1. Juan

    REALIZE – Transcultural Biography Work for Adult Education

    This post will allow you to realize that the "Realize" project works to join the competences of the partners in Biographic Work, transcultural learning and adult education. By this means, it proposes to design and test an interesting idea: course modules on Transcultural Biography Work (TBW). What are this T.B.W. course modules? They are like workshops to be applied in adult education fields, in several contexts and with different participants. In particular, modules are addressed to actual and future trainers who work with migrants with different needs and origins. Comment
  2. Juan


    Do you work with migrant women? Want to empower them? The main aim of FORWARD is to design and implement an innovative competence-based portfolio and pedagogical tools for the identification, recognition, validation and development of the competences of migrant women, as a way to improve their employability and social inclusion. Click in the "read more" link bellow and learn more about this great experience! 1
  3. Juan

    Social Arts Culture

    This Grundtvig program intends to confront different kinds of experiences in countries that build cultural projects with a social purpose. We have started to compare our working methods, to share ideas about professional practices and above all to analyse and evaluate impacts on audiences, professionals and regional areas. Comment
  4. Krzysztof

    ARTERY: Art – Education – Therapy

    Those who deal with art, education and/or therapy every day, know how important it is to get new, fresh inspiration. To learn efficient, attractive methods and techniques useful in work with various target groups. ARTERY platform is just for them! Its focus is artistic work with socially vulnerable groups, especially adults with special needs, disabilities, homeless people, immigrants, and all those in need for support. 2
  5. Andrew

    Grey Matters


    The Grey Matters project has been created to continue the spirit of the European Year of Active Ageing and Solidarity and seeks to find ways to improve education, community engagement and well-being for older people, by examining ways of re-engaging older people in community life through involvement in informal learning through participatory theatre and arts.

    In particular the project will address:

    • A widening gulf of misunderstanding between different generations
    • The lack of opportunities for interaction, joint learning opportunities for different generations
    • The lack of confidence which is a barrier to learning for older people, older people feeling they are too old to learn, and have nothing to give to community

  6. Krzysztof

    GUIA – Guide Us Into Arts!

    GUIA - Guide Us Into Arts! Grundtvig Learning Partnerships, 2011-2013 The project exchanged empirical knowledge and methods of work with disabled people by means of artistic tools: theatre, dance, music. It considered all participants as equal partners on the way to inclusion and to overcome stigma and marginalization. It resulted in creation of a DVD which contains method maps, description of methodology used by GUIA partners and a selection of videos and photos. 2
  7. Lukasz

    Say Cheese!

    Project aims to create opportunities for educators, voluntary trainers working with socially, culturally, economically disadvantaged people to investigate how photography and its “emotional manipulation” might be used to help people at risk of social exclusion. This concept derives from the Art Counseling approach and from the experience of two famous photographers, Jim Goldberg and William Klein. 2
  8. Juan

    TEATRAL Project

    The aim of this project is to explore the concept of learning through the arts. They use the case of artists who work with specific target groups like in the community or in educational organisations and they also work with artists to train their apprentices. Comment
  9. Krzysztof


    WELCOME TO EUROPEAN STORIES Grundtvig Learning Partnerships, 2012-2014 Stories are a way to build bridges. In our project we use the potential of storytelling. We choose / write stories. We tell stories. We dramatize and play stories. We learn about other stories and story telling techniques ... because we think that the power of storytelling can enhance our lives! Comment
  10. Krzysztof

    VIP – Visiting in Prison

    VIP – Visiting in Prison Grundtvig Learning Partnerships, 2006-2009 The VIP project resulted in publishing several books about, for and by inmates and their families. A moving collection of stories contributed to developing and improving educational programs in prisons. 2
  11. Juan

    Art and Cross Cultural Dialogue

    As most of EU projects on this web, this project is based on the collaboration of four organizations from four countries representing four different contexts of educational work with art. This is the most important aspect of the project and its more interesting outcome also: together they were committed to exploring the potential of art as a dialogue, and identify the tools available for arts practitioners and educators to facilitate the engagement in the arts. Comment
  12. Juan

    ARIADNE – Art of Adaptation

    This is one of my favorite projects. I wasn't a part of it, but I've participated in one of the trainings and it was great! In order to measure the impact of art on the adaptation of new migrants, the Ariadne trainings use the findings of the pilot session interventions. You will learn about the research and consequence assessment methodologies that can be employed when working with migrants. Comment
  13. Agnieszka

    EuroDynamics Project

    Euro Dynamics is an innovative multi-cultural project that aims to organize 6 performances in 6 different countries with 96 artists, several nationalities. The shows are based on the theory of Spiral Dynamics that introduces pieces of the European cultural scene and raise awareness of sustainability concepts through arts. 2
  14. Lukasz

    EMPATHY – European Modern Painting History

    The Empathy project aimed at supporting social inclusion of people who, because of old age, lack of material resources or living in rural areas have limited access to culture. In particular, the project was addressed to those living outside large cultural centres and have only basic education or little experience of travelling abroad. 2