SALTO-YOUTH opportunity

School Inclusion Units Study Visit

Study Visit

20-24 May 2014 | Birmingham, United Kingdom

A number of education providers will be visited to analyse the use of non-formal methods to work with inclusion groups and to support formal education needs. The main aim of the project is to show a variety of alternatives for managing behaviour.

This programme is designed primarily to offer those working in formal education with marginalised young people new ideas in behaviour management. The project will host a group of 25 people from different European countries from the 20th to the 24th of May 2014 in Birmingham, UK. People dealing with challenging behaviour in formal education are invited to apply. We would welcome applications from youth leaders, youth workers, teachers and behaviour/classroom support workers.
The focus of the training will be on enabling people working with inclusion groups to use non-formal methods to support formal education needs. The course will show youth workers and teachers a variety of alternative methods of managing behaviour. This will predominantly be done through skill-sharing both within the participant group and training team, as well as with invited experts from the alternative educational sector. The aim is to share practise, analyse the varying needs of young people and compare approaches for working together with individuals to support those needs – through formal and non-formal methods.

Unfortunately this course in NOT for participants from Partner countries – PROGRAMME PAX ONLY.
(Info for NAs – course financed with TCP budget)

Working language(s):
English

Organizer:
UK National Agency (National Agency)

Co-organizer(s):
Norwegian National Agency (National Agency)

Costs
This project is financed by the Youth in Action Programme. Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation, travel, visa, etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the Uk National Agency – except a participation fee which varies from country to country. Please contact your NA to learn more about the financial details, and how to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

This project is NOT open for Partner country participants, sorry.

Contact for questions:
Emanuele Nargi
E-Mail: emmesabba@hotmail.com
Phone: +44 7534687677

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TRI- Theatre for Roma Inclusion – Call for Participants

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

Youth in Action 3.1 Training Course
21 – 28 April, 2014, Belgrade, Serbia

About project:
Project Theatre for Roma Inclusion is TC based on using non formal education, theatre and creative methodology to tackle issues of anti-discrimination, minorities and inclusion in working with Roma youth. The main objective is to give tools and to empower Roma and non-Roma youth workers working with Roma to facilitate and work in local and intercultural environment. Also we want to explore and share issues of discrimination and inclusion in an innovative way encouraging marginalized groups to develop and improve their own personal and social skills. The project will bring 24 Roma and non-Roma youth workers from different cultural background to participate in a 6-day training course in Belgrade, Serbia. REACH is host organization and partners are: International Network for Culture and Arts INCA UK, Orma Fluens Italy, Artemisszio Foundation– Hungary, Sunshine Cabaret Czech Republic, Beyond Barriers Albania, Center for Intercultural Dialogue – FYR Macedonia, Replaction -Croatia. The project is based on practical work.

Methodology in the project will be based on the non formal education, diverse theatre methods, team building, simulations, working groups, evaluation session and performance. Activities will be implemented through different workshops, and the final performance will be shown to the public at the end of TC.

With the support of the Youth in Action Programme of the European Union.

Participation:
We are looking for 24 Roma and/or non Roma participants from: United Kingdom, Italy, Hungary, Czech Republic, Albania, Croatia, FYR Macedonia, and Serbia.

Participants profile
Roma and/or non Roma youth workers, trainers, social workers, activists:
• working with Roma
• experienced in social theatre
• having a true and real interest in the subject
• interested in new methodologies
• open to diversity
• able to use English as a working language

Financial aspects:
70 % of travel costs will be reimbursed upon the receipt of all original tickets and invoices.
Participants should cover the remaining 30% of travel cost. Accommodation, food, venue and logistics are in charge and covered by organizers/REACH. Selected participants will have to pay a participation fee of 30 euro. A fee will be deducted from the reimbursements.

Application:
Please contact jelena.jezdovic@gmail.com
Application deadline is 01st March, 2014. Announcement of the results will be until 07th March, 2014.

About REACH:
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Regional Endeavor for Art Culture and Health – REACH is cultural platform created at the end of 2008, focusing on projects in the fields of art, culture and health with youth as its main target group. The main aim of REACH is creating, organizing and delivering trainings, workshops, cultural and artistic projects in cooperation with other individuals, organizations, companies, institutions and non-formal groups. REACH mission is promotion of civil society values and fostering individual, cultural and civil society development through arts and creative expression on local, regional and international level. Since 2011 REACH is member organization of FIRESTARTER* Network groups connected to theater and performance that work in the social field.

FOR ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE DO CONTACT:
Jelena Jezdovic, REACH
Project coordinator
jelena.jezdovic@gmail.com
+38 164 221 83 87

With the support of the Youth in Action Programme of the European Union.

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Voting for YOUth – Call For Participants

Call for participants

from France, UK, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, Sweden and Latvia

International training course
Theatre and creativity for social inclusion

Laguépie France, region Midi-Pyrénées 6th – 14th April 2014

organised by
CITRUS & INCA
in partnership with Peaceworks (Sweden), Inex-SDA( Czech Republic),

HOPE (Turkey), Dandari (Latvia)

This is a call for actors, clowns, dancers, performers and activists politically engaged and/or socially aware and interested in the use of arts and culture for social inclusion. Citrus and INCA are looking for 26 participants for the project Voting for Youth.

This is an international training course that will be held in Laguépie, little village located 100km North East of regional capital Toulouse (France) from the 6th to the 14th of April 2014. It is a project based on physical theatre, street theatre and clown as tools for social development, using methods of non-formal education and that demands an active participation of participants.

The main theme throughout the project will be the European Citizenship, the role of young people in the democratic process in their national context and in the European one, in particular VOTING, and how creativity and activism could be an answer to social exclusion.

The training is based on practical work. The work will involve theatre workshop, clown, physical work, performance, movement work, team building, training and other theatrical methods. The work will primarily be creative, self reflective, collaborative, and intensive, largely movement and physical based. This training will culminate in a final showcase event in Laguépie to perform the work produced during the week.

Using arts from all theatrical media (street theatre, circus, clown, social theatre, performance art, physical theatre, dance) the project aims to bring together a group, which believe in Art as a tool for creating social change in society.

The project is funded by Youth in Action Programme.

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Working languages:
English (plus some Spanish, French and Italian)

Accommodation:
The Training course will take place in Laguépie, in the region Midi-Pyrénées, 100 km North-East of
Toulouse, in the South-West France.

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The project place is a hosting centre located some hundred meters from the train station, on the shore of the Aveyron river. The participants will be accommodated in rooms of 4 people.

The activities will take place in the working rooms of this centre which also includes pleasant outdoors tree-shaded spaces. The meals will be prepared everyday with fresh and local products by a team of international volunteers.

Participants’ selection criteria
Based in:
Spain (3 participants) (sending organization INCA Catalunya – info@inca-cat.org)
UK (3 participants) (sending organization INCA – incagroup@hotmail.co.uk)
Italy (3 participants) (sending organization INCA Italia –info@incaitalia.it)
France (5 participants) (sending organisation Citrus-Solidarités Jeunesses –
Sweden (3 participants) (sending organization Peaceworks – info@peaceworks.se)
Czech Republic (3 participants) (sending organization Inex SDA – outgoing@inexsda.cz)
Latvia (3 participants) (sending organization Dandari – indziniex@inbox.lv)
Turkey (3 participants) (sending organization HOPE – hope.proje@gmail.com)

Contact the sending organization in your country for more informations.

Application online contents:
Able to work theatrically and physically
Ready to perform in public using different theatrical techniques
1 year experience in theatrical field
Politically Engaged and/or Socially aware and interested.
Interested in using theatre and arts as a means of personal expression.
Young artists that are ready to participate actively in the project.
Able to attend the full duration of the workshop
Able to use English as a working language
No Age limit (18+)

How to apply:
Fill the application online
and contact with the sending organisation of your country writing a motivational letter.

Please, don’t apply if you are not based in one of the partner countries.

Application deadline : 28th of February 2014

Selection results : 1st of March 2014

After the selection you will receive a detailed infopack with technical details (how to reach the venue, what to bring, etc)

We invite applicants to read carefully about the Youth in Action Programme and the new Erasmus + Programme.

Costs:
Costs for board, accommodation and training are fully covered by the organisers.
Travel costs: 70% of the travel costs for selected participants are covered by the project. They will be reimbursed after the training course by bank transfer only (in euros). Participants should cover the remaining 30% of travel cost on their own .
Participation fee: 30 euros.
Visa costs: 100% reimbursed

Travel costs limit :
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Training Team
Aurélia Svahnström (FR)
Luca Cataldo (ITA)
Stefano D’Argenio (ESP)
Emanuele Nargi (UK)
Pierluigi Ricciardi (ITA)

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Contact Person
Aurélia Svahnström
Association Citrus
Hameau de la Mayounelle
82250 Laguépie
France
http://citrus.asso.fr
www.solidaritesjeunesses.org
www.incanetwork.eu

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