PLOTSI

Peer-Learning for Social Inclusion
ERASMUS+ 2021 - 2022

The purpose of the Peer-Learning for Social Inclusion partnership is to enable youth workers, trainers, mentors, educators etc. active in the cultural and creative sectors to enhance their competence in delivering learning opportunities to young people with a migration background (newcomers, second/new generation).

The aim is to develop a transnational network of peers willing to learn from each other and increase the reach and quality of youth education initiatives that are supporting social inclusion through creative works.

Our partners are specialists in media education and the cultural sectori from Brussels - Memory Lab, Spain - University of Malaga, Portugal Sirigaita - and Italy - Witness Journal.
 

Kick off meeting

Η πρώτη γνωριμία στην ΑΘήνα

During the 17th & 18th of July 2021 Karpos organised the kick off meeting of the PLOTSI program in our offices in Athens. Each parner organisation presented its work and the training that will happen in Brussels on September 2021 was discussed.

See some beautiful pictures here

Read the article that was written by our Italian partners concerning our meetign in Athens

 
 

1st training in Brussels

Ιn August 2021, our Memory Lab partners hosted all partners for a week of exchange of good practices and ideas around audiovisual education outside of school. During our stay in Belgium we attended lectures on immigration flows in the country, visited self-managed venues that give minority groups and minorities the opportunity to express themselves artistically and finally visited the Red Line Museum dedicated to immigrant travel to America and the island of Ellis.

See some pictures below.

Phases of the program

 

Kick off meeting Athens

The kick off meeting of the PLOTSI program happened in Athens. Each parner organisation presented its work and the training that will happen in Brussels on September 2021 was discussed.

1st training

In September 2021 a short-term joint staff training will take place in Brussels and will revolve around Storytelling for social inclusion: the role of non-formal education

Partners meeting Milan

In December 2021 all partners will meet in Milan to discuss the outcomes of the first training and start planning the second one in Malaga.

2nd training

The University of Malaga will organise the second short-term joint staff training which will again revolve around Storytelling for social inclusion: the role of formal education

Conclusion of program

The program will end in June 2022 with the meeting of all partners in Lisbon to discuss the outcomes of both trainings.