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InclusiON Guide. (Best practices in Educational leisure time as a space for social inclusion of migrants and refugees)


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The EU has to face new models and paradigms of intervention. The so-called crisis of the refugees and the situation of migrants and asylum seekers need a response from those agents who are committed to social cohesion. In this sense, education in leisure time is a tool and a scenario for social inclusion and development of values, which are essential for a fruitful integration of these groups. In this project we propose to create innovative resources and train stakeholders working in this field to achieve the competencies and skills that allow implementing protocols of intervention for the inclusion of these groups. Inclusi-ON is a project aimed at promoting education, training and inclusive youth, testing the possibilities offered by non-formal education in the creation of devices of social inclusion, giving rise to new training programs, methodologies and to a new discourse on the subject as a whole. The objectives of the project are: - To promote the field of educational leisure time as a space for social inclusion. - To train youth leaders and young people to carry put initiatives to incorporate competencies, values, capacity and methodologies that promote social inclusion through educational leisure time. - To adapt youth and education programs to new challenges and, in particular, to work with migrants and refugees. - To map good practices, methodologies, and training activities to promote these processes of inclusion. To reach this goal, we carried out: a) 3 Local seminars in every each country to diagnose needs and challenges and work locally what has been shared at an European level during the transnational meetings between the partner. b) 3 transnational meeting: - To rank these needs (Bilbao). - To elaborate a “best practices” guide that pick up the reflection process carried out during the project (Bratislava) - To elaborate the guide (Lisbon). c) Training to incorporate skills and competencies in non-formal education (Napoly). The project is addressed to: a) Direct target: workers, university students, VET students, researchers, professionals in social and educational field. 5 b) Strategical target: decision makers from public authorities and from civil society (NGO, associations). The Project gathers six organizations from four countries, (Basque Country-Spain, Slovak Republic, Portugal and Italy). - Basque Country-Spain: Kiribil Sarea EDE Fundazioa Universidad del Pais Vasco - Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea - Slovak Republic: Mladez ulice - Portugal: CAI - Conversas Associação Internacional - Italy: Associazione Giosef Italy - Giovani Senza Frontiere With experience in working in inclusion, leisure time, in non-formal education and work with young people, as well as with expertise in the systematization of methods and trainings in this area. The partner organizations have previously collaborated in other European and crossborder projects and share the vision and purpose of this type of project. The begining of the project was in February of 2017 and its completion i
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