LILI – Living Library for Social Inclusion

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Project details

Project number: 

2016-3-IT03-KA105-009929

Timespan of the project:

 22nd-30th of April 2018

 

Contact details

CEIPES: International Centre for the Promotion of Education and Development

Contact Person:

Irene Capozzi

E-mail: 

mobility@ceipes.org

Objectives
  1. to acquire and deepen knowledge and understanding of processes of representation, stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination, as well as its gender dimension.
  2. to learn more about attitudes change processes.
  3. to boost knowledge and skills on how to prepare, implement and evaluate a Living Library.
  4. to get an overview of possible solutions/strategies to deal with conflicts and challenges that may emerge whilst preparing and evaluating a Living Library.
  5. to get first hand information on the situation of refugees and migrants in the countries/communities represented in the training.
  6. to implement knowledge on inclusion policies, processes and strategies, as well as community building practices that boost inclusion of migrants and refugees.
  7. to encourage to practice life skills related to the process and methodology of the training: intercultural competence, leadership, cooperation, management and decision-making, creative thinking, communication.
Activities

TRAINING  COURSE from 22nd to 30th June 2017

The training lasted 7 days, excluding travel days, and covered the following topics: Youthpass and key competences; migrants and refugees situation in partner countries as well as inclusion policies and strategies; how to implement a living library; organisation of a living library in Palermo.

FOLLOW UP July – September 2017

Planning and implementing a living library event in each partner community.

Partners
  • CEIPES – Centro Internazionale per la Promozione dell Educazione e lo Sviluppo – Italy
  • Pistes Solidaires Méditerranée – France
  • CEIPES – International centre for promotion of development and education – Armenia
  • Youth with a international vision – Georgia
  • Qendrat Youth for Social Changes – Albania
  • CEIPES – International Centre for the Promotion of Education and Development – Greece
  • Grupo de Jovens Novo Mundo – Portugal
  • GRUPA “HAJDE DA…” – Serbia
  • Centrul de resurse prentru adulti si tineri – Romania

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