Το You in Europe σε συνεργασία με τον Πορτογαλικό οργανισμό S.P.I.N σε προσκαλεί να λάβεις μέρος σε ένα πολύ ενδιαφέρον σεμινάριο, με αντικείμενο την “Emergency pedagogy”, την παιδαγωγική και ψυχολογική υποστήριξη παιδιών και νέων που έχουν βιώσει δύσκολες καταστάσεις (πόλεμο, βία, φυσικές καταστροφές) και αντιμετωπίζουν μετατραυματικό στρες. Το σεμινάριο απευθύνεται σε δασκάλους, ψυχολόγους, κοινωνικούς λειτουργούς, youthworkers που εργάζονται με τις συγκεκριμένες ομάδες παιδιών/νέων.

Το σεμινάριο θα πραγματοποιηθεί 12-19 Μαΐου 2019 στη Λισσαβόνα της Πορτογαλίας, και είναι βασισμένο στη μέθοδο της “Emergency Pedagogy” του Waldorf.

Το σεμινάριο είναι επιδοτούμενο και καλύπτει στους συμμετέχοντες διαμονή και διατροφή (3 γεύματα την ημέρα) καθώς και τα έξοδα ταξιδίου των συμμετεχόντων μέχρι το ποσό των 360 ευρώ.
Κόστος συμμετοχής στο σεμινάριο: 30 ευρώ.

Ακολουθούν όλες οι πληροφορίες στα Αγγλικά:

“From crisis to chance – training course on emergency pedagogy” –

An Erasmus+ KA1 Capacity-Building Training Course –

Dates: 12th – 19th May 2019

Venue: Lisbon – Portugal

Topic: Emergency Pedagogy

Hosting organisation: SPIN Association

Project context

Around the world, natural disasters, wars and violence claim numerous victims every day. Millions of youngsters experience situations which often leave them severely traumatized and alone. Their lives are changed forever and they frequently need help to cope with these experiences. Unprocessed trauma can lead to the development of severe symptoms, of actual PTSDs and may disturb their natural development. Age appropriate pedagogical and therapeutic support of traumatised children is central for the healing of psychological wounds.

Therefore, not only psychologists but also youthworkers/leaders/educators have a role in changing crisis into chance. Main Objective Capacitate 26 participants (youth workers from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Germany, Slovenia, Romania, Slovenia and Norway), involved in work with groups of youngsters at-risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorders, with new skills and competences for young people’s psychosocial stabilization and trauma prevention.

Methodology

Participants will be introduced to traumatology and emergency pedagogy, a non confrontational, pedagogical approach that helps children and youngsters in processing their traumatic experiences. Pedagogical measures are used to provide relief or avoid possible traumatic disorders. These include, among others, elements of painting and drawing therapy, circus education and plastic-therapeutic design. The concept of Emergency Pedagogy was developed by the Organization Friends of Waldorf Education and it is based on Waldorf educational methods and related forms of therapy.

2 Programme of activities includes:
Arrival day: activities for knowing the group & breaking the ice.

1st day: Introduction into the project in E+ context, program, learning path and assessment of learning achievements. Settled grounding and connecting, specific Non Formal education dynamics will facilitate “Getting to know each other” and Team building will be fostered by group dynamics aimed at sharing relevant personal/professional background related with topic, basis for the deep “take-off” session on Psychotraumatology and Emergency pedagogy. Intercultural evening of creative cultural presentations will focus on children/youngsters’ stories.

2nd day: dedicated to understanding needs and theoretical basis of Emergency pedagogy by focusing on Psychosocial aspects of working with trauma from several perspectives and introducing Youth worker’s role.

3rd day: Before starting the Practical workshops, a special session on “Emergency pedagogy methods for Youth workers” will introduce the practical workshops’ choices. Study visits to local organizations engaged in youngster’s social inclusion will set the ground for understanding hosting local context and for preparing the evening’s NGO’s gallery/fair.

4th day: Session on “Emergency pedagogy, as pedagogy of the “safe place” followed by the practical workshops sessions (arts & movement). Mid term evaluation and interviews for video-story of the TC.

5th day: Introductory and practical session on ”Youth Worker’s Self care and psychohygiene”. Practical workshops on emergency pedagogy methods continue. Open space for peer-to-peer practical workshops (suggested and led by the participants)

6th day: Presentation of practical workshops’ outcomes, finalizing TC’s vídeo, drafting brochure/Recommendation, establishing topics for articles and settling up steps for Follow-up Plans. Youthpass certficate delivery and final evaluation. Outcome products of the TC: Video-story of the TC; a Brochure focusing on “Emergency Pedagogy for Youth Workers’, Recommendation paper on “how to use Emergency pedagogy and/or its principles by Youth Workers, Educators, Social workers and all stakeholders of children and youngsters at-risk of developing post stress-disorders. Schedules during the TC: – working sessions: first session starts at 9:00 am and last finishes at 18h30. In some evenings there will be also working sessions such as the “intercultural evening” on 1st day, NGO gallery/fair on day 4, cine-forum on day 5. – meals: breakfast (8am-9am); lunch (1pm-3 pm); dinner (8pm-9pm) – free afternoon on day 4, May 16th 3

How to apply?

Participants’ Profile  youthworkers (professional or volunteers)/youth leaders/educators/teachers  actively involved in work with groups of youngsters at-risk (i.e. refugees, migrants, youngsters who suffer violence or natural disaster)  able to understand and express themselves fluently in English  eager to gain new skills and competences and share them with their peers  resident in Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Norway, Romania, Spain, Greece or Portugal  aged >21 years old (no maximum age limit)  motivated to write one article and organize and lead at least 1 dissemination event after the training. If you correspond to this profile, and can commit with your active participation in this training course in Lisbon, from 12-19th May 2019, please fill out the online Application Form, here. What is included in your participation? All the expenses regarding board, lodging and activities are fully covered by Erasmus+ grant. Travel costs will be covered up to a maximum amount pre-established according with distance.

Venue:

Accommodation: SPIN HOSTEL
Address: Rua do Rio Tejo, nº7, 1600-746, Lisbon, Portugal
Phone: +351 217145520

Spin Hostel is a social project of the Spin Association and it is supported by the local council, Junta de Freguesia de Carnide. It is the first “social hostel” in Portugal specifically designed to host groups of people coming to Lisbon for intercultural exchanges, training courses, study visits or for other social and educational international activities. The Training course is going to take place in Carnide, a district located in the northernmost part of Lisbon (around 45 mins away from the city center by public transportation), and more specifically in Bairro Padre Cruz, a public housing neighborhood which gathers people from different nationalities and backgrounds some of whom live in poor and disadvantaged conditions. There are many associations which take action in this neighborhood in order to improve its status and the majority of them cooperate in trying to reach this goal. Spin is part of this synergy and is committed to improving the neighborhood conditions and the social involvement of the local people.

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