DAB – Dance Against Bullying
Timespan of the project:
KA 2 Program – Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices
CEIPES: International Centre for the Promotion of Education and Development
- To tackle bullying behaviours amid young people
- Improve, with a new methodology, competences and knowledge of youth workers
- To promote the use of dance as a tool to tackle bullying, through the development of the White
- Paper, a web-portal with video lessons and the implementation of dance workshops
- To promote the values of inclusion, non-discrimination and equity
- To promote methods of non-formal education
- To strengthen the international cooperation within the consortium of DAB’s project
- Development of a Benchmark Report focused on the current scene of bullying in all the partner countries.
- Local Dance Workshops, developed in each country in two different phases: at first, involving 10 youth workers and, then, 15 young people.
- Development of DAB Web-Portal with video lessons realized by the youth workers themselves and aiming at other stakeholders, such as local and international operators in the youth field.
- Realization of the White Paper of Dance against Bullying, an important document to share among stakeholders, policy makers, youth and social workers in order to provide a global instrument for the understanding and fighting of the phenomenon of Bullying in Europe.
- Research study reports about situation of bullying in the countries of the partnership that it will inform stakeholders about strategies to tackle the phenomenon, taking into account the dance therapy
- Creation of workshops that will involve youth workers in order to spread the methodology and young people victims of bullying coordinated by both youth workers and experts on dance
- Creation of an on-line platform representing the main sharing of the project, which will include materials, video-lessons and recordings, showed at the end of the activity
- Development of a White Paper on bullying that is a document that will integrate the already existing documents into a broader set of policies on the contribution that dance can give against bullying.