social inclusion

  • MaMuMi

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    projectslogo.mamumiName: Mapping the Music of Migration

    The project is driven by the principle that innovative training spaces can form integration strategies that can actively help tackle issues of diversity and social inclusion common across the EU.

    The project aims to use storytelling about music as a positive mechanism to counter negative stereotypes and to open up spaces for learning and development.

    The project has three objectives:
    - to give migrants a space where they can use music to tell their song stories and to increase their self-esteem in a new environment;
    - to offer staff working in NGOs with migrants a tool (the MaMuMi workshop) which will enable deeper understanding of their clients;
    - the Music Migration Map will be a free to use interactive app that will evidence migrant stories and journeys;

    The results of MaMuMi are:
    - increased understanding of the histories and emotional pasts of migrants
    - increased NGOs’ understanding for migrants’ background;
    - Visibility of specific migration journeys narrated by migrants themselves via the
    MaMuMi method of talking about music;

      • Мethodological framework
    • MaMuMi Music Workshops
    • MaMuMi Audio Collection
    • MaMuMi Music Migration Map
    • Briefing Paper
     

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    №: 2019-1-UK01-KA204-061966
    Programme: Erasmus+, KA2, Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices, Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education
    Duration: 01.11.2019 – 31.10.2021
    Partners:
    Know and Can Association – Bulgaria;
    UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSH IRE LBG – United Kingdom;
    HOGSKOLEN I INNLANDET – Norway;
    Asociación Caminos – Asociación para el
    intercambio educación y desarrollo socia – Spain;
    CENTRO PER LO SVILUPPO CREATIVO DANILO DOLCI – Italy;
    CSI CENTER FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION LTD – Cyprus;
    KENTRO MERIMNAS OIKOGENEIAS KAI PAIDIOU – Greece.
    Website: https://mamumi.eu/

     

  • Seniors@ICT

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    Name: ICT for Seniors’ Social Inclusion

    21st century is marked with rapid transformation and advances in technology and ICT but also low birth rate and increasing number of seniors. Today, there are new concepts for everything that seniors are unfamiliar with: new socialization methods, new ways to manage money, new ways to reserve a room, new ways to shop… Seniors are often  lost to do the simplest tasks they were so skilled in the past and these changes in society related to ICT and technology are becoming obstacles to them and contribute to their social exclusion due to digital divide. Lifelong learning is an important tool for social inclusion of seniors and active aging but to access many resources they need to be ICT literate (such as signing up for activities), have e-mail accounts and use smart phones. Therefore, these two new societal changes should complement one another, not contradict each other. Seniors should learn ICT skills and use ICT as a new means for social inclusion by learning ethical dimensions and risks as well. lack of ICT knowledge makes seniors vulnerable to risks such as victimized by fraud, sharing personal information that can endanger their safety.

    Technological trends should serve the needs of seniors’ social inclusion and to ensure this, seniors should have access to ITC, learn the new world and how to live in it. The Social Ethical and Privacy Needs in ICT for Older People focuses on this need as well as other EU initiatives.
     
    • increased social inclusion skills for seniors
    • increased  ICT skills and competences for seniors
    • increased competences and skills for educators in partner organizations
    • increased capacity of partner organizations  to serve seniors and inclusive EU
    • 6 short term joint training events  and 1 transnational meeting  with 126 participants from 9 partners (18 participants in each event) in addition to local participants and stakeholders who attend these events
    • Good Practice Resource Guide and Seniors@ICT social media channel
     

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    Number: 2018-1-TR01-KA204-059175

    Programme:ERASMUS+; KA2-Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices; KA204- Strategic partnership for adult education

    Duration:15.11.2018 - 14.01.2021

    Partners: BOLU VALILIGI– Turkey;

    Bolu Izzet Baysal Halk Egitimi Merkezi – Turkey; Active Citizens Partnership – Greece; PRO-MED sp. z o. o. – Poland;

    Associacio Cultural Meet and Map – Spain;

    Know and Can - Bulgaria; European Development Innovation Network – United Kingdom; Merseyside Expanding Horizons Limited – United Kingdom; Associazione Memoria Immagine – Italy;

     

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