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H2020 Call 2019

MVNGO is presently working on the preparation of a project proposal in the frame of the upcoming Horizon 2020 Call “Open schooling and collaboration on science education” (Deadline: November 7th 2019) as head of a Consortium of international partner organizations.

The main focus of the call is the creation of new partnerships in local communities to foster improved science education for all the citizens. Eligible project proposals comprise actions based on collaboration between formal, non-formal and informal science education providers, enterprises and civil society aimed at integrating the concept of open schooling (across the levels wherein school education spans) in science  education.

For the purposes of the present Call, “open schooling” is considered as the settings wherein schools, in cooperation with other stakeholders act as agents of community well-being, families are encouraged to become active parteners in school life/activities as well as professionals from business/civil society (including NGOs) are involved in bringing real-life rojects to the classroom.

The propoposal presently under development by MVNGO focuses on Citizen Science as a participatory approach to green issues and education.

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Grundtvig In-Service Training Education and Sport for All

Education and Sport for All

 

The main aim of this training course, which took place in Sassari (Sardinia), between 1 and 5 April 2014, was to teach 5 adult learners how to use sport as an educational tool for inclusion using the non formal education method.

Actually, the TC was aimed to demonstrate how to create games using sport therapy according to the necessities of people with special needs developing concrete activities for including them into the community.

Those games are called “adaptive games” because they are adaptable according to the ability of participants: everyone will be in the same level and feeling actively involved in the game.

Participants analyzed the aggregative power of sport, using it as a tool for fighting against discrimination.

In concrete the learning aim of the TC were as follows:

– To show how Sport can be the perfect tool of inclusion and stimulate in the activities people with less opportunities (specially disable bodies);

-To break stereotypes towards vulnerable groups providing the participants with a good understanding about social inclusion/exclusion, discrimination, human rights education;

– To create an international network of professionals, volunteers, associations aimed to disseminate successful good practices at international level and gathering new ideas from each other in order to amplify the multiplier.

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Photovoice Comune di Olbia

Photovoice

The project was entirely funded by the Municipality of Olbia and implemented by MVNGO.

The activities involved 2 classes of the third High School year of the Institute and were implemented by two collaborators of MVNGO, a Trainer expert in Non Formal Education and a Facilitator.

“Photovoice Olbia” was a project involving youngsters aged between 16 and 18 from Istituto Superiore Amsicora IPIA, also through the use of communication media as photographs and videos, developing their creativity and putting the latter to the service of the citizenry through the promotion of active citizenship. “Photovoice Olbia” activated a path allowing young people to develop their own points of view regarding the world surrounding them as well as to exploit these as tools of social change through the use of photography, videos and group discussion. The language of imagery, easily accessible for young people in particular, was combined with text language by the development of digital instruments and of widespread tools as smartphones, bringing into being an original and innovative methodology of research and analysis about urban contexts and ordinary life experiences, which contributed to the development of the critical thinking of the youngsters involved, giving voice to marginalized individuals and areas of the city.

 

Manuale PHOTOVOICE OLBIA

 

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Grundtvig Workshop “Inclusive Methods on Foreign Language”

Inclusive Methods on Foreign Language

The aim of the Grundtvig Workshop organised in September 2013 by MVNGO was to develop participants’ individual and social skills, relevant to their personal development and learning needs.

During the workshop, the participants’ creativity, teamwork skills, self-confidence and readiness for collaboration with others was enhanced.

Non formal education had a positive influence in people with very different cultural and social background, so it can be used as a tool in the education process, providing competence development for personal self-esteem.

Main activities of the Workshop were planned following the prototype of the simulation method.

The programme of the Workshop consisted of four different parts, where participants had an active role: they had to find out a solution to different types of problems accouring during the classroom sessions about different topics: intercultural dialogue, difficulties of comprehension, cultural behavior and linguistic barriers.

Every teacher could face off problems during his/her daily work.

The aim was to create “adaptive lessons” according to the different capabilities of the potential students to interact or understand another language.

The main activites of the project were based on the use of Non formal education as a supporting method for facilitating the process of Learning a language by foreigners.

The introduction of NFE Education and NFE methods helped to promote Community Content- Based Instruction within the formal educational system, because it:

-Involves students actively in identifying needs and finding solutions,

-Promotes learning that is practical, flexible, and based on real needs,

-Focuses on improving the life of the individual and/or community,

-Encourages students to assess, practice and reflect on their learning,

-Promotes the use of NFE as a facilitator process during the working session.

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Chance for a Change

Chance for a Change

“Chance for a Change” was held in Sardinia in 2014.

The promotion of Green Skills in Sardinia was the main objective of the project granted by Fondazione Banco di Sardegna.

This project was implemented in the Olbia Tempio Province.

Following the current economic crisis in the tourism sector, much of the population aged between 18 and 32 years, especially women, at one time used at least seasonally in the tourism industry, it is unemployed or, even worse, unoccupied .

In this context it is necessary to develop new skills to guarantee the possibility of devising new forms of employment and self-employment which have to be compatible with the tourism economy that characterizes the Gallura Region.

We proposed to create new artistic and technical skills in the collection of polluting materials for the creation of “green” products (recycled) that have a real value in use (eg, lamps, storage , landscaping items , small furniture the house etc.) and a value of “artistic”.

The object then was to create and develop in recipients of second instance a set of green skills  that are the necessary condition for a possible development of a processing techniques of “waste”, urban and not, thus triggering of professional competences in the context of a new green economy.

 

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K2 Adults Strate.Gees

Strategies for refuGees (Strate.Gees)

 

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Strategies for refuGees (Srate,Gees) is an Erasmus Plus Startegic Partnership in the field of Adult education coordinated by the British organization “KBM Consultants Ltd”, with MVNGO in the role of a partner organization. The Consortium of the project is composed of 8 organizations from the UK, Italy, Poland, Greece, Spain, Turkey and Romania.

The main objective of the project s to find, understand and  share good practices to be applied in local territories characterized by tensions and integration problems brought about by refugee flows. The expected achievement is to help deetermining an improvement in the overall local context affected by the recalled issues, offering best services and guiding the population to accept and respond positively to all the humaniarian needs.

With the help of different trainings, workshops, seminars and project meetings, as well as by sharing good practices that have already been tested by partner organizations, partners will see to improve their skills and abilities in the field, as well as to enhance their knowledge and capacity to act at the local/regional level with a view to improving the quality of refugees’/migrants’ lives and minimizing their problems, integrating them in their hosting communities.

 

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NHEI Consortium 2017-2020

NHEI Consortium

Mine Vaganti NGO coordinates “National Higher Education Consortium”, the NHEI, from 2014.

MVNGO was accredited again for the period 2017-2020 (2017-1-IT02-KA108-036100)

www.heiconsortium.it

The Consortium involves:

  • For the period 2014-2017: 9 Italian Universities: Università degli Studi di Padova, Università Alma Mater Studiorum di Bologna, Università Tor Vergata di Roma, Università degli Studi di Sassari, Università degli Studi della Basilicata, Università della Calabria, Accademia delle Belle Arti di Catanzaro, Università “Kore” di Enna and Università di Messina
  • For the period 2017-2020: 8 Italian Universities: Università degli Studi di Sassari, Accademia Belle Arti Mario Sironi, Università di Cagliari, Università di Enna Kore, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Accademia di Belle Arti di Macerata, Università di Foggia
  • For both periods: 5 NGOs, 12 Public and Private Bodies

NHEI promotes vocational training targeted to future graduates and recent new graduates (within 1 year) of the above-listed Universities.

                         

 

 

 

 

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K2 Adults BELLE

Better and easier access to lifelong learning in Europe (BELLE)

 

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“Better and easier access to lifelong learning in Europe” (BELLE) is an Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnership in the field of Adult education coordinated by the Spanish organization “Associacion Mundus”, with MVNGO as a partner organization. The Consortium of the project is composed of 6 partner organizations from Spain, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy and Latvia.

The project was developed as an articulate response to the issue of inadequate levels of reading, writing, numeracy and digital skills within the European adult population, placing significant portions of which at risk of unemployment, poverty and social exclusion.

The project proposes to deal with the above identified issue through enhancing the access to Lifelong Learning opportunities for adult learners by means of the elaboration of educational materials and tools that will stimulate participation of individuals in training activities and quality learning processes.

The project will also strive to strengthen the profiles of professionals operating in this sector, by increasing the quality of the educational offer which they propose, bringing high qualty learning opportunities tailored to the needs of individuals.

The project will:

  • Assess the needs of individuals in each country with regards to the provision of high quality tailored training courses and modules.
  • Develop a joint definition of tailor-made adult centered quality criteria for education and training.
  • Foster the cooperation among entities operating in the field, establishing cross-sectorial partnerships amed at further sustainable development of the adult educational sector in Europe.
  • Raise awareness of LLL among various target groups on local and international levels.
  • Create an online Learning Platform contaning a high quality training offer for adults in terms of standardized course modules programs, translated in 7 EU languages with the aim to ease access to Lifelong Learning and stimulating better the involvement of learners from more countries in such processes.
  • Create a community of practice among AE professionals with the aim to exchange best practices, tools and information and in this way enhance the cooperation among the education, training and youth fields.

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K1 Adults Growing Social in Storytelling

Growing Social in Storytelling

“Growing Social in Storytelling” (GSS) is an Erasmus Plus KA1 project in the frame of Adults education coordinated by Mine Vaganti NGO.

GSS comprises an international Consortium of 3 partner organizations from Italy, Cyprus and Germany.

The project aims at developing the competences of regular members of MVNGO’s staff (Bloggers, Trainers and general staff members) to employ Storytelling and Digital Storytelling as instruments of communication and entrepreneurial development.

MVNGO has tested experience in the professional use of Non Formal Education (NFE) methods,  successfully employed in recent years through the implementation of a set of NFE workshops focused on intercultural and interfaith dialogue in the area of North Sardinia.

Amid successful implementation, MVNGO developed an internal reflection/analysis over prospected diffusion/dissemination strategies, letting emerge a shared assessment underlining the organizational lack of knowledge in innovative communication strategies.

Digital storytelling is the most recent extension of storytelling towards digital, audio-visual media, fostering an impacting use of the possibilities granted by today’s digital world and enabling communication across language and cultural barriers.
Digital Storytelling is a fast-evolving instrument in the realm of devising impacting tools and strategies of Communication/Dissemination
Storytelling is also a powerful tool in entrepreneurial education and business development, which acquire a specific importance for both the inner development of the organization in an entrepreneurial perspective and its activities of educational empowerment with disadvantaged adult targets (migrants, NEETs etc.).

GSS foresees to achieve the established goals through the following activities to be implemented during the project:

Training Course on Digital Storytelling as a tool of communication involving 5 bloggers regular members of MVNGO in the premises of the partner organization Comparative Research Network (CRN) in Berlin.

Training Course on Storytellling as a tool of entrepreneurial enhancement and education in the premises of the partner organizaton DOREA (Cyprus), with the participation of 5 MVNGO Trainers.

Job Shadowing involving 5 regular staff members of MVNGO in the premises of the partner organization CRN (Berlin) and focused on developing regular mechanisms of cooperation and acquiring/exchanging knowledge as well as best practices in the use of Storyteling and Digital Storytelling.

 

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K1 Youth TC Setea

SETEA is an Erasmus Plus KA1 multiactivity project (2 Training Courses) coodinated by the Croatian NGO “Rijeka Sport’s Association“, with MVNGO as a partner organization and hosting organization of one of the project Training Courses.

The project will involve 40 youth workers and leaders from partner organizations. SETEA aims at allowing youth operators (youth workers and leaders) and potential Sport entrepreneurs to employ Sport methods and practices to spread entrepreneurial mindset and skills among disadvantaged youngsters in partner countries.

SETEA GENERAL AIM is:

  • To provide participants with knowledge, skills and attitudes to employ Sport to spread entrepreneurial attitudes and skills among disadvantaged youth;
  • To promote cooperation among countries belonging to different European regions affected by similar problems of youth unemployment and exclusion;
  • To develop a sustainable network among organizations in the Youth and sport fields;
  • To explore the meaning, relevance and potential of youth entrepreneurship for increasing youth employability;
  • To reflect and Exchange opinions/researches about the youth unemployment and entrepreneurship in different European countries in the field of sport;
  • To explore Sport as an area of concrete entrepreneurial engagement for young people;
  • To share examples of good practices combating youth unemployment in sport.

SETEA foresees the implementation of 2 Training Courses, as follows:

Training Course 1 “Sport is the Way!”

The Training Course was implemented in Italy (Sassari) between March 11-17 2018, with the participation of 20 Youth workers and leaders involved in Non Formal Education through Sport.

TC activities were based on Non Formal Education tools as a medium for conveying entrepreneurial practices and values. The final outcome was the production of a Guidebook on Entrepreneurial Skills Development through Sport Education which alongside the knowledge and attitudes developed by participants during the TC will contribute in acting as multipliers disseminating TC outcomes within participants’ home organizations and to the larger audience of persons interested in becoming youth entrepreneurs.

Training Course 2 “Give Entrepreneurship a Run!”

The Training Course took place in Rijeka (Croatia) between June 23-29 2018. The participants were 20 among experienced Youth workers and potential Young sport entrepreneurs reached through dissemination of the first project TC.

 

SETEA Training Course “Sport is the Way!”

 

 

SETEA Training Course “Give Entrepreneurship a Run!”

 

The Guidebook in Entrepreneurial Skills Development Through Sport Education, developed by participants as a final outcome of the project

Guidebook-on-Entrepreneurial-Skills-Development-Through-Sport-Education

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