ArtescommunityART AS A VEHICLE FOR EDUCATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION

  1. CRED/ability

    Developing accredited training programmes for delivering arts in prisons European research reveals the invaluable role that the arts can play in the rehabilitation process. Despite this, outside of Britain, there are few accredited training programmes to prepare artists for work inside prisons or to formally accredit staff already using the...
  2. Project UCAY

    The aim of Urban Culture and Youth (UCAY) is to acquire knowledge from European good practices in the field of culture and youth, and then to use this knowledge in developing training programmes for (semi) professional practitioners who work with (high-risk) urban youth through sports and the arts. The main...
  3. Aspire 2 Create

      ASPIRE2 CREATE (A2C) addresses the problem of an absence of a training and competency framework for European organisations in the partner countries in one of the EU’s growing economic and employment areas – the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCIs). It takes as its starting point the innovative Competency Framework...
  4. THEATRE – Theatre as Empowerment Methodology for Vocational Training

    The THEATRE project aims to transfer innovative learning approach, based on theatrical experience to motivate young people at risk of drop out in vocational training (VET). The methodological approach has been developed by the applicant organization, Centro Studi Opera Don Calabria from Ferrara. The methodology was found to be helpful in creating stimulating, motivational and enriching experiences for both teachers and their students mainly because it is primarily used as a tool for personal growth. The transfer of this approach is realized through comparison between the good practice and other partners' territorial approaches.
  5. VIDEOforALL – Digital Video as a Basic Tool for Language Learning

    VIDEOforALL – Digital Video as a Basic Tool for Language Learning KA2 Multilateral project  (2013-2015) Today is the video age, with many possibilities for integrating into learning. This is particularly relevant to language learning that is a multisensory process and video media has the potential to foster the communicative learning...
  6. FFEMALE – Fostering entrepreneurship through mentoring and learning in Europe

        FFEMALE – Fostering entrepreneurship through mentoring and learning in Europe is previous FE:MALE continuation. fe:male was run by a consortium of organisations across five European countries who are working together to support and develop female entrepreneurship across Europe. New FFEMALE involves new countries Lithuania, Spain and Island, and...
  7. GROWING-UP II – Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs

        Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a cross-border exchange programme which gives new or aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to learn from experienced entrepreneurs running small businesses in other Participating Countries. The exchange of experience takes place during a stay with the experienced entrepreneur, which helps the new entrepreneur acquire...
  8. SMILE vet

    Short introduction SMILE stands for Schools Museums Internet Learning Education, and is a training course for teachers throughout Europe. The SMILE method addresses issues of the best use of archives, libraries and museums, cultural heritage in education and training, Project framework EU Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of...
  9. E.T.R.A.

    Short introduction E.T.R.A. – Education Through Re-habilitative outsider Art photo The ETRA project was involved in the rehabilitation area: here photography becomes gaming experience, leaving freedom of expression and creativity to be true possibilities without receiving personal judgments, or conditionings. The goal was to communicate the immediate and authentic thoughts...
  10. Count Me In

    Short introduction At the heart of social inclusion is a belief that arts and culture are for everyone. The project wants to demonstrate that this particular sector has great potential as a framework for vocational education and training. By exploring different practices and methodologies to be found throughout Europe and...
  11. SUVOT: Spicing-up vocational training

    Role playing techniques are useful not only in theatre. They can be very handy in helping disabled people to become cooks for example! For those who have problems with entering job market and taking up new educational challenges a quasi-theatrical stage can be like a trampoline to more active life. Here, people with mental illness, learning disabilities or/ and behavioral disorders can overcome their low self-esteem, fears and shyness and other personal barriers.