Tuesday, 19th of September 2017, C.R.E.E.D. Romania organised at the offices in Aleea Tineretului no.7 the Romanian Multiplier Event as part of the project Inclusive Partnership, a Strategic Partnership for Youth, implemented under Key Action 2 of the Erasmus+ Programme, which funds European cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices.
The project was implemented in partnership with Capacity London Ltd. ( UK ), Building Bridges Association (Spain) and European Environment and Health Youth Coalition (Lithuania).
The overall aim of the Inclusive Partnership project is to support development of youth workers’ competencies in relation to inclusive activities for young people with fewer opportunities and more specifically, young people from rural areas.
Gianina Vasnic and Simona Gherasim, CREED project managers, presented Inclusive Partenership project and its outputs:
- IO1: Comparative analysis of learning opportunities available for Youth workers involved in inclusion activities.
- IO2: Best practice examples for efficient Youth workers learning paths
- IO3: Youth workers guide to prepare for better inclusion
In addition, 25 representatives of organisations and public institutions from Neamt county that attended the event had the opportunity to interact with one of the participants in the Joint Staff Meeting Event, Liliana Irofte, that made a short presentation on what she learned during the training and how she used the methods in her actual work. It was positive to find out that the institution she works for got engaged in developing a new KA2 Strategic Partnership along with one of the participants from Lithuania on the topic of social inclusion, the project being approved by the Lithuanian National Agency.
Ms. Alina Chila, on behalf of Spiru Haret Secondary School, one of the local partners within the project, talked about social inclusion of youngsters within the educational system.
On the topic of youth work, Ms. Geanina Paun, president of CET Iacomi, presented their work with the young people participating in the programme The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award (www.dofe.ro ).
At the end of the activity we invited the participants to a non-formal networking session where they had the opportunity to further discuss about their activity.