On 9 and 10 October, was held the first Partner Meeting of the ENSI project “European Network for Social Inclusion” in Stara Zagora (Bulgaria), funded by the Erasmus+ KA2 Program (KA2 Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange for Good Practices – Strategic Partnerships for VET), in which it was presented the project, the partners and their role.

The project aims to present the non-formal education as a means of inclusion for all, especially for those who haven’t had a formal education system like immigrant children. Therefore, the aim is to compare the methods adopted in the different partner countries to develop a language learning model that can be used regardless of the country of origin.

The project aims to improve the role of parents and educators in the non-formal sector and organizations such as support structures for the social inclusion of children and adolescents with particular educational needs.

After the first Partner Meeting, each partner will prepare an analytical report on learning difficulties and social inclusion of children and adolescents with learning difficulties in their own country. The analysis will also concern the legislative, methodological, pedagogical, and socio-educational aspects.

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The project involves the following European partners:
People Help the People (Italy) – Coordinator
Asociatia Fluturele Visator Butterfly Dreamer (Romania)
Associacion Amigos de Europa (Spain)
EURO-Training (Bulgaria)
Centro Internazionale delle Culture Ubuntu (Italy)
Fundacja Family Center (Poland)

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