TC1- SP-ADULT-SHORT – Short-term joint staff training event (Palermo, 21-25 May 2018)

From 21st to 25th May 2018 the Training Course (TC1) of the European project (Erasmus+ KA2) “European Network for Social Inclusion – ENSI” was held in Palermo (Italy), organized by the Coordinator of the project People Help the People, in collaboration with Centro Internazionale delle Culture Ubuntu (Italy).

They participated n. 33 people among parents, educators, social animators, volunteers from organizations working for the inclusion of children and adolescents with learning difficulties, coming from each partner country

The TC1 was conducted in English through a non-formal methodology using the facilitation method and through the active participation and creative production of innovative solutions applicable to different contexts, giving life to a model to be experimented at local level.

During the Training Course were compared the best practices of each project partner organization, in the context of education and inclusion of children and adolescents with learning difficulties.

From the presentation of the best practices of each partner has emerged a sharing of methods in the activities of reception and organization aimed at children and adolescents with learning difficulties, but also a large gap from the point of view of the legislation in recognizing or not a child or a teenager like SEN.

After the Training Course, each participant in own country will organize a local training with colleagues and will test the techniques and methodologies learned during the TC1 activity, involving families, schools, associations and foreign children. With them the compensatory methodologies will be tested to facilitate the language learning, scholastic success and social inclusion.

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On 1 and 2 March 2018, the second partner meeting of the project “European Network for Social Inclusion – ENSI” was held in Lucena (Spain), funded by the Erasmus + KA2 program, in which the partners discussed the activities carried out in the first semester, in particular the analytical report on learning difficulties and on the social inclusion of children and adolescents with learning difficulties in each partner country.

This analysis will be followed by a 5-day training that will take place in Palermo from 22 to 26 May 2018, where each partner will send n. 4 participants, experts, parents, social animators, etc …) who will learn the best practices of each partner and then test them in their own country.


The kick-off meeting of ENSI project, “European Network for Social Inclusion”, supported by Erasmus + KA2 (Strategic Partnership for vocational education and training), took place on 9 and 10 October in Stara Zagora (Bulgaria), with the participation of six partner countries of the project, including these organizations:

People Help the People (Italy)
Asociatia Fluturele Visator Butterfly Dreamer (Romania)
Associacion Amigos de Europa(Spain)
EURO-Training (Bulgaria)
Centro Internazionale delle Culture Ubuntu (Italy)
Fundacja Family Center(Poland)

The meeting, which was held in two days, has developed into three main points: the presentation of the project, the presentation of partners and their role.

The purpose of the project is to present non-formal education as an inclusion tool for everyone, especially for those who did not have a formal education system like immigrant children.

Therefore, the aim is to compare the methods adopted in the different partner countries in order to develop a language learning model that can be used regardless of the country of the children.

The project objectives concerns improving the role of parents and educators in the non-formal sector and organizations such as support structures for social inclusion of children and teenagers with special educational needs.

After the first Partners Meeting, each organization, will prepare an analytical report on the difficulties of learning and social inclusion of children and adolescents with learning difficulties. The analysis should cover the legislative, methodological, pedagogical and socio-educational aspects.