Mobility Projects 1
Didaxé's Consortium in Sevilla
Erasmus Plus KA1 Mobility Project - Adult learners - First Flow
The first mobility flow within the Adult Education sector of Erasmus Plus has been completed. 10 students recruited in cooperation with the Comune di Cellole have spent a week in Malta, inclusive of language course, social and culturale activities. The enthusiasm that invested them is a first step towards making the difference in their future.
Erasmus Plus KA1 Mobility Project - Adult learners - Second Flow
Second flow of Erasmus Plus KA1 Mobility Project – Adult learners from Italy to Malta for a week-long cultural, social and linguistic programme. They got the most out of it, and came back enriched in skills and experiences.
Dissemination of group mobility activities
Part of the Pact for Skills network, Didaxé decided to use such partnership to disseminate the value and the purpose of its activities in the Adult Education sector, its accreditation and mobility activities. Roberto Greco, president of the cooperative company and consortium coordinator and Simona Barrese, adult learner who took part in the Social Entrepreneur Academy and the group mobility to Malta, took part in a “Pact for Skills” digital conference, sharing Simona’s success story. Simona, infact, took part in the Social Entrepreneur Academy, being part of category at risk of marginalisation, with her being at economical disadvantage (ISEE inferior to 15k) and unemployed (from southern Italy, therefore exposed to a lower job offer). She then took part in the mobility project and finally got involved and engaged with Didaxé, as she’s now having a National Volunteering Servant experience in Officine Didaxé, our villa confiscated to camorra in Baia Domizia, Cellole. In this video you’ll find and extract of the intervention of Roberto Greco and Simona to the “Pact for Skills” confernce.
Dissemination of Invited experts mobility
The center for the promotion of Science of Belgrade publish an blog article to tell its audience about their experience in Caserta and Cellole at Didaxé.
As referred, Katarina Stekic, Danijela Vucicevic and Aleksa Vlasic spent a week in both Didaxé offices of Caserta and Cellole in order to share best practices and methodologies within the adult education sector within the topic of climate change and produced the Climate Capsule “scientific/artistic” installation in both location in order to raise awareness on the topic.
Here is the article https://www.cpn.edu.