The Exploitation Guide is now available

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Parents4all presented at the Greece Education Sector Working Group

Olympic Training was invited to present the project’s outputs at a meeting of the Education Sector Working Group of the UNCHR in Greece in Athens, on the 26th of August 2019.
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Shortened versions of the training materials are now available!

In the piloting phase, parents asked for more concise materials. So the shortened versions are now about half the size of the original. So far, there are shortened versions for all the training units for Scotland and Greece and for some units for the other countries....
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3rd Project Newsletter

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Final Conference: “Migrant and Refugee Integration as a Two-Way Process: Opportunities and Challenges in Education”, Athens, Greece, 7 November 2019

Parents for All is an EU-funded project (KA2 Strategic Partnership for Innovation in Adult Education, 2017-2019, Erasmus+) aiming to support parents to deal with diversity in multicultural Europe. It promotes the notion that parental engagement for social inclusion is...
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Piloting sessions with parents in all partnership countries!

From April to June 2019, parents were invited to tell us their opinion about our training materials! Parents from Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Italy, Spain and Scotland voiced their opinions, as well as some teachers. Some of the comments we received: “Helps with a...
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4th Transnational Meeting in Rome

On June 6 and 7 the partners of Parents4all met in the premises of Programma Integra in Rome. The main points of discussion were the improvement of training materials according to the feedback received from parents during piloting sessions and the production of a...
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2nd Project Newsletter

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The theoretical foundation of the Assessment Toolkit is now available!

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Parents for All is an EU-funded project (KA2 Strategic Partnership for Innovation in Adult Education, 2017-2019) aiming to support parents to deal with diversity in multicultural Europe.

Through its activities the project will:

  • Empower parents of the host societies and of migrant origin in dealing with ethnic and cultural diversity at schools
  • Create tailor-made training material for parents, helping them to develop intercultural skills and actively support school activities for social inclusion
  • Raise awareness through audio-visual material
  • Promote the notion that parental engagement for social inclusion is a collaborative, reciprocal and mutually rewarding process.

Read the full project summary here.