Online training done in Mentoring of the Mingle project for Social Integration students

Mingle Formación Online

DOCUMENTA has developed training in Intercultural Communication and Mentoring of the Mingle project through the Moodle platform for students of the IES Santa Clara Social Integration.

The new circumstances have made DOCUMENTA adapt its activities. For this reason, in recent weeks, coinciding with the confinement due to the pandemic caused by Covid-19, an online training has been developed for students of the Higher Level Cycle of Social Integration at IES Santa Clara de Santander.


The In2C project continues with the planned activities at a good pace

In2C NoticiaThe strong commitment of the partnership, and the application of ICTs to online work, allow important advances in the development of the Work Packages (WPs) of the In2C Project.

Faced with the problems generated by the pandemic situation caused by COVID-19 that affect all the countries of our partnership, the In2C Project, building on the potential and opportunities offered by ICTs, has launched a system of periodic online meetings, to promote coordination and collaboration between partners, the correct execution of the activities of the different WPs designed, as well as the achievement and production of the respective objectives, outcomes and deliverables.


FENCE. Gender equality empowerment and capacity building

FENCE NEWS1FENCE- Fighting Gender Bias and Contributing in Gender Equality is a European project of the Erasmus + initiative that fights against gender bias and contributes to gender equality in the workplace, both in institutions, companies, and organisations such as public administration.

The project is coordinated by the British organisation
Dacorum Council For Voluntary Service in collaboration with six entities from six European countries: United Kingdom, Italy, Cyprus, Romania, Greece and Spain. DOCUMENTA is the Spanish partner and responsible for the research area.

The result of the research will be the 'Review Paper', an analysis and data collection document on the state of the question in equality and elimination of gender bias, which includes bibliography, good practices, training models, data and statistics, in addition to the perceptions and experiences of professionals on the existing training environments in the countries participating in the project.

Based on the conclusions of the research, in the next two years, different activities will be implemented to promote gender equality, among which the creation of an innovative virtual training course on gender equality issues consisting of a box of digital tools, a web platform and a mobile application developed under a collaborative learning approach.

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How the InCommon toolkit can help us during and after the corona crisis

InCommonGS1Many of us are at home at the moment, without social contacts, without any distraction. We now feel how it can be for newly arrived migrants to be separated, to be at home to not go out for cultural events, not because they don’t want, but because they are scared or just don’t know how to behave. This fear is now a collective one and we feel a kind of lost. Just look at yourself when going shopping right now – you are not sure what is appropriate and what not, how to behave...

We want to encourage you in this phase of self-development during the shutdown of corona-crises to use the good practice examples to see others work which can help you in finding your passion. Your way of being, your goals and what really matters for yourself. We have collected 40 examples that really can be an inspiration.

Also social contacts can be evaluated during the crisis – who is giving me pleasure and who doesn’t? Whom do I want to keep contact with and whom do I want to invite in my life?

Maybe the examples of the toolbox can help us to make new contacts after the crisis is over.

Remember, every crisis keeps a big potential of development – let’s create the best future we ever can assume.

Link to the InCommon Toolkit good practices