Keep up to date on all KIDS4ALLL initiatives.
During the project we will point out the seminars, conferences, events and publications that will be organized to facilitate the achievement of the objective and disseminate the contents of the research.
As our past research conducted within the project has underlined the necessity of teachers and educators to enter into (interdisciplinary) dialogue and to exchange (best) practices and techniques of their daily work, the KIDS4ALLL project is happy to launch a new training series for target group 2, ie. practitioners working in formal, non-and informal educational contexts.
In order to benefit from the international KIDSconsortium we have set up an online cross-national workshop that brings together teachers and educators from 11 national contexts on Wednesday, Nov. 24.
The topic of this first cross-national workshop will be ‘Multilingualism’, in line with one of the LLL key competences, that is addressed by the work team Levinsky and Indire. The entire event will be organised in English language, therefore English and foreign language teachers will be primarily addressed. All participants will have the possibility to enter into dialogue with their international peers and represents thus a great opportunity to meet, greet and exchange experiences and practices.
World Children's Day is celebrated on 20th of November to commemorate the Declaration of the Rights of the Child adopted by the UN General Assembly on 20 November 1959. This Declaration highlights children’s need for special care and protection.
The KIDS4ALLL project aims to encounter the educational needs of children, in particular of migrant children, and of educators as pathfinders for continuous lifelong and life wide learning.
We strongly believe that the following 10 principles underlying the Declaration of the Rights of the Child are central for the development of strategies towards educational and social inclusion of a highly diversified student population:
- The right to equality, without distinction on account of race, religion or national origin.
- The right to special protection for the child’s physical, mental and social development.
- The right to a name and a nationality.
- The right to adequate nutrition, housing and medical services.
- The right to special education and treatment when a child is physically or mentally handicapped.
- The right to understanding and love by parents and society.
- The right to recreational activities and free education.
- The right to be among the first to receive relief in all circumstances.
- The right to protection against all forms of neglect, cruelty and exploitation.
- The right to be brought up in a spirit of understanding, tolerance, friendship among peoples, and universal brotherhood.
The MIRNet project aims to address the issues of East-West migration by advancing the quality and volume of research on migration and integration and by promoting the networking position and visibility of an interdisciplinary consortium of partners.
The 2nd MIRNet International Conference is on ‘New Dynamics of East–West Migration and Migrant Integration Within Europe and Beyond’ and being hosted by the Sussex Centre for Migration Research.
The KIDS4ALL work teams of University of Turin and Levinsky College of Education will be on board with their contributions on LifeLong Learning in migratory contexts.
“From climate to social to digital, young people are at the heart of our policymaking and political priorities”
With these words the European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen expressed in her 2021 State of the Union address the need of a strong European commitment to give young people more and better opportunities for their future. With this in mind, the commission has proposed to make 2022 the European Year of Youth. Some of the European Commission initiatives like NextGenerationEU and the Conference on the Future of Europe will play an important role to achieve 2022 European Year of Youth objectives of providing quality jobs, education and training opportunities and to draw inspiration from the actions, visions and insights of young people.
The KIDS4ALLL project wants to respond to this open call supporting and engaging with young people and empowering them to strive for high-quality, equal and inclusive education.
After the 25th ENOC (European Network of Ombudspersons for Children) Annual Conference and General Assembly meeting that took place from 27-29 September 2021, the ENOC General Assembly adopted a Position Statement on “COVID-19: learning for the future”.
To face the negative impact that covid-19 emergency had on children’s rights the Statement proposed 5 principles as a framework to draw up a series of recommendations for action by government, public and other authorities, to help ensure that children’s rights are respected, protected and fulfilled in any public emergency.
The 5 principles are:
- Embedding children’s rights
- Equality and Non-discrimination to children
- Empowering the child
- Participation of children in decision making
- Accountability to children
KIDS4ALLL wants to promote a learning method and environment to address these topics: by fostering the students LLL key competencies and educators inclusive and participatory teaching abilities, the KIDS4ALLL project aims to promote children rights of empowerment and non-discrimination.
This Friday, three coordinators of recently launched Horizon projects will meet to present their projects and report on activities that have been done so far to foster the inclusion of migrant children through education.
Dermish from the SIRIUS Network will lead through the conversation between Prof. Roberta Ricucci, KIDS4ALLL coordinator, Prof. Teresa Sorde (Refuge-ED project) and Prof. Rachele Antonini (NEW ABC project) - don’t miss it and be there on INSTAGRAM or FACEBOOK on Friday, Nov 29 at 12pm (CEST)!!
3,2,1…. zero! The KIDS4ALLL spaceship has been launched into the learning universe! Its astronauts are already busy searching for hidden treasures behind stars and galaxies. With the treasures they will find, they will create an extraordinary learning environment...
This seems fantasy but it is actually very near to reality: indeed, the work for creating the KIDS4ALLL learning environment has begun: the researchers of the international consortium are starting to search for the best open educational resources ever which will be adapted and organized in a way that they can be easily found by the ones who need them!
How will it look like? Stay tuned and we will keep you updated!
For now: wish us a great journey out of space!
Photo by Brian McGowan on Unsplash
The 2021 Researchers' Night is an initiative promoted by the European Commission and involves every year thousands of European research institutions. The event aims to create opportunities for researchers and citizens to meet and to spread scientific culture in an informal and stimulating context. Thus, proposals and activities will take the form of experiments, games, science stories, exhibitions and shows to promote lifelong learning.
The KIDS4ALLL project will be presented by UniTo in Turin on Friday, September 24, 2021 from 3-11 pm (CET) at the Botanical Garden in the charming Valentino Park.
Don’t miss it and come by to learn more about the project, its potentials and benefits, ongoing activities and of course to meet & greet personally the UniTo KIDS4ALLL team!
AIS-EDU brings the legacy of a long tradition of sociological studies and research on educational institutions and processes developed in Italy since the ‘50s, whose common denominator is the analysis of changes in formal, informal and non-formal education.
This conference, hosted by the University of Cagliari, unites thus the academic community onsite to reflect on challenges, missions and perspectives of the sociology of education on the one hand, and new competences required on the other hand in a post-pandemic society.
ESPAnet Italia is a network of scholars that promotes the interdisciplinary debate on social policies drawing on different theoretical and methodological traditions. The 14th conference hosted by the network aims to promote research on the most recent global developments focusing on “Covid and welfare policies: emerging effects and dynamics of change”.
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