Quantity and Quality in EVS (QQ EVS), the role of the promoters
QQ EVS is a project coordinated by Tambour Battant with 8 partner organisations from 7 countries.
1. Baltic Regional Fund – Latvia
2. Dianova España – Spain
3. Asociatia EUROPANET – Romania
4. Geoclube, Associação Juvenil de Ciência, Natureza e Aventura – Portugal
5. Office Mulhousien de la Jeunesse – France
6. Service Volontaire International – Belgium
7. ŠKUC Association – Slovenia
8. Tambour Battant – France
9. TDM 2000 – Italy
From 2 to 5 May 2017, Tambour Battant organised a training for youth workers from 8 European countries: France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Belgium, Romania and Latvia.
20 participants found the foundry campus within a week to exchange experiences, practices and tools in the field of project management of EVS and tutoring of international volunteers.
Besides the content of this training, this event had three main objectives:
1. Promote the sharing of expertise and tools for the development of quality projects;
2. To establish reliable partnerships and long term;
3. Promote volunteering as an expression of civic involvement.
This Projet is co-funded by the European fund: Erasmus+ Youth, with the support of the Municipality of Mulhouse (FR) and the University of Haute-Alsace (Campus Fonderie, Mulhouse).
Facebook Group of the project
More info on the project page of the coordinator organisation
Some images from the working days
Day 1 of training
Day 2 of training
Day 3 of training
Day 5 of training
EU no borders
Objective: to encourage and to start new partnerships in frame Erasmus+ Programme
Themes: Inclusion-Equity and Youth (Participation, Youth Work, Youth Policy)
Method: non-formal methodologies for a better and fast understanding between the participants and also for to stimulate project proposals and new partnerships
Venue: Naples, Italy
Project dates: 04.05.2015 – 10.05.2015
Promoter: Associazione Mosaico (Italy) is an association for international exchanges and trainings
1. ASOCIATIA EUROPANET – Country: Romania
2. Associazione di Promozione Sociale Futuro Digitale – Country: Italy
3. BORDERLESS – Country: Italy
4. Vega Omladinski Centar – Country: Serbia
5. Youth for Social Changes – Country: Albania
6. Univerzitetni rehabilitacijski institut Republike Slovenije – Country: Slovenia
7. Suleyman Sah Univesitesi – Country: Turkey
8. EN.O GREECE – Country: Greece
9. Udruzenje “Mladi Volonteri” – Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
10. Youth Association DRONI – Country: Georgia
11. Baltic Regional fund – Country: Latvia
12. ASOCIATIA HAIR REDIVIVUS BUZAU – Country: Romania
13. Siksali Arendusselts MTÜ – Country: Estland
14. EUROCIRCLE – Country: France
15. National Assembly of Youth Organizations – Country: Azerbaijan
16. Ocean Znanja u Republici Hrvatskoj – Country: Croatia
17. Talentum Alapítvány az Önkéntesség Támogatásáért – Country: Hungary
18. Akademickie Centrum Informacji i Edukacji Europejskiej – Country: Poland
19. Association Center for Intercultural Dialogue – Country: Former Yugoslav
20. Associação Interculutral Para Todos – Country: Portugal
21. Mykolaivska Miska Molodizhna Hromadska Organizatsiya “Iskra” – Country: Ukraine
22. Comunidad Saharaui Residente en Asturias – Country: Spain
EU no Borders is a meeting for youth and social workers, an occasion for partner searching, for to take contact and for a mutual knowledge, for to compare each other methodologies and “philosophies” work and the different approaches with disadvantaged young people, for to build new international partnerships among EU-, south- and EU south oriental countries.
It’s a project for members of big or little organisations active in youth policies field and its objective is to develop professional international cooperation. It’s a meeting between “men in charge”, finalised to the development of future proposals projects. It’s a “market” of partnerships and projects between organisations with a real interest to share interest and their international cooperation.
It’s necessary, between so different realities, to search the correct form of expression and communication; to work on the resources and the experiences of the participants self for to ensure the greatest possible involvement space. Every activity of the program it’ll be centred on the necessity to open himself to the others and to reveal how much the possible elements related to his own work and to his own organisation.
How to be PETER PAN?
1st May 2011 – 30th April 2012
Local Youth Groups Association (AGLT) in partnership with EUROPANET Association announces the “How to be PETER PAN” project launch, project financed by Soros Foundation Romania through the “Emergency Fund” Program.
Projects period: May 2011 – April 2012.
The development of Educational Socio-Pedagogical Services (Social Animator) from the rural environment to offer social activities to include children with disabilities (visual and mobility) through training and support (scholarship, training in the field of social animator or psycho-pedagogy) offered to youth (17-35 years old) from the rural communities in which AGLT has local youth groups to work in socio-medical centers or directly into the community with children with disabilities.
– 60 young people (from which 20 are youth with visual and mobility disabilities) from poor rural and small urban areas, local facilitators in AGLT, trained as animators in working with children and youth with visual and mobility disabilities;
– 20 scholarships;
– 200 children and young people with visual or mobility impairments participants in Playing Days and special days organised by youth;
– 200 families supported in the daily work of child care;
– 20 potential employers (including socio-medical service centres at home).
1. 60 young people will be trained and certified as social animators in working with children with visual and mobility disabilities.
2. 80 Playing Days with at least 200 children with visual and mobility disabilities.
3. 20 young social animators selected to receive 1-year scholarship.
4. 20 young social animators will participate in the Peter Pan Creation Camp.
5. Publishing and printing of the 2 brochures with at least 30 games for working with children with visual and mobility disabilities in 500 copies.
6. 5 events to promote young social animators (Career Day and workshops) with the participation of parents with children with disabilities or employers with an employment potential of hiring young social animators.
7. The launch of the two-game brochures for the social animators that work with children with visual and mobility disabilities.
For more details and information about the project, contact person: Cristina Chert – project manager, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Comunicat de presa lansare proiect.doc (357 Kb)
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