The final event of our project took part on 31 August 2021, in Râmnicu Vâlcea – at the festivity hall of National Collegium ”Mircea cel Batran”.
It gathered 57 participants: experts in adults’ education (trainers, lecturers, researchers, psychologists etc.), public officials (public officers, local and governmental chief departments etc.) and decision makers (mayors, local and regional councillors, parliamentarians) – 37 from Romania and 20 from abroad.
On 2nd July we developed the third national seminar in Romania, aiming to promote the project and first three intellectual outputs. It took part in Cugir – Romania and gathered 15 participants from local authorities, companies (interested in employing migrants in the future) and NGOs. Continue reading “Third multiplier event – Cugir/Romania”
On 28 and 29 June we organised two multiplier events in Sinaia (Hotel Mara) – aiming to promote the project and first three intellectual outputs in Romania. We had 43 participants at both events from central and local authorities, companies (interested in employing migrants in the future) and NGOs.
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Between September – December 2019 each partner organises – with the support of the 20 participants at the Transnational Learning Activity from Rome – local activities for professionals in adults’ education that could be interested in using the methodology created during the project – particularly the ”Training kit for adult educators” in their work with different marginalised groups.
Each partner gathered between 18 – 25 participants (10 totally) and started this local ToT-s this month.
The next step in developing AMICI project (according to the cascade approach detailed here) is to involve the 20 participants to the LTT in Rome in organising local trainings for trainers. Continue reading “Preparing the local ToT-s”
The transnational learning activity took part in Rome, between 10-15 June 2019.
The methodology applied was structured in three main strands: Continue reading “Training in Rome”
The event took part in Rome, between 10-15 June 2019.
All partner selected participants (4 persons from each country)
Italian partner (who organise all the event) already sent them an info-pack including information about the project (aim, objectives, expected results), some logistic aspects (accommodation, place for activities) and useful information about Rome and Italy, and also prepared the agenda.
All partners already begun to select participants to the Transnational Learning Activity planned to take part in Rome, between 10-15 June 2019.
This activity aims to improve participants’ knowledge and develop their abilities needed for working with autobiographical method in general and for using this method on migrants and minorities in particular, and, on the other hand, to test, at transnational level, the first intellectual output, the ”Training kit for adult educators”.
Each partner will select 4 participants. We are looking for professionals in adult education with a medium level of English (minimum B1- according to CEFRL) at least one experience in a learning activity that involves low skilled/qualified adults.
People interested should fill the application form available here.
The first transnational meeting of the project AMICI Autobiographical Method for Migrants’ and Minorities’ Inclusion in Communities they are living In – here called TPM1 – took place between 18th – 19th March 2019 in a place made available by our Bulgarian partner on 28 Denkoglu street, fl. 1, Marabu Hall Sofia 1000. It aimed to assign roles, tasks, responsibilities, to ensure the self-perception and other evaluation processes working effectively and the coherence to objectives, activities and results, details of initial action, communication systems and work plan. There were 8 participants from the 5 partner organisations Continue reading “First Transnational Project Meeting – a good start!”
in order to facilitate a better communication among partners we scheduled more video-conferences (by Skype). First one took part on 15 November 2018.
During the on-line meeting each partner introduced itself and the organisation (aim, target groups, activities in general and activities focused on adults’ education in particular), then we reviewed the project, activities, new deadlines (as the project start was postponed with a month) tasks and responsibilities for each organisation, established the date for the first transnational project meeting (unfortunately we couldn’t find a period convenient for all partners in November, as mentioned n the application form, the earliest possible period being March 2019). Continue reading “First partners’ meeting (on Skype)”