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EVS Arts Engagement - Building capacity and capabilities
Date du début: 1 févr. 2016, Date de fin: 31 juil. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Context/background of project: The arts and cultural sector now amounts to around 4% of European GBP, remaining even in financially challenging times a growth sector. Across Europe and the wider world the arts and cultural industries make valuable and significant contributions to the social and economic wellbeing of society as a whole. Through developing the skills and competences of our projects participant’s in arts engagement projects and practical festival coordination and management, we build their capacities and capabilities to better implement future youth led arts engagement projects in their own national contexts. Secondly the partners within this application are producers of large-scale carnival/festival events within their own national contexts. These events require a wide range of volunteers to assist in the planning, implementation and delivery of these key cultural activities. The project participants will assist in the development of professional festival events in both the UK (Liverpool and Edinburgh) and France (Martinique)The objectives: To provide quality international mobility opportunities for young people from culturally diverse backgrounds;To enable young people gain new skills and knowledge of large-scale festival management and delivery;To capture and access the impact of new competences and learning experiences; To deepen knowledge, skills and attitude in order to better organize international arts engagement projects;To capacity build the participants through practical workshops, networking, partnership building activities;To provide insight into employment development within the cultural/festival sector;To explore models of arts development that act as key tools and drivers for wider community development.Number and profile of participants: 30 in total.Description of activities: Preparation meetings in our partners national context. Implementation: 3 weeks of capacity building workshops, presentations, volunteering in community arts; training sessions, networking opportunities, evaluations and digital capture.Follow up: Through our project we will see the development of a strategic framework for sustainable cooperation, which will include: Network development brouhaha coordinates a global network of arts and cultural organizations with the aim to develop sustainable cooperation;Building Capacity and Capability: An essential part of this project is to build our partner organization, through the sharing of skills, knowledge and experience, ensuring future international work. This area of activity will hopefully have a measured impact on the sustainability of our EVS partnership.;Methodology to be used in carrying out the project: Non-formal working methods for this project will include: Discussions; Peer to peer group learning; Informal training sessions; Practical skills sessions; Theoretical seminars; Group meetings; Evaluations; Networking opportunities; Digital and multimedia training and Inter cultural activities.A short description of the results and impact envisaged: Through this project our volunteer will have:Developed a range of professional skills and competencies;Developed new projects within Erasmus+;Gained confidence in their abilities to produce new inter cultural projects;Developed their professional skills in post conflict development.Potential longer term benefits for this project will be:Develop the capacity of our partner to collaborate in future initiatives;For the volunteer to develop a arts engagement projects within their own local/national context;Deepening knowledge, skills and attitude in order to better organize international projects;Provide insight into international best practice in relation to social development within the cultural sector;Explore models of arts development that act as key tools and drivers for youth employment and wider community development;For the participant to further create and develop the possibility for new international mobility experiences that impact on their professional development and employability.



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