The TRY project Non-Formal Learning Approaches and Self-Management Practices started in July 2017. Within the framework of this program, two teams from the Youth Association Transylvania visited the Zeyk Domokos Vocational Highschool in order to provide students with extraordinary lessons using non-formal education methods.
Between September 3 and 9, 2018, the Youth Association from Transylvania hosted a training course and a coordinators meeting within the Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership called “TRY: non formal learning approaches and self-management practices” where 5-5-5 teachers from vocational schools of the 3 partner countries - Portugal, Poland and Romania – got an immersive 4 day long training regarding non-formal education and possibilities of including it in day to day practices in the classrooms. Then, for 1 day, the 9 coordinators of all the partner institutions, which are the VET schools, NGOs and municipalities analyzed the progress so far and made plans for the next steps.
On the 22nd of January 2018, the Youth Association from Transylvania has officially opened the local level of the Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership called “TRY: non formal learning approaches and self-management practices” when it went to the Zeyk Domokos Vocational School and presented the project to its teachers.
On the 29th and 30th of September the kick off meeting of the Erasmus+ project "Breaking the silence: Fight against violence and abuse of women" was held in Cantabria (Spain). Take a look at this article to know more about this project.
Permacultura Cantabria hosted the kick off meeting, which was attended by representatives from 5 European entities that are from Spain, Romania, Italy, Poland and Hungary.
The Erasmus + Strategic Partnership project "Breaking the Silence: Fight agains Violence and Abuse of Women" has been successfully approved and funded! In this project, participants will gain new tools to identify, diagnose and treat abuse of power against women.
Violence against women is a serious social problem across Europe. The Hungarian Anthropolis Association will work within the framework of European cooperation to support the work of professionals who work with victims of violence - or potential victims - in some form.
After finalizing the mobility events in Europe under the “Youth in Progress and Partnership for Equality and Exchange” (YIPPEE) project, a guideline has been developed on the methodologies needed to implement digital storytelling activities in a number of contexts.
Between January 26 and February 3, 2019, the YIPPEE project coordinators' team was in Zinvie, Benin, for a digital storytelling workshop, study visits, and project evaluation.
From 25th to 28th of February, Associazione Agrado has had the pleasure to host the Italian Meeting of the KA2 Project "Counteracting Power abuse", coordinated by Permacultura Cantabria.
From the 2nd October to 7th of October 2018 Ramales de la Victoria (Spain) was the host of a 6-day training course of the Erasmus+ project: “COUNTERACTING POWER ABUSE.”
On the 30th September-1st October 2018 the first transnational project meeting took place in Ramales de la Victoria, in Spain to officially start the Erasmus+ project: "COUNTERACTING POWER ABUSE"
Representatives from 5 European entities, Spain, Romania, Hungary, Italy and Poland attended the kick off meeting, which was hosted by Permacultura Cantabria.