Overcoming the limiting realities creatively: Sport methodology in youth work for inclusion – KA2 Erasmus+

This project aims to develop new curricula and methods for empowering both youth (work) organisations, as well as the sport organisations, to increase their capacity building and human resources for quality envisioning and promoting the physical activity events (youth sport work and sport events) that thus contribute to increasing participation in quality sports by more youngsters, and especially by children and youngsters with disabilities.

Project is funded by Erasmus+ programme/ Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership Projects and involves partners from Germany, Serbia, Italy and Croatia. 
All publications are available for free download in English and Croatian. 

1. Guidebook “Using NFE and sport methodology for inclusion of youngsters with disabilities”, click below to download.

Guidebook No Limits EN   I  Guidebook No Limits HR

2. Curriculum “Training youth workers and sport trainers in using sport methodology for inclusion and interaction of different abilities’ youngsters”, click below to download.

3. Toolkit “Sport methods/games – adapted for using in youth/sport work for inclusion and interaction of different abilities’ youngsters”, click below to download.


Digitalisation and innovation of Youth work methodology for inclusion of immigrants – KA2 Erasmus+

This project responds to the needs of our youngsters (mainstream and marginalised) and youth workers, as well as is in line with the latest findings on European level that there is a need for innovative youth work approach towards youngsters that spend a lot of their time online and do not visit (local) youth centres/clubs so much, any more.
With this project, we aim at further empowering our youth workers in innovative usage of digitalisation, online youth work and gamification methodology in regular work with youngsters (incl. immigrants) in our communities, in order to increase attractiveness of the youth work activities and make them up-to-date for better impact on inclusion and engagement of both mainstream and marginalised, immigrant youngsters.

Project is funded by Erasmus+ programme/ Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership Projects and involves partners from Germany, Serbia, Sweden and Croatia. 
All publications are available for free download in English and Croatian. 

  1. Toolkit “Digitalisation of youth work for inclusion of immigrants”, click below to download.

Toolkit Digitalisation EN   I  Toolkit Digitalisation HR

2. Curriculum “Gamification in youth work for inclusion of immigrants”, click below to download.

Curriculum Digitalisation EN  I  Curriculum Digitalisation HR


Social entrepreneurship for a sustainable future with less conflict – KA2 Erasmus+

The project aims to change the educational approaches by equipping youth organisations and youth workers with tools and approaches they can use to support entrepreneurship of young women in a way that is socially and culturally appropriate. The project gathers organisations that already have experiences of supporting young women to be socially and economically active and allows them to develop new ways of dealing with the challenges they have identified. When implemented, it will result in a strengthened support system for NEET / young girls, particularly fromrural, more traditional and disadvantaged communities.

Project is funded by Erasmus+ programme/ Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership Projects and involves partners from Netherlands, Germany, Serbia, Sweden and Croatia. 
All publications are available for free download in English and Croatian. 

  1. Curriculum “Social entrepreneurship youth work for a sustainable future with less conflict”, click below to download.

Curriculum Social Entrepreneurship EN   I  Curriculum Social Entrepreneurship HR

2. Handbook “Online youth work for inclusion of immigrants”, click below to download.

Handbook Social Entrepreneruship EN   I  Social Entrepreneurship HR

3. Toolkit “Social marketing of social entreprises for sustainable future with less conflict”

Toolkit ENG  I  Toolkit HR

 

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