Storie di Mondi Possibili
Storie di Mondi possibili (Stories of possible worlds) is an association created by a group of Italian volunteers experts in autobiographical methods, with different educational experiences, interested in collecting stories related to individual and collective memory, social commitment and change. We came from different formative experiences, and we are united by the conviction that the stories of active citizenship and social change have an enormous potential.
The stories, in fact, can do about aspects of reality unknown to people, they can bring together people of different cultures and social contexts, can bring out learning, values, and reconnect to our desire for change. Among the recurring activities: – Video documentation of social action experiences. – Workshops on storytelling methods. Promoting autobiographical methods in teaching activities, included L2. – Training of volunteers in the collection of stories. – Participation in projects on storytelling. – Participation in European projects in different programs – Europe for Citizen, Erasmus Plus.
The C.E.M.E.A. (Centers for Active Methods Education Training) are an educational movement born in France in 1936 with the aim of developing education for democracy and participation and have given life, after the war, to a widespread movement in the whole world characterized by: secularism, independence, aconfessionality of its social commitment; internationality of his experience; openness to sharing and dialogue on ideas and experiences.
Today the Cemea are active in 29 countries in Europe, Africa and the Americas, coordinated by the International Federation based in Paris which since 1964 enjoys the UNESCO Statute B and since 1972 the advisory status at the Council of Europe and at the European Forum of the Youth. The Italian Federation of CEMEA (FIT CEMEA) was established in 1971 with the task of connecting the 12 Centers, the 5 groups and the numerous Cemea Correspondents that are present in different Italian regions and cities.
The FIT CEMEA is a training institution recognized by the Ministry of Education, University and Research with decree 177/2000 and carries out an important educational research work to support public administrations and a training action directed to teachers, operators and educators on the themes of social acceptance, listening, integration, active participation of all the actors in the training process.
FIT CEMEA promotes active education: an education aimed at giving real autonomy to the human being, offering situations in which everyone, children, young people, adults can become aware of the surrounding reality, and can contribute to its evolution, in a perspective of individual and social growth.
Real Time is one of the most established and successful participatory media organisations in the UK, with an international reputation for participatory video and creative media production. Real Time specialises in participatory engagement and communication, using workshops, projects, training, production and screenings to make visual methods and creative digital technology available for everyone. One of Real Time’s key strengths is its experience to ensure that the complex messages that emerge from the experience of development can be effectively communicated, through visual media, to a wider audience, including key decision-makers.
Real Time uses creative audiovisual story-telling methods to stimulate deeper exploration of reality. This opens space for all views, and enables seeing as well as hearing. Real Time has extensive experience in managing complex communication projects including many different stakeholders, communities and organisations often in an international context. Current projects include work with young people, people recovering from mental ill health, older people and people with learning disabilities, asylum seekers and refugees.
Founded in 2005 by persons with strong experience both in project management and adult’s education field, Pro Xpert Association is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization aiming to contribute to the sustainable development of the local community and to the Romanian Society’s synchronization with the European Society by offering technical assistance in several fields such as ICT, communication and partnership between public institutions and civil society, strategic planning, environment etc. Some of our most important objectives are: creating, assessment and certifying of professional skills in IT and foreign languages fields as well as consolidating the human resources potential according to the European Union’s standards; supporting the continuous education of all people.
Mobilizing Expertise AB
Mobilizing Expertise: an efficient Swedish SME for Nordic, European and International Projects.
Our main 5 working areas are: Providing training, creating educational tools, mobilising volunteers to professionalism, project management, promoting entrepreneurship among youth and adult.
Our team consists of 5 experts with a diverse background who has been worked in private and public sector. We value knowledge and people who have the knowledge. We believe these: people and knowledge, should mobilise and be easy to access. Whatever we do we want it to be: manageable, understandable and most importantly meaningful. We want to bring people, places, and projects together to create a sustainable future for a better Sweden, European and world.
M3 Cube Association
M3Cube organization is a laboratory for conceptualizing new ideas for the implementation of technological advances in the social field. It aims to be:
• a catalyst for actions promoting intercultural and intergenerational communication;
• a laboratory for conceptualizing new ideas to implement developments in technology to bring about progress within society. Through its partnership with other associations such as E-Seniors, E-Juniors, M3Cube develops and promotes projects such as:
• Interactive games and intergenerational competition.
• Intergenerational transfer of memories and knowledge.
• Transfer of pedagogical methods for disadvantaged groups (elderly people, disabled, immigrants).
• Awareness raising regarding the application of E-Citizenship, E-Reputation.
• Thematic social network as assistance for fragile public and their surroundings.
• Fostering solidarity between different generations.
NGO Trainers’ Association (STOP) is a nationwide non-governmental organization uniting over 200 people working in adult education and working for social change in Poland. Our role is the education of third sector’s trainers and educators at various levels. We have over twenty years of experience in training trainers and developing the qualifications of professional trainers.
The NGO Trainers’ Association (Stowarzyszenie Trenerow Organizacji Pozarzadowych – STOP) was founded in the late nineties and before registering, started to work as a non-formal group of trainers and educators. The aim of the group was to establish forum for exchange of opinions regarding learning quality for NGO’s in Poland. Since then NGO Trainers’ Association is the only organization of its kind in Poland and Eastern Europe – working on the quality of learning process in non-formal education.