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KA1 “SLAM”

“Structured Learning for Awareness in Media” (SLAM) aims at enhancing young people’s awareness and critical thinking on the role of Mass Media as a challenge and precondition for more inclusive societies towards migrants and refugees.  

Start: 15-11-2019 – End: 14-11-2021
Project Reference: 608486-EPP-1-2019-1-BA-EPPKA2-CBY-WB
EU Grant: 100514.65 EUR
Programme: Erasmus+
Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action Type: Capacity Building for youth in neighbouring and enlargement countries

Project TOPICs:

The project explores the similarities, differences and potential synthesis among the different yet interrelated challenges faced by West Balkans countries and Europe within a transnational effort aimed at laying the grounds of a greater media literacy and critical thinking at the level of the youth and, by extension, of society as a means to provide an antidote against phenomena of hate speech and a building block of successful integration processes.

TARGET GROUPs:

Young people aged 18-25 in partner countries

APPROACH / METHODOLOGY:

NFE

Project ACTIVITIES:

– Research on the main challenges and best practices in media literacy in the field of migration/refugee issues in Europe and the West Balkans.

– International piloting of the Training Format with youth workers and leaders from each partner organization.

– Youth Exchange in Bosnia & Herzegovina on media literacy and migration/refugee involving young people aged 18-25 from each partner country.

– Seminar in Bosnia & Herzegovina with mixed groups of youth workers and young people (2 per category per organization) in whose context to brainstorm and co-devise the upcoming social campaigning.

– Social Campaign, online and offline (in all partner countries), wherein the youth will spread the values and instruments of media literacy acquired in the local communities and national societies by online and offline means.

– Creation of Guidebook (in all partner countries) in multiple languages for youth organizations external to the Consortium.

– Establishment of a project Website with project information and digital learning resources in multiple languages for young people.

For more information check out our partners websites:

Coordinator: BRAVO – Bosnian Representative Association for Valuable Opportunities (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 

NGO: Qendrat Youth for Social Changes (Albania) 

NGO: MLADIINFO MONTENEGRO (Montenegro) 

NGO: EPEKA (Sinop) 

NGO: KOM 018 (Serbia) 

NGO: BSDA (Bulgaria)  

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KA1 “ART FOR SOCIAL INNOVATORS”

KA104: Capacity Building for youth in neighbouring and enlargement countries 

TITLE: Art for Social Innovators 

ACRONYM:  ASI 

DURATION: 24 months 

Partnership 

Coordinator: ASOCIATIA YOUNG EUROPE SOCIETY (Romania) 

NGO: MV INTERNATIONAL (Italy) 

NGO: ASOCIATIA INGENS RISUS (Romania) 

NGO: ASSOCIATION OF YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS NEPAL (Nepal) 

NGO: BETTER WORLD (Korea) 

NGO: VOLUNTEER SPIRIT ASSOCIATION (Thailand) 

“ASI” – “Art of Sustainable Innovation” project is primarily focusing its aim at deploying Social Innovation and Circular Economy as a mean for inclusion, active citizenship and solidarity, employability and entrepreneurship among youth with fewer opportunities in disadvantaged rural communities in Europe and Asia. 

ASI focuses on promoting and reinforcing the connection between Youth NGOs, youth operators and local stakeholders in the field of Social Innovation & Circular Economy around developing tools and skills that are aimed to guide youth at using the local resources, sustainability, an finally develop social enterprises that are answering needs in their communities.

The final outputs of the project comprise: 

– Format TC “Art in Innovation” creating innovative methodologies for raising awareness of various approaches towards starting social enterprises which are sustainable and non-polluting, and transferring those to youth workers and target groups 

– “YOUnnovate” web platform is going to share all the resources created during this project: methods, video tutorials, circular economy approaches/resources/network, video testimonials and personal experience, e-book/booklet of tools, documents, best practices, tools and resources for entrepreneurs, skills and approaches to find employment, 

– “YOUnnovate methodologies” e-book comprising NFE tools, resources for social innovation & circular economy, explanation of the concepts, global trends, possibilities and opportunities, proven methods of success. 

ASI focuses on promoting and reinforcing the connection between Youth NGOs, youth operators and local stakeholders in the field of Social Innovation & Circular Economy around developing tools and skills that are aimed to guide youth at using the local resources, sustainability, an finally develop social enterprises that are answering needs in their communities.

“Art of Sustainable Innovation” project is primarily focusing its aim at deploying Social Innovation and Circular Economy as a mean for inclusion, active citizenship and solidarity, employability and entrepreneurship among youth with fewer opportunities in disadvantaged rural communities in Europe and Asia.   

• METHODOLOGY 

NFE Methods, simulations, live streaming, video tutorials, interviews. 

• OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT 

The project is designed to focus on employability and environmental issues approaching those from the perspective of entrepreneurship, with the core target groups of; 

– young people with fewer opportunities from rural areas aged (14-30 yrs) who have technological resources (at least smart phones) and  

– youth workers who are using non formal education in their work with youngsters. The project is also aimed to enhance the organisational capacity and skills of the participating organisations and even reaching further to their local networks promoting the outcomes of a valuable transcontinental partnership.  

MAIN ACTIVITIES 

– Seminar 6 Days “Circular Innovation for Youth” (Romania) 

– Training Course “Art in Innovation”(Thailand) 

– Local Youth Workshops in each country 

– Youth Exchange “YOU-nnovate” (5 participants per partner country) in Nepal 

–  Seminar for youth “YOU-nnovate it!” (2 participants per partner country and up to 100 local invitees, as well as a webinar) in Korea. 

– Job Shadowing in Thailand and Romania. 

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