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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.

Celebrating the International Day of Education in Hungary

The pilot partner or TÁRKI, Motivation Association supports the social integration of people, primarily children and young people with disadvantaged backgrounds through motivating them, improving their skills and abilities as well as through shaping the attitudes of society.

Their study halls, which stem from a holistic view of personality, were created in order to provide complex developmental services to children and young people who do not receive enough attention in the educational system in Hungary due to their marginal social position. The program is realized in two study halls in Southern Hungary. They organize complex developmental courses, free time activities, ICT courses and sport activities for 30 disadvantaged pupils. 

On the occasion of the International Day of Education, the Association prepared special activities for the children, in order to get their answers on what they think about the study hall, why do they like to go there. Children were asked to write or draw what they think. Really heart-warming works were created.

Some examples of their answers:

„The community and the cheerfulness are the best!”

„Thank you, mentors for all the help!”

„When any of us has a problem, we can turn to you.”

„Here we can learn, play and make new friends.”

„It’s great to be together!”


Children in the study hall feel they belong to a community, that their characteristics are valued and that they have a safe place to go. Those who are often lagging behind the others in classrooms, can find their strengths and build self-confidence in these non-formal educational settings, as the study halls.

Celebrating the International Day of Education in Hungary
Come and learn with us!!!

In occasion of the International Day of Education, the KIDS4ALLL project has launched its first learning video pill on the issue of Lifelong learning and the linked 8 key competences, which you can find in the section 'Ressources' at this page.

The learning pill explains in a few minutes why a temporally unlimited cognitive development through learning and training represents today the new educational paradigm of the 21st century, which competences need to be forwarded and promoted to achieve the objective of lifelong learning and how these principles have been implemented in the KIDS4ALLL project.

Don’t hesitate and check it out – there are more learning pills to follow!

Come and learn with us!!!
Cross-cultural peer work – KIDS4ALLL launches the first workshop on "Personal Competences, Cultural Awareness and Citizenship Competences".

The 1st Cross-cultural workshop has been launched very successfully last November. It was an important opportunity to bring together teachers and educators, to engage in an interdisciplinary dialogue and to share best practises and techniques for promoting multilingualism in school and educational contexts.

The 2nd edition of the Cross-cultural workshop will take place on Wednesday, February 9, 2022. The theme is 'Personal Competencies - Cultural Awareness - Citizenship Competences' as central part of the LLL Key Competencies. The workshop is for practitioners working in formal, non-formal and informal educational and will be organised by the KIDS task force consisting of Tarki Social Research Institute, University of Jena, University of Barcelona and the Foundation for Access to Rights, and be supported by the University of Turin.

Cross-cultural peer work – KIDS4ALLL launches the first workshop on "Personal Competences, Cultural Awareness and Citizenship Competences".
International Day of Education, January 24th

Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility.” (UNESCO)

Lifetime inclusive and quality education for all is one of the most effective and proven means for sustainable development. For this reason, quality education is one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations.

The Lifelong Learning construct has been introduced by the European Commission as 21st century educational paradigm, that moves away from temporal, spatial and modal constraints when we speak of learning and training.

The KIDS4ALLL project consortium has created a short video pill on the lifelong learning concept and the related 8 key competencies on the occasion of the fourth International Day of Education. With this micro lecture, the consortium aims to contribute to the dissemination of the LLL perspective as key element for inclusive education and a structuring element of society because it helps to promote social cohesion and active citizenship, personal development and well-being. One of the principles underlying our project is the idea that LLL competencies are an important tool to address the growing problem of inequality in education systems, where vulnerable groups, such as immigrant students, are particularly disadvantaged.

Stay tuned!

International Day of Education, January 24th
Facebook and Instagram Live event, Dec. 13, 12 pm (CET)

On Dec. 18th has been proclaimed the International Migrants Day by the UN, which represents a global commemoration event honoring the millions of migrants around the world who have faced adversity to seek dignity, security and peace while aspiring to a better life for themselves and their families.

For the occasion KIDS4ALLL is planning a Facebook and Instagram Live Event on December 13th at 12 p.m. (CET). In this event Mialy Dermish from the SIRIUS Network will lead through the conversation with three speakers having a migratory background focusing on inclusion of migrant and refugee children in education.

Stay tuned on our Instagram and Facebook profiles!

Facebook and Instagram Live event, Dec. 13, 12 pm (CET)
Party of Light - Sparks on a changing Aurora district (Turin)

We are pleased to share this interesting initiative organized as part of the Scandagli Project (in which the University of Turin is involved), together with two schools in Turin: La festa della Luce (engl.: The Party of Light) on Monday 13 December 2021 | 4 pm (CET).

The purpose of the initiative is to make the students of the two schools the protagonists of a path that will lead them to participate in the improvement of the area of the Aurora district around the schools of via Cecchi together with the community, to create belonging and invest in change in a lasting way.

To find out more, visit the SCANDAGLI website or their FaceBook page and their Instagram  profile

Party of Light - Sparks on a changing Aurora district (Turin)
What is actually Service Learning?

The National Service Learning Festival was held in Mestre, Italy on Nov. 24 -  But what is actually Service Learning?

It is a methodology that promotes the design of ‘learning’ paths to create a ‘service’ that satisfies a real and felt need in the area. Through didactic proposals, activities are built starting from real problematic situations of the socio-economic context in which the school is located and students are guided to carry out concrete actions in favor of the community. The initiatives undertaken must always provide for close collaboration with local institutions and aim at establishing a virtuous circle between classroom learning and solidarity service.

KIDS4ALLL partner INDIRE joined the Festival that took place on November 24th. This was an important occasion to promote the Service Learning innovative approach within the Italian context.

To learn more

What is actually Service Learning?
Cross-cultural peer work – KIDS4ALLL launches the first workshop on ‘Multilingualism’!

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. 

Cross-cultural peer work – KIDS4ALLL launches the first workshop on ‘Multilingualism’!
The World Children's Day, November 20th

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 World Children's Day, November 20th
2nd MIRNet International Conference - November 15–16, 2021

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.

To learn more

2nd MIRNet International Conference - November 15–16, 2021
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