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NFE at the mirror
Date du début: 15 août 2014, Date de fin: 14 févr. 2015 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The project "NFE at the mirror" is an intercultural event that will be held in Vienna from 6 to 9 November 2014, involving 30 partcipants from Austria, Italy, UK, Spain, Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, France, Russian Federation. Designed by the Pool of Trainers and Facilitators of Service Civil International according to the needs and requests of its branches and partner organisations worldwide, the project will be a challenging opportunity to exchange, propose and test innovative NFE tools, and to discuss deeply about key issues in the field of NFE. The meeting, that will involve trainers, workcamp coordinators, youth workers and young people interested in NFE from all over Europe, intend to foster creativity, participation, sharing, cooperation, mutual learning and innovation. In order to achieve this aim, participants will have the chance to attend to workshops, interactive activities and discussions, during which they will have the chance to focus on their favourite topics and increase their knowledge. The sessions will offer the opportunity to propose and experiment non formal education tools, receive constructive feedback, improve the instruments and share them for a further dissemination. Participants can choose to present their workshop, or simply to attend the sessions, giving an active contribution and learning new tools. A media team will cover the event and will provide visibility to the results. The envisage impact will be a stronger trust in the potential of non-formal education: participants and organisations will better understand the role played by this methodology in dealing with several current issues (intercultural and environmental issues, personal and professional development, active citizenship and social inclusion); furthermore, the project will produce an increased quality of training courses, seminars, intercultural meetings and workcamps, through the acquisition of innovative learning tools and an higher awareness of related issues among participants.



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