The training course Volunteerism and Social Inclusion involved many youth workers, mentor or potential volunteers and in general young people that want to work in the third sector and in local organisations. The public report is the result of this international training course in which the participants explored the topics relating to the EVS programme, that this year celebrates 20 years and in particular the role of the mentor, that guides the volunteer during his process of integration in the hosting community. Through presentations and non-formal activities, the participants discussed about the meaning of the word “volunteering” and they acquired competences on volunteering in the other countries. Indeed, the participants came from Nepal, Vietnam, Hungary, Italy, France and Kenya.
After the training course, 12 volunteers will be involved in different EVS mobility experiences in the countries mentioned above from January 2017 for 6 months.
The training course that took place in Palermo from 5th to 13th of September was organised within MPV – Moving People in Volunteering – a capacity building project co-founded by the Erasmus+ programme (Key Action 2, Capacity building in the youth of the field).
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Offering innovative tools and methods for youth work focused on development of knowledge and competences on how to involve and empower youngsters with fewer opportunities through volunteering are the main objectives of the training course about “Volunteering and social inclusion” that which activities will be based on non formal activities.
The participants will discuss about the EVS programme: main aspects and impact on local community.
The training course will involve 36 participants from 5th to 13th of September from Kenya, Nepal, Viet Nam, Hungary, France and Italy.
CESIE is also glad to invite you the 7th of September to the Intercultural dinner at 8pm at Ecovillaggio solidale “Fiori di Campo” in Cinisi.
During this evening you will have the opportunity to look and taste the traditional foods and drinks from different countries and you will dance and share some amazing moments with the participants of the training course.
The training course is organized within MPV capacity building- Moving People in Volunteering- cofounded by the Erasmus+ programme, Key Action 2, Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices.
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The kick-off meeting of the MPV project – Moving People in Volunteering, co-founded by the Erasmus+ programme (Key Action 2, Capacity building in the youth of the field ) took place at CESIE from 11th to 15th of April. The partnership composed by 6 countries, Hungary, Vietnam, Italy, Nepal, Kenya and France discussed and started to plan the activities foreseen by the project.
The project aims at building on the exchange of experience and best practices regards the volunteers’ handling at each organization, offering innovative tools and methods for youth work focused on development of knowledge and competences on how to involve and empower youngsters with fewer opportunities through volunteering. In this process, all partner organizations gain competences on volunteers’ management, while participants acquire a series of soft skills which will render them more employable offering to them a useful experience in various situations, both personal and professional.
The 13th of April CESIE organized a Conference on development through volunteering in which there were the partners’ project, EVS volunteers, mentor and representatives from local centres that work with local and international volunteers.
During the conference, participants discussed focusing on the importance of volunteering both in the local organisations and for the volunteers that during and after a local or international volunteering can gain competences and skills in an informal way.
The next step is a training course that will take place in Palermo in which 36 youth workers will be involved. After this TC, the participants will be the mentor of the EVS volunteers, seen the project foresees an EVS mobility for 12 young people for 6 months in each partner country.
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