Special trinket! Manuals from the Understanding Europe Project, presented in Brussels
Proiectul Understanding Europe se apropie de final. Cea mai recentă acțiune din cadrul acestui proiect a presupus prezentarea manualelor specifice fiecărei țări
The Understanding Europe Project arrived at its ending. The most recent activity from this project supposed the presentation of manuals specific for each partner country, so that migrants, refugees and asylum demanders to know the most important details about the places they come to live in.
Poland, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria and Romania presented in Brussels the manuals specific for each country as part of the Understanding Europe Project. Romania was represented by Laura Turcu, the project coordinator as representative of the Nevo Parudimos Association. The meeting took place on the 1st of March being organized by the Belgium partner, EU Warehouse, with the help of its coordinator and m moderator Kerstin Weertz.
The manuals of the countries involved were presented, together with a general European manual. The Manual Understanding Romania created during this project, which contains a short portrait of Romania also refers to innovative teaching methods for the information presented for target groups and was presented by the colleague Laura Turcu. These manuals are meant to help migrants, refugees and asylum demanders, besides learning the language of the country they come to live in, to also find out details about the hosting area.
The event included 50 people from different social and professional environments and representative of international networks like ternYpe and ERGO, the Nevo Parudimos Association being one of the members of these networks.
Special guests also participated at the Brussels event: Evelyn Regner, member of the European Parliament as an Austria representative, Lisette Schermer from the European Commission, the Education, Youth, Sports and Culture Department, Alan Smith, former director of the program for Adult Education from the European Commission, the former “Grundvig” program.
The Understanding Europe Project is approaching its ending. Thus, after the event held on the 1st of March, on the 2nd and 3rd of March the trans-national meeting for this project took place, at which the most appropriate methods to disseminate the manuals created were discussed. These were to be printed and distributed to the interested public by the end of the month of March.
The manuals can also be accessed on the project website: http://www.understandingeurope.eu/.
The Understanding Europe Project is financed by the European Commission, through Erasmus+ Program, Key action 2, strategic partnerships in the domain of adult education.