Promote image education as a tool for the inclusion of children in precarious and migratory situations
EduKino wants to promote basic skills for children and professionals, in compliance with the desire of the European Commission to foster the development of key competences at all ages.
The objectives of the EduKino project are:
encourage recovery and resilience for cultural, artistic and educational actors
for the children: 1) initiate an intellectual work around image and its production, and to open them to a field they know little about but crucial to their citizen life, 2) strengthen their self-confidence by leading them to value and share their knowledge and skills through playful workshops leading them to acquire new skills
for teachers and educators: opportunity to gain skills to raise awareness and accompany children and their families to the uses of image and audiovisual media
The project consortium is composed of seven organisations from four corners of Europe:
AFEJI from France (Project coordinator)
APROXIMAR- COOPERATIVA DE SOLIDARIEDADE SOCIAL from Portugal
No Place Productions from the United Kingdom
Cinéligue from France
Asociatia Profesionala Neguvernamentala de Asistenta Sociala ASSOC from Romania
L’Univers Cité from France
CENTRUL PENTRU PROMOVAREA INVATARII PERMANENTE TIMISOARA ASOCIATIA Romania
The Intellectual Outputs developed within the project are:
IO1 Intersectoral cooperation methodology: through a collection of best practices and workshops, creating a comprehensive and adaptable methodology for cooperation between various actors to support inclusion of young people in precarious or migratory situations.
IO2 Image education program: test a year-long program of image education that is modelled to the issues faced by young people in vulnerability and foster exchanges between professionals.
IO3 Capacity building program: support education professionals to face new challenges and audiences raising awareness to the multiple issues faced by vulnerable children,
IO4 Awareness raising campaign and capacity building for children: to strengthen the capacities and self-esteem of the children, acquire new skills and aptitudes.
The Center for promoting lifelong learning – CPIP is a non-governmental, non-profit institution active in the educational and social field. We devlop national and international projects on various social and educational topics.