Famskill project is developing a Family Learning Curriculum

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DOCUMENTA has participated in the international meeting that took place in the Romanian town of Timisoara the last week of April.

We kept up to date about the progress made regarding the needs analysis within this field, and also were established the work lines for the next outcome of the project, consisting of a family learning curriculum. This curriculum pursues the development of numeracy, literacy and ICT competencies, in those low skilled parents with children schooled. Likewise, these adults will develop the competence of "learning to learn" and will increase their understanding on school processes and pedagogies, for a greater involvement/ participation. This results in benefits for both, them and their children.

During the meeting there were also addressed issues related to the dissemination and management of the project. In addition, it was set the date for training the facilitators which will guide the pilot testing with 30 participants each on order to implement the family learning curriculum and obtain feedback for its improvement. This training will take place in August in Krakow (Poland), and it will last five days.

DOCUMENTA participates in the final Conference of the CS. TOUR project in Greece.

CSTOUR NICOSIAOn April 18 and 19, DOCUMENTA participated in the Final Coferencia of the CS. TOUR project (Cultural awareness and social skills as key competences in Tourism) that was held in the city of Volos (Greece), which was also attended by different organizations from the five partner countries of the project: Cyprus, Greece, Spain, United Kingdom, Sweden.


Now Available StepUp2-ICT Project -1st Brochure


LOGOStepUpDOCUMENTA presents the StepUp2-ICT project brochure. This project will contribute to the professional development of people working in adult education, thus increasing the quality of the sector. It focuses on improving the technological capabilities of adult trainers in their specific work contexts.

You can find some general information about the project in the document that we have uploaded.

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Incommon Toolbox. Cultural and Educational Interventions for the exercise of the Active Citizenship of Migrant Women

Kick off meeting of the InCommon Project, in Santander on 1st and 2nd March.

INCommonKOM1InCommon is a project funded by the Asylum, Integration, Migration Fund (AMIF) of the European Commission. The action of the project is on line with European policies of integration and social inclusion of different groups with difficulties for the exercise of citizenship.

InCommon toolbox aims to implement an individualized guidance pathway for 400 migrant women for the exercise of citizenship through participation in culture of the host community. Next two years, project partnership will work on the guidance and empowerment of women, the involvement of volunteers in the support process and the commitment of cultural and educational stakeholders.

In order to transfer the experience of the project to other European countries and other target groups, a digital tool (Incommon Toolbox) will be developed to serve as a model for the rest of Europe. This tool will include, among others, a collection of good practices, a study on the analysis of the barriers that prevents women's full participation in society and the methodology of orientation Cultural Participation Scale, in addition, training materials and evidence of the implementation of the project will be included. It will be an open resource, available through the project platform.