EMBODY: Emotional Management through returning to the BOdy DiY

EMBODY: Emotional Management through returning to the BOdy DiY

PROJECT SUMMARY 

PO1. Enhance young people’s capabilities of managing their emotions through corporal actions and interactions.
G1 Carry out training activities on techniques and approaches to emotional management through the body.
R1.1. 7 day long course in Spain
R1.2. 3 day long participatory visit to Estonia
Transferring tools and methods regarding emotional bodywork to our youth workers during the course in Spain and adapting
them to specific needs of disadvantaged youth (war refugees) during the participative visit in Estonia will respond to the priorities of increasing quality of youth work and inclusion. Youth workers and youth they work with will become more resilient, becoming better prepared to face the modern world diversification, including worldwide pandemics, wars and other crises.
PO2. Provide young people with gathered non-formal education tools through special-built, self-empowering digital
bodywork webquests.
G2 Combine the knowledge acquired during the training activities to create bodywork webquests.
R2. Project result: special-built, self-empowering digital bodywork webquests.
We will compile knowledge gathered during the 2 LTTAs about emotional management bodywork in an attractive, digital webquest format; This objective has a clear link with the inclusion priority; It will also increase the quality of youth work, as our youth workers will receive a tool they can refer to in their daily tasks at work and in their private life. Providing a high quality digital tool will contribute to addressing the priority of the digital transformation among youth.
PO3 Raise awareness of the importance of the role of the body in emotional management and contributing to a high quality non-formal youth education through self-empowering digital bodywork tools (webquests).
G3. Carry out a dissemination campaign to raise civic consciousness on the role of the body in the emotional management
of the disadvantaged youth.
R3.1 Organising 2 multiplier events, 1 per partner country, to share the project and its results with a wider public.
R3.2 Organising internal workshops, 3 per entity, to transfer created bodywork webquests, its methods and tools to a greater audience
R3.3 Organising a consultation period for entities and stakeholders interested in self-empowerment through bodywork
emotional management.
R3.4 Engage in other dissemination activities, supporting the entire campaign.
The campaign will include dissemination events, internal workshops and consultation period – those activities will contribute to making this project more inclusive, linking the project to the ̈Inclusion ̈priority.
This project addresses the objectives of the EU strategy for Education and Training: Make lifelong learning and mobility a reality; Improve the quality and efficiency of education and training; Promote equity, social cohesion and active citizenship.

PO1. Enhance young people’s capabilities of managing their emotions through corporal actions and interactions.

PO2. Provide young people with gathered non-formal education tools through special-built, self-empowering digital bodywork webquests.

PO3 Raise awareness of the importance of the role of the body in emotional management and contributing to a high quality non-formal youth education through self-empowering digital bodywork tools (web-quests).



Main project activities will be the following:

-Kick off meeting, Intermediate project meeting (online) and Final project meeting

-Best practises exchange via 2 mobilities, a course in Spain and participatory visit in Estonia

-Webquests creation period

-Internal workshops for youth workers from our entities not participating directly in the project and Follow Up Workshops for
local youth

-Dissemination campaign and 2 Multiplier Events

-Open Consultations for Multiplier Events attendees.

The main results of the EMBODY Project will be the following:

-Transfer the emotional bodywork tools to 12 youth workers during the course in Spain and adapt them to be used in
disadvantaged youth work during the participatory visit in Estonia.

-Put the obtained knowledge in form of Emotional bodywork webquests to be used by youth workers and youth

-Contribute to raising awareness on how emotional bodywork can improve disadvantaged youth resilience regarding
different crises

This in turn will impact our target groups in the following manner:
-Fostering both individual and team learning.
We will produce an authentic end product that is creative, real, rich, relevant and applicable to real life.
-Importance of Inquiry-based learning
Youth needs to develop skills that allow them to cope with future situations and become lifelong learners. tive process.
-Mental improvement through bodywork
Youth will learn that no system ever works, gets injured or heals alone. By making an impact on their bodies, they can
influence their minds, to feel better if they want to.
-Digital resilience
We want to contribute to change in understanding and accepting the impact of the digital transition.

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