Erasmus+ JobAct® Europe Social inclusion by social arts

Multiplier event in Paris

Social art to tackle inclusion in Europe: a challenge successfully met

Published by CAMILLE LORPIN on 05.11.2019

On Wednesday 16th October, JobAct Europe team has presented the project results at the pedagogical restaurant of Apprentis d’Auteuil. The host for the evening, Charles Dumas from l'Académie des Arts in Apprentis d’Auteuil, has thanked his guests, educative sector stakeholders interested in art practices.

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Florence

Transnational meeting of JobAct® Europe in Florence on 13th & 14th June, 2019

c/o Vivaio per l’Intraprendenza

Premises: MIP Murate Idea Park, Sala Pasquini (Vetrate) - Piazza Madonna della Neve.

Alle Künste tragen bei zur größten aller Künste: der Lebenskünst.
“All artforms are in the service of the greatest of all arts: the art of living.”
B.Brecht

During the Meeting we had the opportunity to update all partners on the national pilot projects. We met with the coordinator of the Inclusion Unit of the Municipality of Prato, Noemi Imprescia and Andrea Benedettini.

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Witten

Fourth and last Train the Trainer of JobAct Europe in Witten from 28st May – 01st June 2019

International training series completed – The last five days of learning and intercultural exchange

Once again participants from Hungary, France, Italy and Germany came together for the JobAct Europe training series, which is now officially finished.

The last training took place in Projektfabrik in Witten and was under the topic of Georg Büchner, a German writer and revolutionary. As the examination of Büchner's works is this year’s focal point in the Projektfabrik and he was considered one of the most important literary figures of his time in Germany, this time all the workshops and exercises were based on his work.

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Budapest

Third international Train the Trainer of JobAct Europe in Budapest from 15st – 19st April 2019

Successful Train the Trainer series continues in Budapest: Versatile methodology teaching in intercultural workshops.

After the first two trainings took place with great success in Turin and Paris, the series continued from 15st – 19st April 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. Again, numerous committed theatre trainers and social workers from Hungary, Italy, France and Germany came together to learn methods of social art for social inclusion.

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Paris

Transnational meeting of JobAct® Europe in Paris on 14th & 15th March 2019

Parallel to our Train the Trainer program another transnational partner meeting in Paris took place. The partners from Italy, Hungary, Germany and France met in the premises of Apprentice d’Auteuil.

In the library of the Academy of Arts the partners together worked on the dissemination plans and concept for the project results. Inspired by an Erasmus+ workshop we mapped out the changes we aim at and the problems that have to be overcome before and how we can help each other to get there. Read more

Paris

Second international Train the Trainer of JobAct Europe in Paris from 11st – 15st March 2019

Singing, dancing and rapping for social inclusion: second international Train-the-Trainer as a step for successful intercultural exchange

After the success of the first JobAct Europe Train the Trainer starting event in Turin, Italy, the second Train the Trainer took place in Paris, France, from 11th to 15th of March 2019. Also, this time the great engagement of all participants from France, Italy, Hungary and Germany was impressive and showed again, how creative transnational teaching and learning can be carried out.

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Turin

First Italian Multiplier event in Turin at 4th of February 2019

At 4th of February 2019 the first Italian Multiplier event took place in Turin, hosted by Patchanka.

The many guests from job agencies, actual und possible funding institutions and other potential supporters, were introduced to the project and to the original JobAct method from Germany by Beáta Nagy and Martin Kreidt from Projektfabrik. Read more

Turin

Train the Trainer of JobAct® Europe in Turin from 1st – 5th February, 2019

With Romeo und Juliet back to the Job market – First Train the Trainer program started with success in Turin

The first international theatre training of the four-part series “Train the Trainers” took place from 01/02 – 05/02/2019 in Turin, Italy. In 5 days participants from Italy, France, Hungary and Germany were taught methods of social art for social inclusion practically and theoretically. Read more

Budapest

Transnational meeting of JobAct® Europe in Budapest on 10th & 11th November, 2018

On 10th and 11th November, 2018 the project partners from Italy, Germany, Hungary and France of the EU-funded project JobAct Europe - Social inclusion by social arts met for the third transnational meeting in Budapest.

Besides the mutual presentation of the current status of the various projects the time was used for further organization, discussion of the concept of Social Art and theatre exercises. Read more

Paris

Transnational meeting of JobAct® Europe in Paris
on 10th & 11th June, 2018

On 10th and 11th June, 2018 the various project partners from Italy, France, Hungary and Germany met up again, this time in Paris, hosted by CUTS.

During these two days, 19 people from 4 different countries and 8 different organizations were able to spend a productive and insightful time together. Read more

Turin

Transnational meeting of JobAct® Europe in Turin
on 2nd & 3rd March, 2018

On 2nd and 3rd March, 2018 the project partners of JobAct® Europe from France, Hungary, Italy and Germany met in Turin with the aim to share experiences of the project work and to start mutual learning and discussion in the transnational working groups.

Each meeting day started powerfully with a theatre training “ JobAct®in Practice” led by Projektfabrik and was followed by lively discussions, short film screenings and impressive success stories from the already conducted pilot projects. Read more

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Witten

A push for social inclusion!

EU-projekt JobAct® Europe has started

Under the shared goal of strengthening the labor market position of disadvantaged groups – partners from Italy, France, Hungary and Germany came together in the EU-project JobAct® Europe.

Scientifically supported by sfs, refugees, NEETs and unemployed youths are accompanied on their way into the labor market through a combination of drama work and job training. Read more

JobAct® Europe – social inclusion by social art

With joy we are able to announce, that our project “JobAct® Europe – social inclusion by social art” got approved within the program Erasmus+ Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices, Strategic Partnerships for adult education.

October 2017 we will start a 26 months project with seven partners from four countries.

Our partners are:

Germany:

Technical University Dortmund