Association for European Cooperation, Development and Communication (CODECvzw), a Belgian NGO: a youth organization with a very experienced professionals working to promote European policies and values to improve the economical and social well-being of people across the world. CODEC vzw works to take an idea and disseminate among the protagonists and empower them to get actively involved using design thinking, non-formal education and technology.
A particular set of skills, knowledge and attitudes.
A person who helps a group of people to work together better, understand their common objectives, and plan how to achieve these objectives, during meetings or discussions. In doing so, the facilitator remains "neutral", meaning they do not take a particular position in the discussion.
GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION
Associazione INCO, an Italian NGO and the project coordinator for DEE-GEAYS, has been working for more than 10 years in the field of international mobility, volunteering, and non-formal education. Thanks to the activities they have coordinated, hundreds of young people have had the opportunity to acquire new skills, develop personally and professionally.
Informal learning refers to the learning in daily life activities, in work, with peers, etc. It is mainly learning by doing, is not organised or structured in terms of objectives, time or learning support; and it may be unintentional from the learner's perspective. In the youth sector, informal learning can take place in youth initiatives, in peer group discussions, through voluntary activities and in a variety of other situations.
An activity that results in tangible and meaningful outcomes such as publications and course materials.
INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT 1 (IO1)
INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT 2 (IO2)
INTELLECTUAL OUTPUT 3 (IO3)
Labs that are the key activities on national levels and allow engaging 15 people from each country in a blended mix of creative non-formal and informal activities during 5 full day meetings on GCE-SEL followed by a complex group debriefing on potential digitalization of the methods using the research from IO1 and IO2.
KERIC is a non-profit non-governmental organization working mainly with children and youth aged 4-30 as well as adults. They offer a wide range of activities with an extra added international dimension which develops the personality of children and youth and differs based on the needs of participants. With the mission is to connect our region Kysuce with Europe and the whole world.
Statements of what a learner knows, understands and it’s able to do on completion of a learning process, which are defined in terms of knowledge, skills and competence.
All general education, vocational education and training, non-formal learning and informal learning undertaken throughout life, resulting in an improvement in knowledge, skills and competences or participation in society within a personal, civic, cultural, social and/or employment-related perspective, including the provision of counselling and guidance services.
A non-governmental organization (NGO) is an organization that generally is formed independent from government.
Non-formal education (NFE) refers to the learning which takes place outside the formal educational curriculum. It has a participative and learner-centred approach; it is carried out by learners on a voluntary basis and therefore is closely linked to young people's needs, aspirations and interests. By providing an additional source and new forms of learning, such activities are also important means to improve the attainment in formal education and training as well as to address young NEETs (i.e. young people Not in Employment, Education or Training) or young people with fewer opportunities and combat social exclusion.
An individual who takes part in a project through a participating organisation.
PARTICIPANT WITH FEWER OPPORTUNITIES
People with fewer opportunities means people who, for economic, social, cultural, geographical or health reasons, a migrant background, or for reasons such as disability and educational difficulties or for any other reasons, including those that can give rise to discrimination under article 21 of the Charter of Fundamental rights of the European Union, face obstacles that prevent them from having effective access to opportunities under the programme.