APP.L.E. English for work

I colloqui di lavoro sono sempre stressanti, soprattutto se devono svolgersi in inglese. Gli intervistatori giudicano molto in fretta. Una scarsa conoscenza della lingua potrebbe farci sfuggire un’importante opportunità lavorativa.

Indicazioni e consigli utili per arrivare preparati ad affrontare con successo un colloquio di lavoro in inglese: le regole da rispettare e gli errori da evitare.

L’incontro è rivolto a studenti, insegnanti, lavoratori e ai rappresentanti di tutte le categorie professionali intenzionati ad investire sulle proprie competenze per migliorare il proprio presente e preparare al meglio il proprio futuro.

Julie Wallis. Inglese, Direttrice di The London School di Thiene, attiva da oltre 20 anni nel territorio con impegno, qualità e programmi didattici certificati ed accreditati. Si occupa di formazione e sviluppo delle risorse didattiche per l’apprendimento delle lingue straniere. E’ responsabile per gli esami Cambridge University ESOL ed esaminatrice per Cambridge University ESOL: YLE, KET, PET, FCE, BULATS. Insegna lingua inglese generale e business / ESP agli adulti e ragazzi. Specializzata in formazione e supporto per i DoS (Director of studies) per scuole membri AISLi.  Collabora con AISLI e MIUR nella stesura di corsi di formazione per insegnanti delle scuole pubbliche. E’ relatrice in numerose conferenze e workshops in Italia e all’estero

L’ingresso alla serata è gratuito, posti limitati su prenotazione.

Per l’iscrizione inserire i dati cliccando su questo link.

 

Città di Thiene – Ufficio Urban Center O.A.S.I. Europa

Agenzia Locale per la Mobilità Educativa

Transnazionale dei giovani – Eurodesk IT127

Sportello Decentrato Europe Direct

via Roma, 26 – 36016 Thiene

Tel. +39/0445804749

e-mail: urbancenter@comune.thiene.vi.it;   infoeuropa@comune.thiene.vi.it

www.comune.thiene.vi.it

www.facebook.com/urbancenterThiene

I colloqui di lavoro sono sempre stressanti, soprattutto se devono svolgersi in inglese. Gli intervistatori giudicano molto in fretta. Una scarsa conoscenza della lingua potrebbe farci sfuggire un’importante opportunità lavorativa.

Indicazioni e consigli utili per arrivare preparati ad affrontare con successo un colloquio di lavoro in inglese: le regole da rispettare e gli errori da evitare.

L’incontro è rivolto a studenti, insegnanti, lavoratori e ai rappresentanti di tutte le categorie professionali intenzionati ad investire sulle proprie competenze per migliorare il proprio presente e preparare al meglio il proprio futuro.

Julie Wallis. Inglese, Direttrice di The London School di Thiene, attiva da oltre 20 anni nel territorio con impegno, qualità e programmi didattici certificati ed accreditati. Si occupa di formazione e sviluppo delle risorse didattiche per l’apprendimento delle lingue straniere. E’ responsabile per gli esami Cambridge University ESOL ed esaminatrice per Cambridge University ESOL: YLE, KET, PET, FCE, BULATS. Insegna lingua inglese generale e business / ESP agli adulti e ragazzi. Specializzata in formazione e supporto per i DoS (Director of studies) per scuole membri AISLi.  Collabora con AISLI e MIUR nella stesura di corsi di formazione per insegnanti delle scuole pubbliche. E’ relatrice in numerose conferenze e workshops in Italia e all’estero.

L’ingresso alla serata è gratuito, posti limitati su prenotazione.

Per l’iscrizione inserire i dati cliccando su questo link.

 

Città di Thiene – Ufficio Urban Center O.A.S.I. Europa

Agenzia Locale per la Mobilità Educativa

Transnazionale dei giovani – Eurodesk IT127

Sportello Decentrato Europe Direct

via Roma, 26 – 36016 Thiene

Tel. +39/0445804749

e-mail: urbancenter@comune.thiene.vi.it;   infoeuropa@comune.thiene.vi.it

www.comune.thiene.vi.it

www.facebook.com/urbancenterThiene


Growing Steps – Training on development of rural areas and youth employment. Find your way!

The training course Growing Steps on promoting young employment and rural entrepreneurship has kicked off in Palermo, Sicily. The project has the main aims to foster the spirit of initiative and entrepreneurship in rural areas, to raise awareness of the benefits of promoting youth involvement in local communitie,s and raise awareness on European institutions, active citizenships and Eu election.
To reach these objectives, the training foresees sessions dedicated to the presentation of EU programmes, policies and initiatives for participation and to the analysis of rural development linked to the issue of youth unemployment. During the second day, participants actively participate in groups to discuss about NEETS Youth unemployment in Europe and in neighbouring countries.
The Organisation’s bazaar Event represented an interesting an non formal way for organisations participating to the training to present themselves and to meet other associations and to strengthen their networks. The intercultural evening was another original opportunity for participants to present their countries: typical food and traditional songs and dances animated the evening. In framework of the initiative “Real Country” participants showed videos, flyers and maps of the most beautiful places (known and unknown) of their countries.
The training will last the all week, the agenda will focus on discovering youth entrepreneurship in rural areas trough study visits and workshops. Clara Camerlingo and Gaël Chataignere represent ALDA.

The training course Growing Steps on promoting young employment and rural entrepreneurship has kicked off in Palermo, Sicily. The project has the main aims to foster the spirit of initiative and entrepreneurship in rural areas, to raise awareness of the benefits of promoting youth involvement in local communitie,s and raise awareness on European institutions, active citizenships and Eu election.
To reach these objectives, the training foresees sessions dedicated to the presentation of EU programmes, policies and initiatives for participation and to the analysis of rural development linked to the issue of youth unemployment. During the second day, participants actively participate in groups to discuss about NEETS Youth unemployment in Europe and in neighbouring countries.
The Organisation’s bazaar Event represented an interesting an non formal way for organisations participating to the training to present themselves and to meet other associations and to strengthen their networks. The intercultural evening was another original opportunity for participants to present their countries: typical food and traditional songs and dances animated the evening. In framework of the initiative “Real Country” participants showed videos, flyers and maps of the most beautiful places (known and unknown) of their countries.
The training will last the all week, the agenda will focus on discovering youth entrepreneurship in rural areas trough study visits and workshops. Clara Camerlingo and Gaël Chataignere represent ALDA.


President Martin Schulz pledges support for EYCA

Representatives of the European Year of Citizens Alliance (EYCA) Steering Committee met with the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, on 3rd April 2014 in Brussels to discuss the EYCA recommendations aimed at enhancing European citizenship.

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We raised a particular warning about the profound social and economic distress, but also the political distrust Europe is facing today. Deploring the institutional appetite for direct dialogue with “THE” citizen, we called for the recognition of associations and NGOs in their capacity of gathering together millions of citizens across Europe and for their involvement on equal footing with trade-unions and businesses in the policy dialogue and democratic processes.

Convinced that “Europe can no longer survive without a social pillar”, President Schulz pointed out the real risk of Europe’s failure, as highlighted by the lead in opinion polls from Eurosceptic and regressive forces, even in some founding Member States.

Aware that civil society organisations can be “valuable allies” for the institutions in working to bring about more solidarity, equality and democracy in Europe, and paying due attention to the EYCA recommendations, Mr. Schulz undertook to “seriously consider the issue and leave a strong legacy for his successor to integrate civil society organisations in a dialogue process with the European Parliament”.

This position goes totally in line with article 11 from the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, which underlines the need for “institutions to maintain an open, transparent and regular dialogue with representative associations and civil society”. We can therefore only welcome President Schulz’ will to make civil dialogue a reality and hope that this discussion will bear fruits and continue to work towards a more transparent and democratic Europe.

The EYCA worked throughout 2013 and drafted recommendations for a democratic European Citizenship. ALDA Director Antonella Valmorbida is part of the Steering Committee of EYCA, and co-chair of the group 1 working on participatory citizenship. During the EYCA meeting in Madrid on 31 March, all members further agreed to keep working together in 2014 to implement the recommendations.

Representatives of the European Year of Citizens Alliance (EYCA) Steering Committee met with the President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, on 3rd April 2014 in Brussels to discuss the EYCA recommendations aimed at enhancing European citizenship.

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We raised a particular warning about the profound social and economic distress, but also the political distrust Europe is facing today. Deploring the institutional appetite for direct dialogue with “THE” citizen, we called for the recognition of associations and NGOs in their capacity of gathering together millions of citizens across Europe and for their involvement on equal footing with trade-unions and businesses in the policy dialogue and democratic processes.

Convinced that “Europe can no longer survive without a social pillar”, President Schulz pointed out the real risk of Europe’s failure, as highlighted by the lead in opinion polls from Eurosceptic and regressive forces, even in some founding Member States.

Aware that civil society organisations can be “valuable allies” for the institutions in working to bring about more solidarity, equality and democracy in Europe, and paying due attention to the EYCA recommendations, Mr. Schulz undertook to “seriously consider the issue and leave a strong legacy for his successor to integrate civil society organisations in a dialogue process with the European Parliament”.

This position goes totally in line with article 11 from the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, which underlines the need for “institutions to maintain an open, transparent and regular dialogue with representative associations and civil society”. We can therefore only welcome President Schulz’ will to make civil dialogue a reality and hope that this discussion will bear fruits and continue to work towards a more transparent and democratic Europe.

The EYCA worked throughout 2013 and drafted recommendations for a democratic European Citizenship. ALDA Director Antonella Valmorbida is part of the Steering Committee of EYCA, and co-chair of the group 1 working on participatory citizenship. During the EYCA meeting in Madrid on 31 March, all members further agreed to keep working together in 2014 to implement the recommendations.


Volunteering is key to citizens’ participation in Europe

On Sunday 6th April, during the event of Agorà della Solidarietà (Agora of Solidarity) in Vicenza (Italy), Mrs. Antonella Valmorbida, Director of ALDA – Association of Local Democracy Agencies – held an interesting speech on Volunteering.

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“Volunteering is a fundamental element for citizens’ participation in Europe” said Mrs. Valmorbida. Indeed, volunteering is a way to be part of development, a simple as well as powerful sign of active participation, an important contribution to support ideas and values, sharing the same mission.

ALDA supports volunteering even through Volunteers 4 Democracy programme, which aims to the collaboration with people motivated in supporting democracy, developing their skills, practicing with languages and having many other opportunities to be part of ALDA mission.

On Sunday 6th April, during the event of Agorà della Solidarietà (Agora of Solidarity) in Vicenza (Italy), Mrs. Antonella Valmorbida, Director of ALDA – Association of Local Democracy Agencies – held an interesting speech on Volunteering.

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“Volunteering is a fundamental element for citizens’ participation in Europe” said Mrs. Valmorbida. Indeed, volunteering is a way to be part of development, a simple as well as powerful sign of active participation, an important contribution to support ideas and values, sharing the same mission.

ALDA supports volunteering even through Volunteers 4 Democracy programme, which aims to the collaboration with people motivated in supporting democracy, developing their skills, practicing with languages and having many other opportunities to be part of ALDA mission.


Monfalcone: Final workshop of COHEIRS

Friday 4th April, in the room of Monfalcone city council (Gorizia), the final workshop of COHEIRS project took place. Lucio Gregoretti, member of the Governing Board, and Rada Orescanin, member of ALDA Scientific Committee, were present at the event.

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Having as partner ISBEM (Euro Mediterranean Scientific and Biomedical Institute), the final workshop followed the event held in Mesagne (Brindisi), which gathered an incisive participation of citizens, developing an important Recommendation on environmental issues which have been sent to the European Commission.

Many important actors took part to the final event, giving their contribution: Mr. Alessandro Perelli, Vice President of ALDA, strategic partner of the project; Mr. Giorgio Tessarolo, expert of EU programmes and head of the international relationship service of Friuli Venezia Giulia for many years; Mr. Franco Frigo, member of European Parliament and Secretary of the Presidential Office of the European Parliament; Mrs. Silvia Altran, mayor of Monfalcone.

After a deep analysis on 2014-2020 programmes and on the opportunities given by the European funding resources, the success of COHEIRS project was strongly underlined thanks to its important results: indeed, COHEIRS project gave finally the voice to citizens on the development of environmental and health issues at an European level.

Friday 4th April, in the room of Monfalcone city council (Gorizia), the final workshop of COHEIRS project took place. Lucio Gregoretti, member of the Governing Board, and Rada Orescanin, member of ALDA Scientific Committee, were present at the event.

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Having as partner ISBEM (Euro Mediterranean Scientific and Biomedical Institute), the final workshop followed the event held in Mesagne (Brindisi), which gathered an incisive participation of citizens, developing an important Recommendation on environmental issues which have been sent to the European Commission.

Many important actors took part to the final event, giving their contribution: Mr. Alessandro Perelli, Vice President of ALDA, strategic partner of the project; Mr. Giorgio Tessarolo, expert of EU programmes and head of the international relationship service of Friuli Venezia Giulia for many years; Mr. Franco Frigo, member of European Parliament and Secretary of the Presidential Office of the European Parliament; Mrs. Silvia Altran, mayor of Monfalcone.

After a deep analysis on 2014-2020 programmes and on the opportunities given by the European funding resources, the success of COHEIRS project was strongly underlined thanks to its important results: indeed, COHEIRS project gave finally the voice to citizens on the development of environmental and health issues at an European level.


Successful cooperation with the Sapieha Foundation in Belarus - Working at the local level is possible

The work of ALDA in Belarus started many years ago to support local governance, civil society and the development of local authorities in the country. Since 2006, the cooperation is intense with the Lev Sapieha Foundation based in Minsk thanks to the very similar approach adopted by this organisation and ALDA. Lev Sapieha Foundation is also member of ALDA since then.

Despite the difficult context in Belarus where local authorities are weak and not developed, in these last years, thanks to the support of the European Commission, it has been possible to strengthen activities and actions at the local level in particular with the development of Citizens centers and small regranting action programmes.

See the programmes of ALDA in Belarus:

TANDEM
TANDEM II
SPREAD

In these last week, the Director of ALDA, Antonella Valmorbida, and the financial officer of ALDA, Barbara Elia, worked with the Lev Sapieha Foundation and its Director, Miroslav Kobasa, to further develop the actions in the future.

The work of ALDA in Belarus started many years ago to support local governance, civil society and the development of local authorities in the country. Since 2006, the cooperation is intense with the Lev Sapieha Foundation based in Minsk thanks to the very similar approach adopted by this organisation and ALDA. Lev Sapieha Foundation is also member of ALDA since then.

Despite the difficult context in Belarus where local authorities are weak and not developed, in these last years, thanks to the support of the European Commission, it has been possible to strengthen activities and actions at the local level in particular with the development of Citizens centers and small regranting action programmes.

See the programmes of ALDA in Belarus:

TANDEM
TANDEM II
SPREAD

In these last week, the Director of ALDA, Antonella Valmorbida, and the financial officer of ALDA, Barbara Elia, worked with the Lev Sapieha Foundation and its Director, Miroslav Kobasa, to further develop the actions in the future.


Growing Steps – Training Course

The training course Growing Steps will take place in Palermo, from 5 to 13 April. The main focus of the project is encouraging the enterprising spirit in youths from rural areas.

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The project is funded by the European Commission within the framework of Youth in Action Programme, action 3.1. It will involve 40 youth workers from 17 European and EU neighbouring countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Russian Federation, France, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine.

In a period marked by a profound financial crisis, Growing Steps would like to offer its contribution to dealing with issues related to depopulation of rural areas and their economic isolation.

Through the use of non-formal methodologies, Growing Steps would stimulate creativity, enterprising spirit and inventiveness in participants, so as to promote solidarity and fight social exclusion of people who live in remote areas.

CESIE – European Centre of Studies and Initiatives  – is glad to invite you to participate in the Organization’s Bazar on April 6th and in intercultural evenings on 7th and 8th. The events will take place at  Convento di Baida, in Via al Convento di Baida, 43.

You will have the occasion to learn more about traditions, usages and customs of different countries and to taste traditional dishes from European and EU neighbouring countries. In fact, you will have the chance to taste a piece of Europe, while enjoying music, dances and presentations from all the countries involved in the project.

For ALDA team, Clara Camerlingo and Gaël Chataignere will be present.

To learn more about the project, please contact Francesco Bisulca: francesco.bisulca@cesie.org

The training course Growing Steps will take place in Palermo, from 5 to 13 April. The main focus of the project is encouraging the enterprising spirit in youths from rural areas.

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The project is funded by the European Commission within the framework of Youth in Action Programme, action 3.1. It will involve 40 youth workers from 17 European and EU neighbouring countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Russian Federation, France, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine.

In a period marked by a profound financial crisis, Growing Steps would like to offer its contribution to dealing with issues related to depopulation of rural areas and their economic isolation.

Through the use of non-formal methodologies, Growing Steps would stimulate creativity, enterprising spirit and inventiveness in participants, so as to promote solidarity and fight social exclusion of people who live in remote areas.

CESIE – European Centre of Studies and Initiatives  – is glad to invite you to participate in the Organization’s Bazar on April 6th and in intercultural evenings on 7th and 8th. The events will take place at  Convento di Baida, in Via al Convento di Baida, 43.

You will have the occasion to learn more about traditions, usages and customs of different countries and to taste traditional dishes from European and EU neighbouring countries. In fact, you will have the chance to taste a piece of Europe, while enjoying music, dances and presentations from all the countries involved in the project.

For ALDA team, Clara Camerlingo and Gaël Chataignere will be present.

To learn more about the project, please contact Francesco Bisulca: francesco.bisulca@cesie.org


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Last session of trainings for the municipality staff of Gyumri

The last session of trainings for the municipality staff of Gyumri organized by LDA foundation Armenia, ALDA in cooperation with Counterpart Armenia took place on 1 and 2 April 2014.

Following the confirmed agenda the topics include community budget, service provision, PR and participatory and transparent governance. The participants again displayed very active and participatory behavior showing their team member capacities and strengths. Following the methodology of the first phase at the very beginning of the sessions the trainers distributed quizzes to the participants to check their level of knowledge. At the end of the sessions the same quizzes were given to be filled in to measure the differences before and after the sessions and assess the effectiveness and productivity of the trainings. Role games and team assignments were part of the chosen training methodology.

The only challenge the participants face in this phase was the community budget session, as the topic was very complicated and inclusive and hard to be absorbed by the employees from non-financial departments that have nothing with financial and budget activities in their everyday working procedure.
The training courses were wrapped up with the handing of certificates. Lusine Aleksandryan, the director of LDA foundation Armenia, presented and thanked the organizations with the assistance of which the trainings took place and were of great success.

Mr. Chartaryan, the department acting head of projects and analytics, gave the closing speech once more mentioning the importance of these courses for the municipality employees. He expressed his deep gratitude to the organizers for that useful initiation and stated the possible continuity of the trainings in future.

The last session of trainings for the municipality staff of Gyumri organized by LDA foundation Armenia, ALDA in cooperation with Counterpart Armenia took place on 1 and 2 April 2014.

Following the confirmed agenda the topics include community budget, service provision, PR and participatory and transparent governance. The participants again displayed very active and participatory behavior showing their team member capacities and strengths. Following the methodology of the first phase at the very beginning of the sessions the trainers distributed quizzes to the participants to check their level of knowledge. At the end of the sessions the same quizzes were given to be filled in to measure the differences before and after the sessions and assess the effectiveness and productivity of the trainings. Role games and team assignments were part of the chosen training methodology.

The only challenge the participants face in this phase was the community budget session, as the topic was very complicated and inclusive and hard to be absorbed by the employees from non-financial departments that have nothing with financial and budget activities in their everyday working procedure.
The training courses were wrapped up with the handing of certificates. Lusine Aleksandryan, the director of LDA foundation Armenia, presented and thanked the organizations with the assistance of which the trainings took place and were of great success.

Mr. Chartaryan, the department acting head of projects and analytics, gave the closing speech once more mentioning the importance of these courses for the municipality employees. He expressed his deep gratitude to the organizers for that useful initiation and stated the possible continuity of the trainings in future.


Teacher Training Programme "Education against Corruption" in Osijek- Baranja County

Local Democracy Agency hosted a teacher training programme organized by the Forum for Freedom in Education. It is the first in a series of four teacher training programmes planned for teachers in primary and secondary schools , expert staff, unemployed teachers and students at Teacher Colleges.

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Teacher training programmes are conducted in the framework of the project “Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education” in cooperation with the international organization the Network of Education Policy Centres, Local Democracy Agency from Osijek, Local Democracy Agency Sisak and Info zone from Split. The project is funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Croatia Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs and the City of Lausanne from Switzerland.

Anti-corruption education is one of the components of the civic education and implies that the teacher has competence to transfer to students knowledge , skills and attitudes relevant for a democratic society. This training has encouraged teachers to work with students in order to develop competencies characteristic of anti-corruption education , with the overall aim to make anti-corruption behaviour a regular practice in Croatian schools and society.

In addition, participants have been encouraged to creatively approach lectures on anti-corruption and apply them in schools , in order to bring this issue accross to students and to make them realise its social relevance.

 

U Osijeku održan seminar stručnog usavršavanja „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije“ za 25 nastavnika/ca iz Osječko-baranjske županije. 

29. i 30. Ožujka u Osijeku je održan seminar stručnog usavršavanja „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije“ koji je okupio 25 nastavnika/ca iz Osječko-baranjske županije. Domaćin seminara bila je Agencije lokalne demokracije iz Osijeka, a proveo ga je Foruma za slobodu odgoja. Radi se o prvom u nizu od četiri planirana seminara stručnog usavršavanja za nastavnike osnovnih i srednjih škola, stručne suradnike, nezaposlene nastavnike i studente učiteljskih i nastavničkih studija.

Seminari se provode se u sklopu projekta „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije“ u suradnji s međunarodnom organizacijom Network of Education Policy Centres, Agencijom lokalne demokracije iz Osijeka, Agencijom lokalne demokracije Sisak i Info zonom iz Splita. Projekt financira Europska unija, a sufinancira Ured za udruge Vlade Republike Hrvatske i Grad Lausannea iz Švicarske.

Antikorupcijsko obrazovanje jedna je od sastavnica građanskog odgoja i obrazovanja i podrazumijeva da nastavnik ima kompetencije na osnovu kojih može učenicima prenijeti znanja, vještine i stavove karakteristične za demokratsko društvo. Seminarom stručnog usavršavanja se potaknulo nastavnike da rade s učenicima na razvoju kompetencija karakterističnih za antikoruptivno obrazovanje, s konačnim ciljem da antikoruptivno ponašanje postane redovna praksa u hrvatskim školama i društvu.

Osim toga, sudionike se poticalo da na kreativan način pristupe predavanju o antikorupciji u školama, tako da ova tema postane bliska učenicima i da vide njenu društvenu važnost.


Programme de formation des enseignants « L’éducation contre la corruption » dans le Comitat d’Osijek-Baranja

L’Agence de démocratie locale d’Osijek (Croatie) a accueilli un programme de formation des enseignants organisé par le Forum for Freedom in Education. Il s’agissait de la première session d’une série de quatre interventions destinées aux enseignants du primaire et du secondaire, d’experts, d’enseignants sans-emploi et en devenir.

Ces programmes sont menés dans le cadre du projet « Partenariat local pour une éducation anti-corruption », en coopération avec le Network of Education Policy Center, l’Agence de démocratie local d’Osijek, l’Agence de démocratie local de Sisak et l’Info Zone de Split. Le projet est financé par l’Union européenne et cofinancé par le Bureau de coopération avec les ONG du gouvernement croate et la Ville de Lausanne.

L’éducation anti-corruption est une composante de l’éducation civique, et requiert des enseignants ayant les compétences nécessaires pour transmettre aux élèves des connaissances, compétences et attitudes conformes à la vie en société démocratique. L’objectif global est de faire des comportements anti-corruption une pratique régulière dans la société et dans les écoles croates.

De plus, les participants ont été encouragé à adopter des approches créatives dans leur enseignement, afin de permettre à leurs élèves la pertinence et l’impact concret des comportements anti-corruption.


Corso “Educazione contro la Corruzione” per gli insegnanti della Contea di Osijek- Baranja

L’ADL di Osijek, in Croazia, ha ospitato un corso per insegnanti organizzato dal Forum per la Libertà Educativa. È il primo di una serie di quattro corsi, realizzato al Teacher Colleges per insegnanti della scuola primaria e secondaria, per staff esperto, insegnanti disoccupati e studenti.

I corsi per insegnanti sono condotti nel contesto del progetto “ Partenariato Locale per l’Educazione Anti Corruzione” (Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education ) in cooperazione con l’organizzazione internazionale “Network dei Centri della Politica Educativa”, ADL di Osijek, ADL Sisak e Info Zone da Spalato. Il progetto è finanziato dall’Unione Europea e co-finanziato dall’Ufficio Amministrativo Croato per la Cooperazione con ONG e dalla città di Losanna (Svizzera).

L’educazione anti-corruzione è uno dei componenti dell’educazione civica e implica che l’insegnante acquisisca la capacità di trasferire ai suoi studenti questa conoscenza, queste competenze e abitudini, fondamentali per una società democratica. Il corso ha incoraggiato gli insegnanti a lavorare con gli studenti affinché si sviluppino competenze caratteristiche dell’educazione anti-corruzione, soprattutto con l’obiettivo di fare dell’anti-corruzione un atteggiamento comune, una regolare pratica, sia nella scuola, sia nella società croata.

Inoltre, i partecipanti sono stati incoraggiati a tenere lezioni creative sull’anti-corruzione nelle scuole, per affrontare questo tema con gli studenti, perché questi capiscano la sua rilevanza sociale.


курсы “Образование против Коррупции” для преподавателей графства “ Осиек – Баранья

ADL Осиек, в Хорватии, приняла курсы для преподавателей, организованные Форумом за свободу в образовании. Это первые из серии четырех курсов, осуществленных в Teacher Colleges для преподавателей начальной и средней школы, опытного персонала, безработных преподавателей и студентов.
Курсы для преподавателей велись в контексте проекта “Местное партнерство для антикоррупционного воспитания” (Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education) в сотрудничестве с международной организацией “Сеть центров образовательной политики”, ADL Oсиек, ADL Сисак и Инфо Зоны из Спалато. Проект финансировался Европейским Союзом совместно с Хорватским административным офисом по сотрудничеству с неправительственными организациями и городом Лозанной (Швейцария).
Антикоррупционное воспитание – один из компонентов гражданского воспитания и требует того, чтобы преподаватель приобретал способность передавать студентам эти знания, эти умения и привычки, фундаментальные для демократического общества. Курсы воодушевили преподавателей на то, чтобы работать со студентами над развитием характерной компетенции в антикоррупционном воспитании, прежде всего с целью сделать антикоррупционное поведение общепринятым, обычным явлением, как в школе, так и в хорватском обществе.
Кроме того, участников вдохновляли на ведение творческих уроков по анти-коррупции в школах, чтобы затронуть эту тему со студентами для того, чтобы они понимали общественное значение этого явления.


Program obuke za nastavnike ” Obrazovanje za borbu protiv korupcije” u Osječko- baranjskoj županiji

Agencija lokalne demokratije iz Osijeka bila je domaćin programa obuke za nastavnika u organizaciji Foruma za slobodu u obrazovanju . To je prvi u nizu od četiri programa obuke nastavnika planiranih za nastavnike u osnovnim i srednjim školama, stručne saradnike, nezaposlene nastavnike i studenea na Učiteljskom fakultetu.

Seminari se provode u sklopu projekta „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije” u suradnji s međunarodnom organizacijom Network of Education Policy Centres, Agencijom lokalne demokratije iz Osijeka, Agencijom lokalne demokratije Sisak i Info zonom iz Splita. Projekat finansira Europska unija, a sufinansira Ured za udruge Vlade Republike Hrvatske i Grad Lozana iz Švajcarske.

Antikorupcijsko obrazovanje je jedno od sastavnog dela građanskog vaspitanja i obrazovanja i podrazumeva da nastavnik ima kompetencije na osnovu kojih može učenicima prenijeti znanja, veštine i stavove karakteristične za demokratsko društvo. Seminarom stručnog usavršavanja su se podstakli nastavnici da rade s učenicima na razvoju kompetencija karakterističnih za antikoruptivno obrazovanje, s konačnim ciljem da antikoruptivno ponašanje postane redovna praksa u hrvatskim školama i društvu.

Osim toga, učesnici su podsticani da na kreativan način pristupe predavanju o antikorupciji u školama, tako da ova tema postane bliska učenicima i da vide njenu društvenu važnost.

Local Democracy Agency hosted a teacher training programme organized by the Forum for Freedom in Education. It is the first in a series of four teacher training programmes planned for teachers in primary and secondary schools , expert staff, unemployed teachers and students at Teacher Colleges.

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Teacher training programmes are conducted in the framework of the project “Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education” in cooperation with the international organization the Network of Education Policy Centres, Local Democracy Agency from Osijek, Local Democracy Agency Sisak and Info zone from Split. The project is funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Croatia Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs and the City of Lausanne from Switzerland.

Anti-corruption education is one of the components of the civic education and implies that the teacher has competence to transfer to students knowledge , skills and attitudes relevant for a democratic society. This training has encouraged teachers to work with students in order to develop competencies characteristic of anti-corruption education , with the overall aim to make anti-corruption behaviour a regular practice in Croatian schools and society.

In addition, participants have been encouraged to creatively approach lectures on anti-corruption and apply them in schools , in order to bring this issue accross to students and to make them realise its social relevance.

 

U Osijeku održan seminar stručnog usavršavanja „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije“ za 25 nastavnika/ca iz Osječko-baranjske županije. 

29. i 30. Ožujka u Osijeku je održan seminar stručnog usavršavanja „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije“ koji je okupio 25 nastavnika/ca iz Osječko-baranjske županije. Domaćin seminara bila je Agencije lokalne demokracije iz Osijeka, a proveo ga je Foruma za slobodu odgoja. Radi se o prvom u nizu od četiri planirana seminara stručnog usavršavanja za nastavnike osnovnih i srednjih škola, stručne suradnike, nezaposlene nastavnike i studente učiteljskih i nastavničkih studija.

Seminari se provode se u sklopu projekta „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije“ u suradnji s međunarodnom organizacijom Network of Education Policy Centres, Agencijom lokalne demokracije iz Osijeka, Agencijom lokalne demokracije Sisak i Info zonom iz Splita. Projekt financira Europska unija, a sufinancira Ured za udruge Vlade Republike Hrvatske i Grad Lausannea iz Švicarske.

Antikorupcijsko obrazovanje jedna je od sastavnica građanskog odgoja i obrazovanja i podrazumijeva da nastavnik ima kompetencije na osnovu kojih može učenicima prenijeti znanja, vještine i stavove karakteristične za demokratsko društvo. Seminarom stručnog usavršavanja se potaknulo nastavnike da rade s učenicima na razvoju kompetencija karakterističnih za antikoruptivno obrazovanje, s konačnim ciljem da antikoruptivno ponašanje postane redovna praksa u hrvatskim školama i društvu.

Osim toga, sudionike se poticalo da na kreativan način pristupe predavanju o antikorupciji u školama, tako da ova tema postane bliska učenicima i da vide njenu društvenu važnost.


Programme de formation des enseignants « L’éducation contre la corruption » dans le Comitat d’Osijek-Baranja

L’Agence de démocratie locale d’Osijek (Croatie) a accueilli un programme de formation des enseignants organisé par le Forum for Freedom in Education. Il s’agissait de la première session d’une série de quatre interventions destinées aux enseignants du primaire et du secondaire, d’experts, d’enseignants sans-emploi et en devenir.

Ces programmes sont menés dans le cadre du projet « Partenariat local pour une éducation anti-corruption », en coopération avec le Network of Education Policy Center, l’Agence de démocratie local d’Osijek, l’Agence de démocratie local de Sisak et l’Info Zone de Split. Le projet est financé par l’Union européenne et cofinancé par le Bureau de coopération avec les ONG du gouvernement croate et la Ville de Lausanne.

L’éducation anti-corruption est une composante de l’éducation civique, et requiert des enseignants ayant les compétences nécessaires pour transmettre aux élèves des connaissances, compétences et attitudes conformes à la vie en société démocratique. L’objectif global est de faire des comportements anti-corruption une pratique régulière dans la société et dans les écoles croates.

De plus, les participants ont été encouragé à adopter des approches créatives dans leur enseignement, afin de permettre à leurs élèves la pertinence et l’impact concret des comportements anti-corruption.


Corso “Educazione contro la Corruzione” per gli insegnanti della Contea di Osijek- Baranja

L’ADL di Osijek, in Croazia, ha ospitato un corso per insegnanti organizzato dal Forum per la Libertà Educativa. È il primo di una serie di quattro corsi, realizzato al Teacher Colleges per insegnanti della scuola primaria e secondaria, per staff esperto, insegnanti disoccupati e studenti.

I corsi per insegnanti sono condotti nel contesto del progetto “ Partenariato Locale per l’Educazione Anti Corruzione” (Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education ) in cooperazione con l’organizzazione internazionale “Network dei Centri della Politica Educativa”, ADL di Osijek, ADL Sisak e Info Zone da Spalato. Il progetto è finanziato dall’Unione Europea e co-finanziato dall’Ufficio Amministrativo Croato per la Cooperazione con ONG e dalla città di Losanna (Svizzera).

L’educazione anti-corruzione è uno dei componenti dell’educazione civica e implica che l’insegnante acquisisca la capacità di trasferire ai suoi studenti questa conoscenza, queste competenze e abitudini, fondamentali per una società democratica. Il corso ha incoraggiato gli insegnanti a lavorare con gli studenti affinché si sviluppino competenze caratteristiche dell’educazione anti-corruzione, soprattutto con l’obiettivo di fare dell’anti-corruzione un atteggiamento comune, una regolare pratica, sia nella scuola, sia nella società croata.

Inoltre, i partecipanti sono stati incoraggiati a tenere lezioni creative sull’anti-corruzione nelle scuole, per affrontare questo tema con gli studenti, perché questi capiscano la sua rilevanza sociale.


курсы “Образование против Коррупции” для преподавателей графства “ Осиек – Баранья

ADL Осиек, в Хорватии, приняла курсы для преподавателей, организованные Форумом за свободу в образовании. Это первые из серии четырех курсов, осуществленных в Teacher Colleges для преподавателей начальной и средней школы, опытного персонала, безработных преподавателей и студентов.
Курсы для преподавателей велись в контексте проекта “Местное партнерство для антикоррупционного воспитания” (Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education) в сотрудничестве с международной организацией “Сеть центров образовательной политики”, ADL Oсиек, ADL Сисак и Инфо Зоны из Спалато. Проект финансировался Европейским Союзом совместно с Хорватским административным офисом по сотрудничеству с неправительственными организациями и городом Лозанной (Швейцария).
Антикоррупционное воспитание – один из компонентов гражданского воспитания и требует того, чтобы преподаватель приобретал способность передавать студентам эти знания, эти умения и привычки, фундаментальные для демократического общества. Курсы воодушевили преподавателей на то, чтобы работать со студентами над развитием характерной компетенции в антикоррупционном воспитании, прежде всего с целью сделать антикоррупционное поведение общепринятым, обычным явлением, как в школе, так и в хорватском обществе.
Кроме того, участников вдохновляли на ведение творческих уроков по анти-коррупции в школах, чтобы затронуть эту тему со студентами для того, чтобы они понимали общественное значение этого явления.


Program obuke za nastavnike ” Obrazovanje za borbu protiv korupcije” u Osječko- baranjskoj županiji

Agencija lokalne demokratije iz Osijeka bila je domaćin programa obuke za nastavnika u organizaciji Foruma za slobodu u obrazovanju . To je prvi u nizu od četiri programa obuke nastavnika planiranih za nastavnike u osnovnim i srednjim školama, stručne saradnike, nezaposlene nastavnike i studenea na Učiteljskom fakultetu.

Seminari se provode u sklopu projekta „Obrazovanje protiv korupcije” u suradnji s međunarodnom organizacijom Network of Education Policy Centres, Agencijom lokalne demokratije iz Osijeka, Agencijom lokalne demokratije Sisak i Info zonom iz Splita. Projekat finansira Europska unija, a sufinansira Ured za udruge Vlade Republike Hrvatske i Grad Lozana iz Švajcarske.

Antikorupcijsko obrazovanje je jedno od sastavnog dela građanskog vaspitanja i obrazovanja i podrazumeva da nastavnik ima kompetencije na osnovu kojih može učenicima prenijeti znanja, veštine i stavove karakteristične za demokratsko društvo. Seminarom stručnog usavršavanja su se podstakli nastavnici da rade s učenicima na razvoju kompetencija karakterističnih za antikoruptivno obrazovanje, s konačnim ciljem da antikoruptivno ponašanje postane redovna praksa u hrvatskim školama i društvu.

Osim toga, učesnici su podsticani da na kreativan način pristupe predavanju o antikorupciji u školama, tako da ova tema postane bliska učenicima i da vide njenu društvenu važnost.