The second partner meeting for ForProve Theatre project was held in Venice, Italy ot the 13th and 14th July 2016.

There were many topics that were discussed on the meeting but the main two were the ForProve Theatre Methodology and the ForProve Theatre Guide.

The main aim of the ForProve Theatre methodologyis to see how the combination between the two theatres - Improve and Forum, has created a new method which is going to be used for the purposes of the non-formal education in different fields.


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The partners continuie with ther work on ForProve Theatre Project!

Aim of the project:to empower youth at the threshold of work and newly employed people with entrepreneurial skills and spirit by developing innovative method of  ForProve theatre.

The direct target group:youth workers/educators who work with youths at the theshold of work.

The indirect target group: people between 16 and 30 years who are unemployed; have recently been employed; graduates, NEETS.

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for.prove.logo.enKick-off meeting in Sofia
Project: „ForProve theatre” 2015-2-BG01-КА205-014544

Know and Can Association is happy to announce that on 26th – 27th October 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria was held the kick-off meeting of „ForProve theatre” project. Know and Can is the leading organisation of this project which brings together partners from six European countries – Bulgaria, Poland, Spain, Italy, Croatia and Lithuania.

The aim of the project is to develop and implement in these six countries an innovative method called ForProve theatre. It will contribute to the reduction of the youth unemployment which level is constantly raising. This innovative method will combine two existing models: Improve Theatre and Forum Theatre.

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for.prove.logo.enKnow and Association has started working on a project : ” ForProve theatre” 2015-2-BG01-КА205-014544
Partners: M&M Profuture Training, S.L. – Spain, Coges Società Cooperativa Sociale -  Italy, Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiebiorczosci /CWEP/ - Poland, Klub mladih Split – Croatia, Socialiniu inovaciju fondas – Lithuania.

According to the European Commission, in the second quarter of 2014 over 5 million young people (under 25) were unemployed in the EU-28. This represents an unemployment rate of 21.7% (23.2% in the euro area), which is more than twice as high as the adult unemployment rate (9.0%). Unemployment among youths has been a top priority for EU countries. One of the reasons for the unemployment is the lack of entrepreneurial spirit and skills amongst young people. The elaborated innovative method under the current project idea will create and develop in youth people transversal skills that are crucial in dealing with unemployment and lack of working skills.

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