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United Kingdom(UK) arvet
Romania(RO) 2
Cyprus(CY) d
Italy(IT) dc
Polonia(PL) cvc
Turkey(TR) xcxc

The project “Active Togetherness – Learning places for all ages” – ACT was shaped starting from our wish to help people become active citizens by bringing ages together. Finding a friendly environment is a big step in establishing an efficient intergenerational dialogue. This is why we focused our pedagogical approach on different dimensions of space: informal/non-formal, individual/collective, opened/closed, modern/antique, mental /experimental and many others.

We are 6 partners, with distinct profiles, able to complete a complex perspective on the same issue.  Each of us has specific needs but we all want to improve ordinary or disadvantaged adults’ lives by sharing/reminding them the feeling of togetherness, to facilitate their integration in different educational groups. We intend to become “doctors” of our target groups, offering them children-related therapy, dance, music, learning/teaching therapy.

The methods will be interactive, formative and attractive: lectures & exercises, seminars, games, dance, sailing, different forms of entertainment.

Our project is meant to prove the enriching collaboration between the organizations involved and between learners and trainers, during the whole 2 years learning process: planning, implementation, dissemination and exploitation of results.

The main final product will be a printed book, “A spatial perspective upon togetherness”, written by all the partners, learners and trainers.

Through a permanent exchange of ideas and experience, we will create a state of well-being for adults and open paths for their personal and social fulfillment.

Disclaimer: This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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