«SUSTAINABLE UNIQUE COLLECTIVE AND CREATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SOCIAL INCLUSION (SUCCESS)»
The objective of this strategic partnership is, through the exchange of good practices, to transferring tools and capacities to youth workers and young people for the collaborative creation of sustainable projects, fostering entrepreneurship and social inclusion in youth communities. The organisations’ experience in the field of youth led them to conclude the importance of involving youth workers and young people in the decision making process and creation of new initiatives, in addition to the design, implementation and evaluation of their own activities.
- To share the best practices regarding entrepreneurship, motivation and inclusion and implement them in the Dragon Dreaming Methodology: -WN will transfer the best practices regarding inclusion -Youth Services Coordinator regarding motivation and entrepreneurship -Permacultura Cantabria will combine them in the Dragon Dreaming Course and transfer to young people and youth workers.
- To provide a Dragon Dreaming Course to youth workers and young people from our communities: project management, inclusive and motivational tools and skills will be transfered.
- To transfer to European countries the Dragon Dreaming Methodology through an effective dissemination campaign (project activities, methodology, outcomes and success stories will be disseminated).
The main activities in the Project include:
(a) The realisation of two transnational meetings (in Spain and Italy), in which two representatives of the participating entities will review the working plan and evaluate the present state of the project.
(b) Three learning activities:
b.1.)The first will be a 3-day participatory visit to Italy, in which World Net will share with their partners their good practices and inclusive techniques in the youth field. Two participants from PC and YSG (and 6 from WN) will learn about inclusion of disadvantage young people.
b.2) The second 3-day visit will take place in Malta where Youth Services Coordinator will share with each partner their good practices, initiatives and programmes of motivation and entrepreneurship in youth. Two participants of each partner entity (there will be 6 from Malta) will learn about motivation and entrepreneurship in the youth field.
b.3) A 10-day course will be held in Spain. Participants will learn and experience a participatory, inclusive and creative technique for project design and entrepreneurship called “Dragon Dreaming to jointly define the key areas needed to start writing a sustainable project and how to engage and motivate participants during the entire project’s life cycle.
c) Activities after learning activities:
- Each organisation will carry out internal workshops provided by the persons who attended the course, to transfer the skills and knowledge acquired to other young people and youth workers from their communities.
- The workshop’s participants will create new projects to benefit the youth and their society.
- The organisations involved will carry out a campaign to disseminate the project activities, methodology, outcomes, video and success stories, involving the participation of main stakeholders to maximize the exploitation of the results.
– Objective: To transfer the best practices and techniques regarding inclusion in the youth field carried out by World Net through a participatory visit.
DAY 1 9.30 Welcome meeting at WN presented by Pierpaolo Albano. 10.00 Project Overview 11.00 Meeting with the work team: review of the state of the project and following tasks to be done. Administrative tasks are not allowed in Learning Activities. 12.00 Presentation from World Net Representatives 13.30 LUNCH BREAK 14.30 Presentation: Inclusive Best Practices carried out by World Net 17.00 Questions and Answers 18:00 Walking tour around the city
DAY 2 9:30 Presentation: Inclusive techniques in the youth field carried out by World Net 12:30 Questions and Answers 13:30 LUNCH BREAK. 14:30 Round table with the Chamber of Commerce of Potenza and Employment center of Potenza regarding inlcusive initiatives in the youth field. 17:00 Networking activity. Sharing contacts and expanding strategies of networking. 18:00 Closing
DAY 3 9:30 Round table with Associazione di Promozione Sociale, Basilicata Development, and other Italian NGOs or entities, who are dealing with the inclusion of youth, to share their experience and best practices.
12:00 Networking activity. Sharing contacts and expanding strategies of networking. 13:00 LUNCH BREAK 14:00 Observation of WN activities. 15:30 Teamwork activity to gather all the best practices regarding and techniques regarding inclusion of young people. 17:00 Preparation of upcoming events. Administrative tasks are not allowed in Learning Activities. 18:00 Evaluation 19:00 Closing
– Participants (profiles stated in section “participating organisations”):
World Net: Youth worker and project coordinator: Pierpaolo Albano Youth leader: To be selected
Youth Services Coordinator: Youth worker and project coordinator: – Anthony Briffa: Youth leader: To be selected
Permacultura Cantabria: Youth worker project coordinator: Oscar Argumosa Youth leader: To be selected
– Objective: To transfer the best practices regarding motivation and entrepreneurship in the youth field carried out by YSC through a participatory visit.
DAY 1 9.30 Welcome meeting at Sardinella (Gozo Citadel Victoria) presented by Anthony Briffa. 10.00 Project Overview 11.00 Presentation from Ministry for Gozo representatives. 12.00 Presentation from Youth Services Coordinator from Ministry for Gozo 13:00 Networking activity between Ministry for Gozo representatives and partners 13.30 LUNCH BREAK 14.30 Presentation: Entrepreneurship Best Practices carried out by Youth Serv ices Coordinator 17.00 Questions and Answers 18:00 Cultural Visit at Citadel and other Sites in Gozo.
DAY 2 9:30 Presentation: Motivation Best Practices carried out by Youth Services Coordinator 12:30 Questions and Answers 13:30 LUNCH BREAK.
14:30 Round table with ARKA foundation, Sannat Special Unit regarding entrepreneurship and motivation initiatives in the youth field. 17:00 Networking activity. 18:00 Closing
DAY 3 9:30 Round table with Santa Maria Day Care Center, Lino Spiteri Foundation of Malta and other Maltese NGOs or entities, who are dealing with youth, to share their experience and best practices. 12:00 Networking activity. 13:00 LUNCH BREAK 14:00 Observation of YSC activities. 15:30 Teamwork activity to gather all the best practices regarding motivation and entrepreneurship 17:00 Preparation of upcoming events. Administrative tasks are not allowed in Learning Activities. 18:00 Evaluation 19:00 Closing
– Participants (profiles stated in section “Participating Organisations”):
World Net: Youth worker project coordinator: Pierpaolo Albano Youth leader: To be selected
Youth Services Coordinator: Youth worker project coordinator: – Anthony Briffa: Youth Services Coordinator within the Ministry for Gozo. Youth leader: To be selected
Permacultura Cantabria: Youth worker project coordinator: Oscar Argumosa Youth leader: To be selected
– Objective: To transfer the Dragon Dreaming Methodology combined with best practices regarding motivation, entrepreneurship and inclusion in the youth field to youth workers and young people of our strategic partnership
The course will connect every theory lesson with practical teamwork to jointly define the key areas needed to start writing a sustainable project and how to involve and motivate participants during the entire project.
Permacultura Cantabria will be in charge of the organisation of the course
DAY 1- WELCOME DAY …Programme presentation, Daily Evaluation
DAY 2 –PROJECT DESIGN INTRODUCTION SESSION 1: History, culture and tools for dragon dreaming SESSION 2: Deep listening and charismatic communication SESSION 3: The 4 phases of dragon dreaming wheel SESSION 4: The dragon dreaming wheel in 12 steps and force field Daily Evaluation
DAY 3 – BUILDING TEAMS SESSION 1: Self organized groups SESSION 2: What is a group? Building groups SESSION 3: Knowing us better SESSION 4: Project curve and motivation. Team development Intermediate Evaluation
DAY 4 – BEST PRACTICES EXCHANGE SESSION 1: ¿What do we do? SESSION 2: Our strengths SESSION 3: Our weakness SESSION 4: ¿What do we need? Daily Evaluation
DAY 5 – PLANNING PROJECTS SESSION 1 Knowledge of Dragon Dreaming SESSION 2 Dream circles SESSION 3 Set goals SESSION 4 Meta goal of the project Daily Evaluation
DAY 6: PLANNING PROJECTS (CONTINUE) SESSION 1 Work planning karabirt 1 SESSION 2 Work planning karabirt 2 SESSION 3 Budget creation SESSION 4 Regenerative economy and fundraising Intermediate Evaluation
DAY 7: ACTION PHASE THEORY SESSION 1 The pacific warrior: 7 things we can do for change the world. SESSION 2 Action and supervision theory SESSION 3 Roles and participatory leadership SESSION 4 Celebration Daily Evaluation
DAY 8: GROUP DYNAMICS SESSION 1 Facilitation, conflict resolution. SESSION 2 Team work space SESSION 3 Group process SESSION 4 Collect learning processes and feedback work (youth pass) Daily Evaluation
DAY 9: 21ST CENTURY organisation SESSION 1 Check-in – check out SESSION 2 Innovation in people and organisations SESSION 3 Innovation and sustainability planning SESSION 4 Systemic organisations Daily Evaluation
DAY 10: SESSION 1 Agile methodologies and design for intelligent action view SESSION 2 Funding opportunities: Erasmus +. Open space for new proposals to wo rk between the members of this project in the near future SESSION 4 Future projects SESSION 5 Final evaluation SESSION 6 Communication channels and celebration
– Participants (profiles stated in “Participating Organisations”):
World Net: Youth worker project coordinator: Pierpaolo Albano Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinator: Rocco Alessio Corleto 4 youth workers, 3 young people and youth leader: To be selected
Youth Services Coordinator: Youth worker project coordinator: – Anthony Briffa Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinator: Charlene Cefai 4 youth workers, 3 young people and youth leader: To be selected
Permacultura Cantabria: Youth worker project coordinator: Oscar Argumosa Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinator: Carmen Solla 2 Trainers: Julia Ramos and Beatriz Gallego Translation and support: Silvia Abascal 4 youth workers, 3 young people and youth leader: To be selected.
* Pierpaolo Albano. Youth worker project coordinator. He will attend the on-site meetings and coordinate the whole project, distributing tasks and being in charge of budget control and schedules. * Rocco Alessio Corleto. Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinator.
Disadvantage participants: Disadvantaged area both from an economic point of view and from a social point of view, migration to northern Italy or northern Europe, long-time unemployed, others live by geographical problems areas. Two of them didn’t have the opportunity to achieve university studies or enjoy international experiences, since their parents lost their job, during the crisis of the 2008.
Permacultura Cantabria * Oscar Argumosa: He will be in charge of the project management in Cantabria. * Carmen Solla: Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinator * Julia Ramos: Dragon Dreaming Trainer * Beatriz Gallego: Dragon Dreaming Trainer * Silvia Abascal: Lingüistic translation and support to the coordinator.
Disadvantage participants: “Pasiegan Valleys” was, traditionally, dedicated to agriculture and livestock. Nowadays, young people from its community have faced or face economic difficulties and, therefore, difficulty accessing training and employment.
Youth Services Coordinator – Anthony Briffa. He will be the coordinator of the project – Charlene Cefai: Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinator
Disadvantage staff: We have identified some possible participants: Ayouth worker has had an accident and left him with low mobility, low eyesight and has difficulty to speak. Another youth worker who has partial lack of hear. He has a severely disabled younger brother and he has taken care of him, at home for most of his life. There are other youth workers facing obstacles due to their Latin American background
One anonymous youth worker dissemination campaign coordinator, suffers from severe health problems.
-Dissemination before the course Objective: To disseminate the project objectives, course in Spain, expected outcomes, through all the dissemination media. Outputs: Flyers, Newsletters, Articles, Website and Blog (will be used in all the project’s phases) They will include: the project summary, objectives, expected outcomes, Best Practices transferred, Participatory Visits results, etc.
Presential activities: Round tables in the 2 participatory visits which they will be able to know the project, as well as contribute with their best practices. Meetings: will have meetings with important stakeholders to talk about the project, the importance of the Dragon Dreaming Methodology and invite their youth workers to participate in internal workshops.
-Dissemination during the course Objective: To disseminate the Dragon Dreaming experience, as well as the importance of having a training abroad and knowing other cultures Outputs: Creation of video: The Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinators will encourage the participants to take pictures for the creation of a video that will be posted in Youtube and social networks. Facebook site of the project: We will have a new profil e of the project in Facebook disseminating this site among other Facebook organisations users, as well as groups involved with Erasmus+, entrepreneurship and inclusion.
Other activities: Dissemination of experiences and knowledge highlights: The Youth worker dissemination campaign coordinators will encourage participants to have an active participation in social media by posting pictures, important things learned, etc. These coordinators will also be constantly posting information in their social networks including, LinkedIn groups.
-Dissemination after the course Objective: To transfer the Dragon Dreaming Methodology and project outcomes in local, regional, national, European and international levels.
Outputs: Success Stories: Participants will share their success stories regarding their experience in a mobility activity, the importance of Dragon Dreaming and how the project has changed their own lives. These stories will be published in all the dissemination media described in the section below. Newsletters Articles We will create these outputs regarding the workshops, project results.
Other activities: Dragon Dreaming Dissemination: We will create promotion material regarding the Dragon Dreaming Methodology acquired and will disseminate it in social media, websites, emailing and E+ Project Results Platform.
Meetings with Stakeholders and Board of Directors: Each organisation will contact and hold meetings with important stakeholders from the target audience (i.e. development agencies, local institutions) to ask them to disseminate our project to their contacts; provide us new contacts to visit and disseminate the project; and develop future partnerships.
Internal Workshops: After the course in Spain, each organisation will carry out internal workshops to transfer the learning acquired to other young people and youth workers from their communities. We will invite other organisations to participate.
Indicators: 200 entities (3000 people) should be informed through social networks. Each entity will be responsible for informing 1000 people of the project’s results (through 67 entities or public figures from the educative and political sectors with whom they will interact).
*The Project starts on 1st August 2018 and finishes on 31st July 2020 (24 months).
* By 1st August 2019 the coordinator must complete an interim report on the implementation of the Project covering the reporting period from the beginning of the implementation to the date of 01/07/2019.
*Within 60 days after the end date of the Project, the coordinator must complete a final report on the implementation of the Project, and, when applicable, upload all project results in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.
*The coordinator must use the Mobility Tool+ to record all information in relation to the activities undertaken under the Project, and to complete and submit the Interim and Final reports.
*All requests for payments and reports must be submitted in Italian.
- a) Project management and implementation
– Triggering event: the event that conditions the entitlement to the grant is that the beneficiary implements the activities and produces the outputs
– Supporting documents: proof of activities undertaken and outputs produced will be provided in the form of a description of these activities and outputs in the final report. In addition, outputs produced will be uploaded by the coordinator in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.
– Reporting: on behalf of the Project as a whole, the coordinator must report on the final distribution of funds and on undertaken activities and results.
- b) Transnational project meetings
(c) Supporting documents:
– For travel taking place between the sending organisation and the receiving organisation: proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation (attendance certificate in annexes).
-Proof of attendance of the transnational project meeting in the form of a participants list signed by the participants and the receiving organisation (in annexes)
– Detailed agenda and any documents used or distributed at the transnational project meeting.
- c) Learning, teaching and training activities
(c) Supporting documents:
*For travel taking place between the sending organisation and the receiving organisation: proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation specifying the name of the participant, the purpose of the activity, as well as its starting and end date,;
* In case of travel from a place different than that where the sending organisation is located and/or travel to a place different than that where the receiving organisation is located which leads to a change of distance band, the actual travel itinerary shall be supported with travel tickets or other invoices specifying the place of departure and the place of arrival.
(ii) Individual support – Proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation specifying the name of the participant, the purpose of the activity, as well as its start and end date;