity and Social Inclusion is a training course (Action 3.1), 7 days long, that will be run in Augusta (SR), Sicily, ITALY and will see the participation of 29 social workers, youth workers, trainers, facilitator and supports staff from Italy, France, Rumania, Greece, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. The theme of the project is art and culture and how they can be used to facilitate the anti-discrimination, the urban requalification and to fight against marginalisation in EU and SEE suburbs. The art of story telling will be the powerful tool proposed to the group to stimulate the interaction among different generations, to overcome stereotypes and to set new forms of cooperation to develop the urban backgrounds. The aim of the training is to provide to the participants, who daily work in disadvantage areas, in EU and SEE cities, developing cross-age initiatives, of innovative working methods, based on non formal education and story telling, to strengthen the impact of their cross-age activities. The project implementation is based on two interactive workshops, one of social inclusion and one on story telling that will develop the following topics: social exclusion: behind the definitions and against labelling; different targets-different types of exclusion; intergenerational dialogue; different approaches in cross-age activities; story telling, social inclusion and cross-age initiatives; knowledge and skills transmission to other beneficiaries. A Study visits and a final event will be organized. During the training there will be proposed interactive methodologies based on non formal education and story telling. Knowledge and skills will be shared following a peer to peer approach and it will facilitate the learning assessment. The story telling methodology will facilitate the interaction of trainers, facilitators and trainees and the exchange of good practices.
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  •   21 983,00
  • Youth\Youth in action (2007-2013)\Youth in the World\Cooperation with neighbouring partner countries
  • Project on ERASMUS Platform

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