In Poland, the Round Table was carried out on June 14, 2019 in Bytom (Śląskie Voivodeship). The topic concerned social inclusion. During the event, the participants discussed the possibility of adapting best practices that were learned during the project. The cooperation of six partner organizations gave transferability of good practices to other European countries. During the Round Table, the possibilities of applying the method in a wider context were examined: Sport as a tool for social inclusion. The Round Table allowed the discussion of specialists, educators, psychologists, teachers, sociologists, trainers, parents, grandparents and grandmothers, educators working with children, teenagers and youth. It was an event summarizing work in the ENSI project and pointing to the benefits of the project.
The round table organised by Amigos de Europa was cellebrated in 18th of June in cooperation with Lucena Acoge. During the round table Javier Morales, president of Amigos de Europa spoke about ENSI project and introduced to the attendance in the work developed by the partners during almost two years. Also Jesús Pineda, social worker of Lucena Acoge explained the importance of ENSI project for her association and how they are implementing the methodolgies tested and learnt thanks to the project. Also, we counted with the fireman, Miguel Roldán Espinosa who was cooperating with a german NGO in the Mediterranean Sea, nex to Sicily rescuing migrants who tried to arrive to Europe, and who right now is prosecuted by the italian court accused of human traffiking.
The final step of ENSI project was the Round Table, during which after all the activities and the results of the project were exposed, experts, psychologists, teachers and stakeholders discussed the project’s focus: the social inclusion of children with particular attention to immigrant children.
It was a very formative moment because the issue of inclusion was addressed under the different aspects of the speakers.
Educators, social animators and parents from Spain, Romania, Poland, Bulgaria and Italy participated from 8 to 12 July 2019 in the Training Course (TC2) in Palermo organized by People Help the People, in collaboration with Centro Internazionale delle Culture Ubuntu.
The Training Course was conducted in English and through non-formal methodologies using facilitation processes and active participation.
During the TC2, n. 40 participants, from each partner country, presented the results of the implementation phase carried out in each partner country, where they applied the best practice methods chosen during TC1, contributing to the implementation of the final educational model – Handbook of Research.
During the week, the participants also had the opportunity to visit ” Casa della Comunità Speranza “, a Center which is located inside the Kasbah of Mazara del Vallo and to attend the concert of the children’s choir of the School “Rosolino Pilo” in Palermo, both examples of Best Practices.
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The last partner meeting took place in Palermo on 8 and 9 July 2019.
It was an important moment of confrontation between the whole partnership as it was discussed on the progress of the project, on the last fulfilments of each partner and was analyzed and discussed the Research Handbook that will be the final output of the project.
Simultaneously with the partner meeting, TC2 took place in Palermo, with the participants of each partner