All In Project, Vicolocorto

“ALL IN” in action! The Local Trainings of the KA2 project

13.12.2018 20 participants 60 pens and colors 10 flipchart leaves 2 facilitators 4 staff persons involved 1 bar... that is always a great thing for a good coffee break! These were my numbers of the day, in that rainy and cold Thursday of December. With these number, I played a new match: my first local… Continue reading “ALL IN” in action! The Local Trainings of the KA2 project

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All In Project, Scambi, corsi, seminari/Short-term projects, Vicolocorto

ALL IN – A training course about Inclusion in Youth Work

From the 12th to the 19th of August, Daniele Grassetti and Erica Cacioppollini left for Deutschlandsberg in Austria for a training course about inclusion. This training was part of a bigger project called “ALL IN”, which includes 8 partner associations that work together to create training modules in order to help youth workers to make… Continue reading ALL IN – A training course about Inclusion in Youth Work

All In Project, Vicolocorto

“All in”: an innovative training module about Inclusion

From the 28st to the 30th of November 2017, Edinburgh, Scotland (UK) hosted the mid-term meeting of the international project “All In”, which is related to the topic of inclusion in educational contexts. The project lasts 2 years and it involves 8 organizations from 7 different European countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, United Kingdom, Slovenia… Continue reading “All in”: an innovative training module about Inclusion

All In Project, Vicolocorto

All in! An international path towards inclusion in youth work

“ALL IN” is the name of a newborn Strategic Partnership Project (KA2) about inclusion, financed by Erasmus+, which involves 8 partner organizations from Austria (which is also the coordinator), Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, UK, Slovenia and Spain. The kick-off meeting took place in Graz, Austria, from the 21st of May to the 24th during which all… Continue reading All in! An international path towards inclusion in youth work