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Spain ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Coordinator: Transit Projects
Contact Person: Mr Juan PEDREGOSA SÁNCHEZ
Partners: - RIDGE DANYERS COLLEGE, UK
- ZNANIE ASSOCIATION, CENTRE FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING, BG
- ITER NETWORK, INNOVATION TERRITORIES ENERGIES AND RESOURCES, IT
- ATRIUM RESEARCH & INNOVATIE BV, NL
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Barcelona, Spain

FACE VALUE, Proceso pedagógico de educación multicultural a través de las emociones

The FACE VALUE project aims to raise intercultural awareness among young people by their active involvement in a cultural and pedagogical project where they select works from their own culture and display them with a photo as member of their community expressing the main emotion this work suggests.

The project will work with the universal values associated with how we express
emotions to trigger reflection about equality and the richness of a multiracial and
multicultural Europe.

The target groups are:
- communities of young people in the partners' immediate institutions and countries
- teachers and trainers interested in innovative pedagogical tools (to construct
participative environments to transmit values)
- the general public grasping the richness of interculturality
The project results include:
- participation in each country by young people aged 14-18, their trainers, teachers and youth leaders in creating the multimedia, multilingual product which will be available via the Internet
- a paper publication describing the experience and collecting the material compiled by all 4 national groups
- an evaluation process which will also produce a report on best practice
- a dissemination process based on live actions, Internet and P2P networks.



Italy ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Organization: Enviro-club AMAVET Nitra
Contact Person: Ms Serena TEDESCHI
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Vicenza, Italy
Partners: - LYCEE MONTEIL SECTION DE TECHNICIENS SUPERIEURS, FR
- COOPERATIVA SOCIALE LA LINEA DELL'ARCO, IT
- DIFENSORE CIVICO DEL COMUNE DE VICENZA, IT
- SECONDARY EDUCATION SCHOOL ''MAR DE PONENTE'', ES
- ASOCIACIÓN JUVENIL DE INTERCAMBIOS EUROPEOS JUVEC
(JUVENTUD EUROPEA COMPROMETIDA), ES
- GYMNASIO LOUTRAKIOU, GR
- ASSOCIATION DES JEUNES ELČVES - LYCÉE MONTEIL, FR
- INSTITUTO PROFESSIONALE STATALE PER I SERVIZI SOCIALI
BARTOLOMEO MONTAGNA, IT

Active Citizenship of Young People

The project aims to develop the education of Active Citizenship for young people, promoting new participation-mediation concepts and leading to the empowerment of young people. It also wants to promote new technical and political instruments of institutional mediation.

The intention is to build up a new model of governance meant to strengthen the ability to propose and monitor the political responsibility of young people, guaranteeing them autonomy and valuing at the same time the role of formal political mediator of the institutional representatives.

The project proposes non-formal training addressed to youth organisations of civil

society and to various school actors (students, teachers and parents). This will be

delivered through informative seminars and active laboratories on the knowledge of

human rights and on their effective protection in the local community. The final results will be a permanent ''civic laboratory-observatory'' of young people that promotes the dialogue between the subjects and civil society taking advantage of the facilitating function of the local ombudsman.



Netherlands ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Coordinator: INTERNATIONAL DEBATE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
Contact Person: Ms Katrin VIRU
Partners: - ''ZA IN PROTI'' ZAVOD ZA KULTURU DIALOGA, SI

- INFORMAL EDUCATION DEBATE CENTRE, LT

- ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL, UK

- ASOCIATIA ROMÂNĂ DE DEZBATERI, ORATORIE SI RETORICĂ, RO

- BULGARIAN NATIONAL DEBATE ASSOCIATION, BG
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Amsterdam, Netherland

Youth Parliament Project - promoting mutual understanding and democracy through discussion and active citizenship

Enhancing youth (students aged 13-19 years) participation in deliberation and decisionmaking processes in their local communities, providing young people with an opportunity to share their experiences and ideas with peers from other countries and engage them in pan-European projects, developing young people's vocational skills and the skills essential to active citizenship, and involving disadvantaged young people (from rural areas, immigrants, minorities, and students with disabilities) in discussion and decision making process are the aims of the Youth Parliament Project.

Main activities of the project include establishing and developing youth parliaments, organization of student debates, forums and conferences, teacher training and curriculum development and training for local authorities, NGO personnel, social and youth workers.

The main outcome is aimed at being to be a replicable model for increasing student participation and co-operation.



Sweden ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Coordinator: KULTURHUSET LÄTTINGS
Contact Person: Ms Susanne RUTHSTRÖM
Partners: - JUGENDKUNST UND KULTURZENTRUM ''SCHLESISCHE 27'', DE

- THE PIONEERS LTD., UK

- FILOXENIA YOUTH EXCHANGE ORGANISATION, GR

- ARCI NUOVA ASSOCIAZIONE VASTO SAN SALVO-CHIETTI, IT
Duration: 21 months
Place of the realization: GÄVLE, Sweden

Theatre - the best promotion to learn for active citizenship of young people?!

The idea of this project is to make young people more active citizens trough taking part in or enjoying the interactive theatre performances that will be a result of this cross sector approach. In the performances forums, young people will be the active ''teachers’' instructing politicians, school managers, etc.on how to do things in an alternative way, complying with young people's views and ideas.

Apart from young people the target groups are all stake holders in a democratic society.

The foreseen results are research reports, a publication, a video production to be used for educational and training purposes. Everything will be disseminated trough the strong networks - government and non-government one - of the partners



United Kingdom ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP OF YOUNG PEOPLE
Coordinator: STOCKPORT FUNDING OF FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION
Contact Person: Mr Craig BROWNE
Partners: - TRAINING INITIATIVES, IE

- FASE, ES

- ITÄ- SUOMEN AIKUISINSTITUUTTI, FI

- MTÜ SIKSALI ARENDUSSELTS, EE

- ATRIUM RESEARCH & INNOVATIE BV, NL

- THE ACADEMY OF HUMANITIES AND ECONOMICS IN LODZ, PL
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Stockport, UK

PROACT - Promoting Rural Opportunities & Cultural Traditions

The aim of the project is to promote the concept of citizenship through the improved recognition of rural and cultural Traditions within the enlarged European Union. The results and outcomes will be used by young rural women under 30 and by young ethnic migrant women.

The objectives of this project are to:
- To develop training programs, which help to engage young excluded groups. (This
   addresses the need to combat rural and ethnic isolation)
- To facilitate access to education and employment for young isolated rural and migrant women
- To develop and deliver citizenship training in order to benable young rural and migrant women to
    actively contribute to the economic, cultural and social life of their communities
- To achieve personal, social and economic development for the target groups
- To initiate social change and inclusively by developing a support model for the
(re)integration of     young excluded women
- To promote informal learning opportunities in a community based environment.

8 differently planned various outputs have been documented.



Spain VALUING INFORMAL AND NON-FORMAL LEARNING
Coordinator: UNIÓN DE COOPERATIVAS MADRILEŃAS DE TRABAJO ASOCIADO
Contact Person: Ms Begońa BALLESTEROS SÁNCHEZ
Partners: - CONSEJO DE LA JUVENTUD DE ESPANA, ES- DIRECCIÓN GENERAL DE PROMOCIÓN EDUCATIVA DE LA COMUNIDAD DE MADRID, ES- TEMPO SKOLICÍ STREDISKO, CZ- VLAAMS INSTITUUT LOOR HET ZELFSTANDING ONDERNEMEN, BE- LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON (CROYDON COUNCIL), UK- COOPERATIVE D'INGÉNIERIE SOCIALE POUR L'ACCOMPAGNEMENT ET MA MOBILISATION DE L'EMPLOI, FR
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Madrid, Spain
E-VALUE: Métodos para la valorización del aprendizaje no formal en el tercer sistema y la economía social

The project addresses the Third sector. The project tries to measure the learning made within the system and to promote its value towards the society in general. It aims at creating a European System of Accreditation and Certification of Non Formal Learning.

The target groups for the experimental initiatives are some youth association and some social economy entities.

The main products are a study with the diagnosis of the learning and knowledge in the Third Sector, a realization of pilot projects, a preparation of the European system for accreditation and certification of non-formal learning and a European catalogue of

recommendation for assessment of this kind of learning.



France

VALUING INFORMAL AND NON-FORMAL LEARNING

Coordinator: UNIVERSITE DES SCIENCES ET TECHNOLOGIES DE LILLE
Contact Person: Mr Michel Feutrie
Partners: - LIBERA UNIVERSITŔ 'MARIA SS. ASSUNTA' DI ROMA, IT- UNIVERSIDADE DE AVEIRO, PT- UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON, UK- UNIVERSITETET I BERGEN, NO- FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE POUR LES ECHANGES EDUCATIFS D'ENFANTS ET D'ADOLESCENTS - FIEEA, FR- EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CONTINUING EDUCATION NETWORK, BE- VAPAAN SIVISTYSTYÖN YHTEISJÄRJESTÖ, FI- EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE EDUCATION OF ADULTS, BE- TARTU ÜLIKOL, EE- KAUNO TECHNOLOGIJOS UNIVERSITETAS, LT- ASOCIATA NATIONALA A UNIVERSITATILOR POPULARE DIN ROMANIA,RO- L'ASSOCIATION NATIONALE POUR LA FORMATION PROFESSIONNELLE DES ADULTES, FR- FRANCAS, F- UNIVERSITIES SCOTLAND, UK- VYSOKA SKOLA PODNIKANI, A.S., CZ- PANEPISTIMIO IOANNINON, GR
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ, France
REFINE - Recognising Formal, Informal and Non-Formal Education

Test the tools for a European methodological framework for the recognition of non-formal and informal learning, to foster transnational and transectoral collaboration and build mutual trust in the practices and procedures. Target groups are managers and policy makers at institutional national, regional and European level.

The indirect target groups are those with few formal qualifications but with skills acquired outside the academy. Refine has 17 partners in 12 countries involving vocational training adult education and youth organisations. Each country has 2-8 associate partners (60 in total) that will act as laboratories to test the tools for recognising non-formal and informal learning with 4-5 real candidates, leading to a comparative analysis of the different approached depending on the specificities of the countries and the sectors, proposing also possible improvements. There will also be a virtual meeting place on the web and 2 live meetings and a dissemination event.



Italy VALUING INFORMAL AND NON-FORMAL LEARNING
Coordinator: COFIMP - CONSORZIO PER LA FORMAZIONE DELLE PICCOLE E MEDIE IMPRESE
Contact Person: Ms Carla TOLOMELLI
Partners: - PLAN SOCIETŔ COOPERATIVA PER AZIONI A RESPONSABILITŔ LIMITATA, IT- ASSOCIATION NATIONALE POUR LA FORMATION PROFESSIONNELLE DES ADULTES, FR- ASOCIACIÓN DE LA INDUSTRIA NAVARRA, ES- TRAINING AND COUNSELLING CENTRE, BG
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Bologna, Italy
ARWEN - Assessment and Recognition of Work Experiences and Non-formal learning

The ARWEN project aims to give young people tools to recognise and document skills acquired in worr experiences at every level and to give them appropriate value.

Young people often have the chance to develop and acquire skills during work experiences of all types (apprenticeships, internships, short-term contracts, summer work experiences or voluntary services). During these kind of jobs and work placements, young people encounter many typical work place activitieis e.g. developing and managing projects, making decisions, handling and administering budgets, sometimes having positions of responsibility.

In order to help citizens - particularly young people combine formal and non-formal learning, ARWEN will 'create a methodology' to help identify skills taking into account the knoweldge obtained by 'on the job' experience. ARWEN will test the recognition model developed with a group of young people (10-12 in each partner country - Bulgaria, France, Italy and Spain), providing at the end of the project a 'list of recommendations' based on anaylsis and trials carried out.



Coordinator: CONSORZIO EUROPEO PER LO SVILUPPO DELLA FORMAZIONE
Contact Person: Mr Radames BIONDO
Partners: - ADICE - ASSOCIATION POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT DES INITIATIVES CITOYENNES ET EUROPÉENNES, FR- GESTELIMAR LDA, PT- IAL FRULI VENEZIA GIULIA, IT- DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING AGENCIES LTD., UK

- VITALIS GMGH, DE

- HCA, HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATION, BG
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Bologna, Padova

CERTIFICARE L'APPRENDIMENTO INFORMALE E NON FORMALE: UN MODELLO INNOVATIVO

This project aims to validate and certify participation and the results of training actions within formal and non-formal education. The project would like to create an innovative model to acknowledge informal and formal apprenticeships. It will therefore define an original model, prepare the necessary validation and certification tools, test these in the fields of tourism and voluntary work, involve national partners in the work and also develop a transnational network.



United Kingdom VALUING INFORMAL AND NON-FORMAL LEARNING
Coordinator: CAREERS RESEARCH AND ADVISORY CENTRE LTD.
Contact Person: Ms Sherry ABUEL-EALEH
Partners: - EUROPÄISCHES INSTITUT FÜR POSTGRADUALE BILDUNG AN DER TU. DRESDEN E.V., DE
- TÄYDENNYSKOULUTUSKESKUS TURUN YLIOPISTO, FI
- COUNCIL FOR OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS AND ASSESSMENT, RO
- FUNDACIÓN GENERAL DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE VALLADOLID, ES
- THÜRINGER INSTITUT FÜR AKADEMISCHE WEITERBILDUNG E.V, DE
- CAMBRIDGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LTD, UK
- KELLENS CONSULTING, BE
- UNIVERSITÉ-ENTERPRISE EUROPE, UK
- PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS, UK
- NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR WORK EXPERIENCE, UK
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Cambridge, UK
Experience Works

Proposal Objectives: Piloting and testing the theoretical product that will arise from a Leonardo funded project (''European Framework for Work Experience''). Enabling to gain recognition and accreditation for their part time work experience or volunteering.

Target Groups: Undergraduates, postgraduates, higher education institutions, large, medium and small enterprises, national governments, international, national, local and regional NGOs, research institutions.

Expected Results: An European model, a web-based training package for reflection upon, assessment and accreditation of the generic skills acquired trough casual paid or unpaid work experience, promotional literature for students, employers, higher education institutions, funding bodies and other NGOs, a revised version of the programme drawing on the lessons of the pilots Impact and Dissemination: by using the strategy and structures of the Leonardo project

- National consortia; local/national events, international conference, current partner networks, media, website.



Germany INTEGRATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Coordinator: AKADEMIE FÜR DARSTELLENDE KUNST ULM GMBH
Contact Person: Mr Ralf Rainer REIMANN
Partners: - CARL-THEATER, AT

- THEATRE SENSE, FR

- ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT BEHINDERUNG UND MEDIEN E.V., DE

- UNIVERSITATEA DE VEST DIN TIMISOARA, RO
Duration: 14 months
Place of the realization: Ulm, Germany

Studiengang Darstellende Künste für Menschen mit körperbehinderung

Five partners from Germany, Austria, France and Rumania are involved in this project. They intend to create a basic training scheme for actors with physical handicaps. The project should be realized together with non-handicapped young people as trainees. The project will be marked by internationality, exchange of culture, cooperation of schools, universities, theatres a social NGOs and the integrative approach of common training of handicapped and non-handicapped persons. At the same time it is intended to find new artistic approaches and perspectives for theatres, film and TV production.

Finally it is intended to set up a 4 years training scheme which enables handicapped persons to get a professional training which supports them in finding self-determination and equality of chances.



Coordinator: BUGENHAGEN BERUFSBILDUNGSWERK
Contact Person: Mr Rainer WÜRTZ
Partners: - KOULUTUSKESKUS SALPAUS, PÄIJÄT-HÄMEEN KOULUTUSKONSERNI, FI

• ASTANGU KUTSEREHABILITATSIOONI KESKUS, EE

• FUNDACIÓN PROMI, ES

• UNIVERSITÄT FÜR HUMANWISSENSCHAFTEN IM FÜRSTENTUM

LIECHTENSTEIN, LI
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Ulm, Germany

JOBS through PEERS - inclusion of peers in vocational guidance and counselling, job placement and the promotion of lifelong learning for disabled people

Many disabled young people have difficulties in taking the steps from school/education to working life. The idea of this project is to make this process smoother with the help of peer guides and councellors who will help and support in this difficult stage. The content of the councelling could be job training as the first steps to a vocational training or a retraining program as an introduction to the concept of lifelong learning.

The objective of the project is to set up curriculae within the partner organisations for using and further developing the approach of peer career personal development guidance.

Target groups are students with special education needs, disabled people who want to become peer councellors, teachers, trainers and councellors in special needs education and their principals.



Netherlands INTEGRATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Coordinator: HOGESCHOOL VAN AMSTERDAM, UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
Contact Person: Ms Johanna VAN BRUGGEN
Partners: - UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN - TRINITY COLLEGE, IE
- UNIVERSITATEA DIN ORADEA, RO
- UNIVERSITATEA DE VEST DIN TIMISOARA, FACULTATEA DE SOCIOLOGIE SI PSIHOLOGIE, RO
- FUNDATIA DE SPRIJIN COMUNITAR BACAU, RO
- AUCTORES VZW, BE
- ESPIRITU DE SUPERVIVIENTES - TERAPIA OCUPACIONAL SIN FRONTERAS, ES
- VU MEDISCH CENTRUM, NL
- KIRKLANDS HOSPITAL LANARKSHIRE PRIMARY CARE N.H.S. TRUST, UK
- DNEVEN TSENTUR ZA DETSA I MLADI HORA S INTELEKTUALNI ZATRUDNENIJA, BG
- BULGARSKA ASOTSIATSIJA NA RODITELI NA LITSA SUS ZATRUDNENIJA, BG
- SARUKENIE S NESTOIANSKA TSEI ''HUMANITAS'', BG
- RUSENSKA KATOLIIUESKA ORGANISATSIJA ''KARITAS'', BG
- OBSHTINA BLAGOEVGRAD, BG
- OBSHTINA ROUSSE, BG
- OBEANSKE SDRUZEN GREEN DOORS, CZ
- PÉCSI TUDOMÁNYEGYETEM EGÉSZÉGÜGYI FÖISKOLAI KARZALAERGERSZEGI KÉPZÉSI KÖZPONT, HU
- CONSILUL JUDETAN DIRECTIA GENERALA PENTRU PROTECTIA DREPTORILOR COPILULUI TIMIS, RO
- SCOALA CU CLS. I-VIII ''C-TIN PUFAN'', RO
- SCUOLLA AJUTATOARE NR.1 ORADEA, RO
- CENTRUL PILOT ''MIORITA'' CAMIN-FERMA PENTRU TINERI CU NEVOI SPECIALE, RO
- ASOCIATIA CRESTINA, DE CARITATE, MISIUNE SI AJUTOR OLANDA -ROMANIA BETANIA, RO
- CENTRUL DE INGRIJIRE SI ASSISTENTA BACAU, RO
- CENTRUL DE ZI ''INGREJII SPERANTEI'', RO
- CENTRUL DE ZI ''PODUL LUNG'', RO
- ASOCIATIA DE SPRIJIN A COPILOR CU HANDICAP NEUROMOTOR BACAU, RO
- ASOCIATIA UMANITARA ''ALTERNATIVE'', RO
- ESTUAR - FUNDATIE CU ACTIVITATE IN DOMENIUL SANATATII MINTALE, RO
- SOCIOTATCA ''UMBRELLA'' A PERSOANELOR CU HANDICAP ASOCIATE REGIONAL BIHOR, RO
- ASOCIATIA ''ARMONIA'', RO
- ASOCIATIA ''CASA FAENZA'' - CENTRUL COMUNITAR PENTRU COPII AUTISTI TIMISOARA, RO
- FUNDATIA ''PENTRU VOI'', RO
- SOCIEATATEA PENTRU COPII SI PARINTI, RO
- DIRECTIA GENERALA PENTRU PROTECTIA DREPTURILOR COPILILUIARAD, RO
- DIRECTIA GENERALA PENTRU PROTECTIA COPILULUI BACAU, RO
- ADMINISTRATIA SOCIALA COMUNITARA ORADEA, RO
- DIRECTIA JUDETEANA DE ASSISTENTA SOCIALA, RO
- PREFECTURA JUDETULUI BACAU ROMANIA, RO
- DIRECTIA DE ASSITENTA SOCIALA A JUDETULUI TIMIS, RO
- AUTORITATEA NATIONALA PENTRU PERSONANELE CU HANDICAP, RO
- UNIVERSITATEA DIN BACAU, RO
- RUSENSKI UNIVERSITET ANGEL KUNCHEV, BG
- UGOZAPADEN UNIVERSITET ''NEOPHIT RILSKI'', BLAGOEVGRAD, BG
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Facilitation and Participation of Young Persons with Disabilities in an Enlarged Europe

This project aims to contribute to the reform of higher education in Eastern countries (particularly Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria) by creating a modular curriculum in occupational therapy, providing innovative training and teaching methods, new services and projects focusing on the participation of young people with disabilities as well as setting up (trans)national information networks on disability.

In concrete terms, this means setting up modular training courses (within a certified training course lasting 150 hours) covering several issues relating to occupational therapy and adapted to various forms of disability, as occupational therapy is nonexistent in these Eastern European countries.

Target public : those working with the disabled, local authorities, the disabled and researchers in the participating universities.



Coordinator: MONDRIAAN ONDERWIJSGROEP DEN HAAG / DARIO FO POELDIJK 
Contact Person: Ms Wilma SEKREVE
Partners: - ANAPTIHIAKO KENTRO DITIKIS ELLADOS, GR

- THOMAS DANBY COLLEGE, UK

- PANEVEZIO SPECIALOJI INTERNATINÉ MOKYKLA, LT

- TRAKIA UNIVERSITY, BG
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Poeldijk, Netherlands

Kunst zonder grenzen / Art without borders

This project aims to organise an encounter between disabled people and artists (painters) in order to give the disabled project participants painting lessons, to then create an itinerant exhibition of their work. This will help highlight the value of work by the disabled and bring two worlds together – artists and the handicapped – which each have so much to offer the other.

The target group is made up of handicapped people who want to improve their painting skills and artists from the various participating countries.



Italy INTEGRATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Coordinator: CONSORZIO GIOVENTŮ DIGITALE
Contact Person: Ms Mirta MICHILLI
Partners:
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UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, ES
- UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, UK
- UNIVERSITŔ ''CAMPUS BIO-MEDICO'' DI ROMA, IT
- EUROCITIES, BE
- SCUOLA SUPERIORE SANTA ANNA, IT
- UTBILDNINGSFÖRVALTNINGEN, SE
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Roma, Italy
AUXILIA - A European environment for the integration of Youth Disable in Education

The proposal aims at the

a) generation of knowledge on best practices for youth-disabled inclusion processes in formal and mainstream education
b) development of video and online multimedia training material
c) testing of training material with stakeholders of European educational communities
d) dissemination and transfer of training material and knowledge at a wide European
level
e) provision of guidance to European schools and learning communities wishing to
share and transfer project results into their local environments and stimulation of a European online network of stakeholders interested in the understanding, practice and transfer of youth - disabled - inclusion practices and processes.



Austria INTEGRATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Coordinator: ALPHA NOVA BETRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT MIT BESCHRANKTER HAFTUNG
Contact Person: Ms Silke FAHRNER
Partners: - FONDACIA INTEGRA, BG
- THE SHEPHERD SCHOOL, UK
- I.P.S.C.T. ''GIUSTINO FORTUNATO'', IT
- FEDERACION PROVINCIAL DE ASOCIACIONES DE MINUSVALIDOS FISICOS DE CORDOBA, ES
- GRUPUL SCOLAR ''ION HOLBAN'', ROED-CONSULT, DK
- KOLPING-BILDUNGSWERK DV PADERBORN E V, DE
- E-ISOTIS, GR
- MAD STUDIOS, SK
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Kalsdorf, Austria
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Target group:

young and adult people with learning difficulties

Proposal objectives and expected results:

·integration of these groups of persons through special activities to promote self determination, learning key competences and enlarging the access of this group to ITC

·impact: offering a communication method according to the abilities and requests of this group of handicapped people as into the modern world of communication.

Dissemination via Internet platform.



United Kingdom INTEGRATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Coordinator: FIELD STUDIES COUNCIL
Contact Person: Mr James HINDSON
Partners: - BERNU VIDES SKODA, LV

- FONDATZIA TAIM-ECOPROEKTI, BG

- VALLE DEI CASALI SOCIETA COOPERATIVA A RESPONSABILITA LIMITATA, IT

- UNIWERSYTECKIE CENTRUM BADAN NAD SRODOWISKIEM PRZYRODNICZYM OSRODEK DOSKONALENIA INSTRUKTOROW EDUKACJI EKOLOGICZNEJ, PL

- SLOVENSKÁ AGENTÚRA ZIVOTNÉHO PROSTREDIA, SK
Duration: 24 months
Place of the realization: Shrewsbury, UK

Enhancing access of disabled people to environmental education

The main objective of the project is to provide enhanced access for young people with disabilities to effective environmental education outside classroom and to empower them to be able to make a positive contribution towards improving and extending their environment. The main target groups of the project are young people with disabilities and their teachers as well as the teachers at environmental education centres. The outputs of the project will be a handbook on ''Environmental Education for People with Disabilities'', training materials and programmes for Environmental Education centres.

The project will have wide dissemination through web sites, published materials, dissemination workshop, leaflet, media.

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