01. January – 31. December
Thessaloniki • Brussels • Hamburg
Belgium, Germany and Greece
The project is about Children Rights in partnership with ARSIS from Greece, Uit de Marze and Mobile School from Belgium, which is the coordinating organization for the project.
The goal is to create a free online educational toolkit for youth workers – play workers about Children’s Rights which will be uploaded in Mobile School’s platform. At the same time we are creating experiential activities and games for children, padlets, animation posters with audio stories and videos, linked on Children’s Rights.
We are working all together to encourage youth workers to start working on children’s rights with pragmatic tools for children and can follow a self-paced online learning program on this matter. This will firstly give an answer to the need for innovative tools on children’s rights in non-formal education and secondly provide a very accessible training with limited time investment of the youth worker on a crucial topic. We aim to empower youth workers through training and education and by offering them a free and comprehensive methodology they can use to address these topics with the children and adolescents they work with. By using online learning platforms to share our educational materials and trainings, we want to make dissemination easier, making it possible to share this toolkit and training efficiently with youth workers. You can explore “StreetSmartPlay” and “StreetSmartLearn”, on the platform from Mobile School, where the experiential activities and games are going to upload at the end of the project.
This project is funded by
the European Union
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