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PROfessional and personal empowerment in social FARMing
Date du début: 1 janv. 2016, Date de fin: 31 déc. 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The European Disability Strategy 2010-2020 requires that appropriate attention have to be paid to persons with disabilities in bilateral agendas, as well as in development and emergency programs. A priority that is included in Article 24 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) “recognize the right of persons with disabilities to education. With a view to realizing this right without discrimination and on the basis of equal opportunity, States Parties shall ensure an inclusive education system at all levels and lifelong learning”The main objective of the PROFARM project is to experiment a model that can contribute to the well-being, professional/personal growth and the social integration of VET students with disabilities in the field of agricultural production. The final aim is to reshape horizontal integration through individuals with disabilities, their families, schools, social-health services and private partnerships, to facilitate the employment and social inclusion of young disabled persons through Social Farming (SF). More in detail, the project will focus on identifying cross-policy synergies and multi-professional partnerships to ensure integrated services in favour of the user/student as a person.PROFARM activities will take place in three European countries (Italy, Germany and the Netherlands), with a very different socio-economical and geographical asset among them.Applicant and partner organizations share a strong and common interest in the field of Social farming and agree that such a practice can be exploited for reducing disparities in learning outcomes and make the target group more competitive in the labour market.The strategic approach of PROFARM is based on four pillars assessed during the implementation of the national experimentations: case management approach; co-planning procedures and guidelines; careers guidance and skills development; assessment of the social farming requirements.



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