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Multiplier Events - S4I

Organization of the S4I Multiplier Events

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The Schools4Incluion project is proud to say that we’ve conducted  2 Multiplier Events that occurred in Spain and Romania in September?⚡


?In Spain, the event grouped several of the organizations working on socio-educational programs with schools in Barcelona was led by our partner Universitat Pompeu Fabra- UPF  with 34 participants:

  • Teachers in primary and secondary schools
  • Special needs educators
  • Socio-educational and cultural institutions working in educational programs targeted to minority communities

The purpose was to share some of the main learnings done so far in the context of the S4I project and share the specific progress in the ongoing Action Plan. The event focused on resources available to work on the arts, multicultural perspectives, socio-educational support, and ways to promote successful educational trajectories. In addition to sharing the resources available in the S4I platform, the participants had the opportunity to know first-hand some of the real practices.


?Our Romanian partner CENTRUL PENTRU PROMOVAREA INVATARII PERMANENTE - CPIP organized two events on different dates and in different places especially to show the spectrum of diversity given by the project’s identity. The events had 30 participants: Teachers, Trainers, Parents, and Public authorities.


The migrant background of target audiences as well as the learning needs of vulnerable groups was discussed during the Multiplier event considering the Toolbox and the structure of the Action Plan. The project’s Intellectual Outputs, partnership, and the work done so far were introduced as well. Short workshops were organized to give participants the chance to interact and contribute to the implementation of the project in the future. The Multiplier Event was successful among the participants, who freely expressed their desire to discover and use all the products developed within the project. 






SDG - Sustainable Development Goals:

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