YOU-DREAM

 

 

PROJECT: “YOUth DREAMs becoming sustainable projects”
2019-1-FR02-KA205-015660

Project details

The objective of this strategic partnership is to provide tools and skills to youth leaders and youth to facilitate the collaborative creation of sustainable projects that promote entrepreneurship and social inclusion in youth communities.
3PA, Permacultura Cantabria and Associazione Agrado identified the obstacles encountered when creating a new project such as the lack of trust, tools and methodologies for example. Dragon Dreaming brings together in a single methodology a wide range of tools that can fill this gap and that is its strength.
The organisations involved have also identified their strengths, as well as their successful actions and initiatives in recent years. During this strategic partnership, they will exchange best practices on these strengths and combine them with this methodology. This will have a greater impact on the results.
Each organization noted the importance of involving youth leaders and young people in the decisionmaking process and the creation of new initiatives, in addition to designing, implementing and evaluating their own activities. It builds confidence and self-esteem, increases motivation and participation, and develops practical professional and personal skills that can be used later.

MAIN OBJECTIVES:
Share best practices in inclusion, motivation and entrepreneurship and combine them in the Dragon Dreaming methodology.
Provide Dragon Dreaming training to youth workers and youth in our communities.
Transmit the Dragon Dreaming Methodology to European countries through an effective dissemination campaign.

Two transnational meetings, to review the work plan and assess the current status of the project.
Two youth workers coordinators from each organization will participate.
Two participatory visits that will last 3 days:
• France where 3PA will share our strategic partnership best practices and tools in inclusion.
• Italy where Associazione Agrado will share initiatives and programmes for motivation and entrepreneurship among young people.
2 youth leaders coordinators, 4 youth leaders, 1 youth leader and 3 young participants from each entity will participate in a 10-day training course in Spain. This training combines a theoretical part and teamwork. It offers the keys to enable its participants to reflect on the implementation of sustainable projects. They will learn and experiment with a participatory, inclusive and creative project design and entrepreneurship technique called “Dragon Dreaming”. After the training, internal workshops will be organized by participants from each organization to share the skills and knowledge acquired with other youth and youth leaders in their community. New projects will be initiated with the use of this methodology in the interest of young people and our society.
A strong campaign to disseminate the project’s activities, methodology, results, video and successes will be conducted by each organization to maximize the exploitation of the results.

-Objective: Transfer the best practices and techniques for inclusion in the field of youth carried out by 3PA through a participatory visit.
Associazione Agrado and Permacultura Cantabria will make a 3-day participatory visit to 3PA in France.

 

-Agenda:

DAY 1
– Welcome by the president of 3PA.
– Meeting with the work team.
– Site visit and presentation of the 3-day program as well as logistical issues.
LUNCH BREAK
– Interfaith games to promote the meeting and exchanges at the beginning of the seminar.
– Exchange of good practices part 1: Inclusive initiatives of 3PA in France, round table.
DAY 2
– Exchange of good practices part 1: Inclusive initiatives of 3PA in France and visit of 3PA and premises. Presentation of the projects and the stakes of the structure. Meeting and exchanges with young people accompanied in the framework of the association 3PA. Intervention of the project coordinator School of the Ecological Transition with the definition of the stakes and the modalities of accompaniment and inclusion this school (the various devices and the current projects)

 

-Participants: (Pending)

-Objective: To transmit the best practices in the area of youth motivation and entrepreneurship carried out by Associazione Agrado through a participatory visit.

 

-Agenda:

DAY 1
– Welcome by President Laris Guerri
– Meeting with the team – time to get to know each other and cooperation exercises.
LUNCH BREAK

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– Motivation and work with young people (sharing and exchange of techniques and motivation methods used by Associazione Agrado in previous projects)
DAY 2
– Visit of FACTO, an artistic workspace created by young artists – meeting with these young people and exchange on how this space was set up and how it could help to
to motivate other young people.
– Visit to ARCI Empolese-Vadelsa- ARCI CIVIL SERVIZIO for a meeting with the managers of ARCI SERVIZIO CIVILE and the volunteers to explain the value of entrepreneurship and skills development during 1 year in SERVIZIO CIVILE.
LUNCH BREAK
-Table Round with Facto and Arci: The challenges of motivation and entrepreneurship among our young people
– Networking activity.
– Visit to ORME RADIO, youth radio web project – Meeting with the director, sharing best practices in entrepreneurship – live interview.
DAY 3
– Visit and meeting with ORTOLANI CORAGGIOSI – Entrepreneurship and Disability: an organic farming project for people with autism and disabilities. Roundtable: The importance of encouraging entrepreneurship among youth with special needs
LUNCH BREAK
-Team work, exchange of good practices in -Team work, exchange of good practices in entrepreneurship carried by Agrado.
Tasks and upcoming activities
Final evaluation
Certificate delivery
Final conclusions
Closing

 

-Participants: (Pending)

-Objective: To convey the Dragon Dreaming Methodology combined with best practices in youth motivation, entrepreneurship and inclusion to youth leaders and youth in our strategic partnership.

 

-Agenda:

DAY 1 – HOME
SESSIONS:
1: Arrival and welcome
2: Presentation dynamics
3: Visit our facilities
4: Presentation of the program
Daily evaluation
DAY 2 – INTRODUCTION TO THE PROJECT DESIGN
SESSIONS:
1: History, culture and tools Dragon Dreaming
2: Deep listening and charismatic communication
3: The 4 phases of the Dragon Dreaming wheel
4: The Dragon Dreaming Wheel in 12 steps and its force fields.
Daily evaluation
DAY 3 – ESTABLISHING TEAMS
SESSIONS:
1: Self-organized groups
2: What is a group? Group formation
3: Get to know us better
4: Curve and motivation of the project. Team development
Intermediate evaluation
DAY 4 – EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES
SESSIONS:
1: What are we doing?
2: Our strengths
3: Our weaknesses
4: What do we need?
Daily evaluation
DAY 5 – PROJECT PLANNING
SESSIONS:
1 Knowledge of Dragon Dreaming
2 Dream Circles
3 Set goals
4 Project Meta-Objective
Daily evaluation
DAY 6: PROJECT PLANNING (CONTINUED)
SESSIONS:
1 Work Planning karabirt 1
2 Work Planning karabirt 2
3 Creating the budget
4 Regenerative economy and fundraising
Intermediate evaluation
DAY 7: THEORY OF THE ACTION PHASE
SESSIONS:
1 The Pacific Warrior: 7 things we can do to change the world.
2 Theory of action and supervision
3 Roles and participative leadership
4 Celebration
Daily evaluation
DAY 8: GROUP DYNAMICS
SESSIONS:
1 Facilitation, conflict resolution.
2 Team workspace
3 Group process
4 Collect learning processes and feedback work (Youthpass)
Daily evaluation
DAY 9: Organization of the 21st century
SESSIONS:
1 Check-in – check out
2 Innovation in people and organizations
3 Innovation and sustainability planning
4 Systemic organizations
Daily evaluation
SESSIONS:
1 Flexible Methodologies and Design for a Smart Action View
2 Funding possibilities: Erasmus +. An open space for new proposals for
between members of this project in the near future.
4 Future projects
5 Final evaluation
6 Channels of communication and celebration

 

-Participants:

3PA:
Youth Facilitator Project Coordinator: Frederick MATHIS
Coordinator of the dissemination campaign of youth leaders: Petra MIRAJOVA
4 animators, 3 youths and facilitators: To be selected according to the selection process indicated in the
section “Participants”.
Associazione Agrado:
Youth Facilitator Project Coordinator: Laris Guerri
Coordinator of the Youth Leaders Dissemination Campaign: Marco Politano
4 animators, 3 youths and facilitators: To be selected according to the selection process indicated in the
section “Participants”.
Permacultura Cantabria:
Youth Facilitator Project Coordinator: Oscar Argumosa
Coordinator of the Youth Leaders Dissemination Campaign: Carmen Solla
2 Trainers: Julia Ramos and Beatriz Gallego
Translation and support: Silvia Abascal
4 animators, 3 youths and facilitators: To be selected according to the selection process indicated in the
section “Participants”.

Development of activities