Study Visit on Development of Capacities for Work with (I)migrants project.

Study Visit

Berlin Germany, 6-12 October 2016 (Act Global & Partners)

Berlin, the capital Germany, is the epitome of kaleidoscope, comprised of diverse colorful mix of cultures. Various cultures that have been integrated well into a single system makes Berlin the capital of multiculturalism in Europe. People respect and tolerate each other, no social gap appeared in the society. Berlin is currently hosting around 2.000 Syrian, making Berlin a more colorful blend of cultures. Hence, Berlin was chosen as the study visit subject for our project which is called “Development of Capacities for Work with (I)migrants”. Read more

Development of Capacities for Work with (i)migrants

Coordination meeting

Bali, Indonesia, 14-19 September 2016.

Last week Act Global had the pleasure to host our partners for Bulgaria, Germany and FYR-Macedonia, for a one-week coordination meeting to discussed a year long project of cooperation.

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Developing an Anti-Oppressive Practice

Training Course and Seminar

Bosnia & Herzegovina (Feb 2016), Serbia (Oct 2016) , (Estonia, Portugal, Bosnia & Herzegovina, UK, Netherlands, FYR-Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia )

This will be a one-year project supported by the Erasmus + programme, which will involve a training course in Bosnia & Herzegovina in February 2016, the development of a publication on Anti-Oppressive Practice for the Balkans Region and a launch event for the publication in Serbia in October 2016.

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EuroAsi EVS & Job Shadowing Opportunities to Europe (for Indonesians)

EVS and Job Shadowing to Europe

Italy, Slovenia, Portugal and Malta, Feb-May 2016 (Open for Indonesian residents)

After delivering 5 modules of training courses and the local activities as a part of the 2 years EuroAsi project, Act Global Indonesia run a pre-mobility conference on 19th December 2015 which explained to public and prospective participants about the next mobility projects which we are going to deliver in 2016.

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Does Culture Matter – Bali 2015

Training Course

Bali, Indonesia , 25th Nov to 1st Dec 2015 (Sweden, Romania, Turkey, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan and Indonesia)

Act Global was privileged to host the final part of a long term training course called Does Culture Matter. The course brought together 35 participants from 6 countries, Sweden, Romania, Turkey, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan and Indonesia.

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Tools for Reflective Practice

Training Course

Wales, UK, 10th January - 18th January 2016 (Participants from UK, Estonia, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey and Netherlands)

Tools for Reflective Practice is a 7 day training course that looks at both the practical and theoretical aspects of implementing reflective practice into non-formal education and youth work, the course is also suitable for those working in a teaching/mentoring setting.

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Be Gentle, Explore Gender!

Partnership building activity

Otepää (South Estonia), 6 – 15 December 2015 (Open for residents of Spain, Croatia, Italy, Portugal (Madeira), Slovakia, Turkey, UK, Greece and Romania )

Would you like to travel to Estonia and stay in a beautiful accommodation in a lovely forest for a week to discuss about Gender issue? Yes you can, if you participate to this project!

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Project VI

Training Course

Swindon, UK , 17-23 August 2015 (UK, Romania, Greece, Poland and FYR-Macedonia)

Project VI was a one-week training course that took place just outside Swindon in the UK. The course brought together participants from five countries to learn more about visual impairments and to support the UK based charity Victa Children in hosting their family weekend.

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Does Culture Matter?

Training Course

Slanic-Moldova , 5th to 12th of August ((Sweden, Romania, Turkey, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan and Indonesia) )

This summer Act Global had the privilege to join the Project Does Culture Matter? Lead by Romanian NGO Asociatia ADDO. In total Twenty-five participants came together in the pictures town of Slanic-Moldova for a one-week training course looking at Intercultural Competency. The course focused on 4 main pillars of cultural learning, which were…

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Inclusive Youth Leaders

Seminar/Training Course

Beja, Alentejo, Portugal, 21-27 August 2015 (Open for residents from the UK, Romania, Slovenia, Greece, Hungary and Portugal, age 18+)

The project aims to involve and empower organizations to increase their abilities in the field of non-formal education and inclusive activities in the area of youth work.

This project is a result of a local partnership with a school which is a reference in the area of inclusive education for young people with special needs. Read more

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