Published on September 11, 2014
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Project Partners ITALY : Sinergia Societa Cooperativa Sociale, Bitonto TURKEY : Edirne Provincial Directorate of National Education SPAIN : Fundación De La Comunidad Valenciana Del Pacto Para El Empleo POLAND : Fundacja Transferu Wiedzy i Przedsiębiorczości, Koszalin SECOND NEWSLETTER First international meeting With the first international meeting in Bitonto / Italy which was organised between the 30th and 31st of October 2012, the project Acmei – Active Methods for European Integration” has been officially opened. The project has been created thanks to funding from the EU Lifelong Learning Programme – Grundtvig Learning Partnerships and involves organizations from ITALY, Sinergia Società Cooperativa Sociale (coordinator), SPAIN, Foundation of the Region of Valencia of the Employment Agreement in the City of Valencia, TURKEY, Edirne Provincial Directorate of National Education, and POLAND, Transfer of Knowledge and Entrepreneurship Foundation. The project, which focuses on the exchange of experiences and the comparison of different strategies, tools and methodologies used in the field of partner countries as well as aimed at identifying best
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 practices to promote the effective inclusion of immigrants, favored an early phases of the project the creation of a network of European organizations robust, effective and efficient. The first international meeting got a very positive impact on the territory since it has been an excellent opportunity to study the issue of immigration in Puglia, and offered an opportunity to identify the topic of national research that were then carried out in the countries involved, and which have been the subject of subsequent international meetings, in order to identify a selection of best practice to be disseminated in European countries at the end of the project. There have been numerous benefits related to the organization of this meeting in terms of image return to the proponent , to raise awareness of the participants , stakeholders and local communities . The meeting highlighted the project as challenging international experience for participants that have acquired a broader perspective on education, gaining experience of mobility, international dialogue and the European dimension of education and training for adult migrants. The set of tools for e-learning that will select the last months of the project will be transferred to other contexts and countries and become a tool for education and training institutions .
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 The event was held in two days; the first session of study and analysis is focused on organizational issues and project activities, such as the calendar of meetings, deadlines and the distribution of tasks. During the Meeting was attended by representatives of various public and private organizations , such as Puglia Arts , University of Bari , ethnicities Aps , cooperative Feart , Ulixes Scs . The objective was to study the framework of each country involved in the project , as well as educational programs and methodologies used , strategies to counteract barriers to education and to promote employability , gender policies . The partnership has focused mainly on organizational issues related to the project , such as the calendar of meetings and deadlines and the distribution of tasks . The second session was focused instead on the review of policy initiatives and innovative projects to promote the integration of immigrants in Italy , in Apulia in particular. The meeting ended with a commitment from all the partners involved to follow every stage of design and implementation of the planned activities. Second and fifth international meeting Second and fift Acmei meeting was organized by the Polish partner. The second meeting took place from 13 to 16 April 2013 in Koszalin. The fifth meeting took place from 24 to 28 October 2013 in Koszalin. Each meeting was structured in two parties: One aimed to planned the next steps for the project development according to the executive plan The other one aimed to know the national situation of immigration, the principle migration flows which interested Poland in the last years, the principle aspects of strategies, policies and programs for the migrants integration in Poland. The second meeting was focused on the presentation of: View slide
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Africans in Poland (Justin Pietrzkiewicz - Border Guard Training Centre in Koszalin) Persons returning from abroad in the context of social assistance in Poland (Anna Wysocka - Centre for Social Welfare in Karlino) The structure and scope of migration in Poland. Then the Polish referent Paul Materka presented some examples of social and professional integration , and the Integration system of foreigners in Poland. The speakers talked about the current problems of Polish immigrants in the context of social and professional integration, and presented some Support of social integration and professional in Poland programs: "Our Choice" Foundation programs, TWIP society Programs, Art of life Academy programs. The fift meeting was focused on the presentation of the global research realized in the first year. Then the speakers of the meeting presented the psychological and economical background of the migration (versus patriotism) of polish immigration, and the theme of the linguistic barrier for the integration. Polish speakers presented also the ongoin efforts of polish insitutions and organization to improve integration at local level (current situation, transregional cooperation), and the educaction system with the supporting activities for the integration. Italian participants then presented the proposed best practce “interground”, a videogame for schools to improve intercultural education. View slide
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Third international meeting Third international meeting of ACMEI took place between 13 -16 th of May 2013 in Edirne, Turkey. Deputy Governor of Edirne, Dr. Ayhan ÖZKAN welcomed Project partners and shared some information about the region. Director of hosting institution, Edirne Provincial Directorate of Education, Mr. Hüseyin ÖZCAN has made a speech about the institution and education related tasks in the region. Mr. Volkan SELVİ, member of EU Projects department in Edirne Provincial Directorate of National Education has made one presentation concerning Initial Research on Migration in Turkey and another presentation about activities for integration of people living in the city who have migration background. Since nearly half of the habitants of the region have migration background, most of the learners attending to adult education courses provided by public institutions and NGO’s are those ones. Edirne is the door from Turkey to European Union. Because of this position, the region is important concerning migration from middle east and asian countries to Europe. Most of the irregular migrant flow is ending in Edirne. Depending on this situation, a modern repatriation center have been built in the city. During the ACMEI Project implementation period, Edirne Provincial Directorate of National Education has opened a classroom in this center with help of Foreigners Department of Edirne Provincial Security Directorate and Edirne Teacher Training High School in order to help people and their children in the center.
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Mr. Selçuk ÖZTÜRK, director of Foreigners Department of Edirne Provincial Security Directorate, which is a key local partner of the ACMEI Project in Edirne, has made a presentation concerning new migration regulations in Turkey, which has been approved by law makers, just before the Turkish meeting of the ACMEI Project. Also he has made a presentation about the Edirne repatriation center, its role, and the classroom within. Mr. Alberto Fornasari from University of Bari in Italy, have shared a presentation about Integration and Education. Also Ms. Giuseppina Antonacci from Project leader Sinergia Sociale, made a presentation concerning Needs Analysis of the ACMEI Project. Mr. Volkan SELVİ from Edirne Provincial Directorate of National Education shared a presentation with all participants about usage of website and posting new articles on it. During the 3rd partners meeting of ACMEI Project in Edirne Turkey, all partipants had the chance to visit and analyse different adult education courses in Edirne.
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Fourth International Meeting With the forth international meeting in Bitonto (Italy) from the 25th to the 28st September 2013 the second year of the project Acmei – Active Methods for European Integration has passed the first year of its development. The meeting coincided with the event BitonToLegality (Bi2Le), organized by Sinergia, in partnership with the European Network FLARE (Freedom Legality and Rights in Europe), dedicated to the promotion of legality and social inclusion as strategies to combat crime and deviance, also in reference to the phenomenon of immigration.lebrated its first year of implementation. During this Italian Meeting Partners took stock of the situation. The first year of the Grundtivg Learning Partnership Acmei was focused on the INITIAL RESEARCH about the situation of immigration in Europe, with specific reference to the countries involved in the consortium (Italy, Spain, Turkey and Poland). During this meeting the partners have identified the following areas of interest: Reception and Integration Education and Training Labor Market Social Integration. They agreed to direct their activities towards the analysis and identification of projects and tools to the path of integration in the areas mentioned above. Sinergia Scs presented several important projects that have been manufactured in Italy and represent examples of good practice to be transferred to other countries and other contexts that have the same needs expressed. 1) “Interground - citizenship and intercultural education”, which is an educational game for teachers and students realized by Prof. Alberto Fornasari, Member of Intercultural Pedagogy Laboratory and of the Experimental Pedagogy Laboratory, Department of Educational Sciences, Psychology, Communication, University of Bari. 2) “A scuola con l’altro, a scuola dell’altro” (At school with the others, at school of the others), project funded by Ministry of Internal Affairs in the framework of the European Fund for the Integration of
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 3) non-EU immigrants (EIF), and realized by C.r.i.s.i. S.c.a.r.l. onlus, a not for profit organization specialized in mediation services. 4) The project planned three main target groups: students (Italian and immigrants), teachers and families (Italian and immigrants); it was structured in non formal training activities aimed to know the other (an individual different as personality and also as culture) and to promote the mutual enrichment thanks to the development of the relationships. 5) Welfare Camp: it’s an initiative for schools aimed to promote legality, inclusion and active participation of young people to welfare local policies. Il will also provide the target groups of a interactive web platform “welfare online” to discuss, confront and promote initiatives in their town and for their town.
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 This meeting also saw the participation of foreign partners to one of the largest fields ROM of the province of Bari, which favors the encounter of two cultures very different from each other: the Roma and the Italian one. Roma people live - as their culture provides - in shacks built with recycled materials, but with formal authorizations by the Municipality and with sanitation services and electricity. Their children go to Italian schools and some of them have founded a social cooperative, Artezian, which works in cleaning services, transport, porterage and gardening. During the meeting it was also presented the documentary video “Just About My Fingers – Stories of borders and fingerprints”, winner of “Premio Yalla Italia 2013” realized by Paolo Martino. The documentary shows the migration routes of North Africa, and Greece which is now the main access point to the European Union for refugees and asylum-seekers in Europe. Just About My Fingers tells the story of the “network’ boys", young people forced to spend their best years chasing the dream called "Europe". The presentation was attended by the protagonist of the documentary Rahell Ali Mohammad, who gave his testimony as a refugee in Europe. With the vision of the documentary was completed this fourth transnational meeting heralds new and upcoming design ideas. It represented yet another step that has helped the network’s implementation, making it more robust and effective. We look forward, therefore, the most important collection of best practices that emerge from each partner in order to build a comprehensive file containing a set of tools for e-learning for teachers, trainers and other social workers who deal with social and cultural integration in favor of immigrants.
Newsletter-2, Active Methods for European Integration, Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project, 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Active Methods for European Integration Grundtvig Learner Partnership Project 2012-1-IT2-GRU06-37709 Project Website: http://www.acmei.net Project Social Media Group: https://www.facebook.com/AcmeiProject?fref=ts Contact Information: Sinergia Societa Cooperativa Sociale (Lead Partner), Via Repubblica Italiana 110, 70032, Bitonto, ITALY. Ms. Pia Antonaci, +39 3405822046, firstname.lastname@example.org Fundación De La Comunidad Valenciana Del Pacto Para El Empleo, C Daniel De Balaciart, 8, 46020, Valencia, SPAIN. Mr. Raul Linuesa Montero, +34 605 68 58 04, email@example.com Fundacja Transferu Wiedzy i Przedsiębiorczości, Spasowskiego 1/27 street, 75-451 Koszalin, POLAND. Mr. Pawel Materka, + 48 506 016 137, firstname.lastname@example.org Edirne Provincial Directorate of National Education, Hükümet Konağı K:3, 22100, Edirne, TURKEY. Ms. Nezahat Satıcı, +90 505 656 9665, email@example.com “This project has been funded by the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein."
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