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After the successful European storytelling award with a wonderful award ceremony in Stockholm, the GREEEN team is happy to announce the second GREEEN school award.
The GREEEN network invites 14-19 year-old students to submit projects, concepts and ideas on engaging in climate action, key outcomes of your action and its success in meeting the climate change challenge locally.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split is holding the formal Call for Papers for the Transnational ‘Boys reading’ Conference to be held 03 June 2016, in Split, Croatia.
The conference programme will ultimately include a variety of sessions covering topics that include Boys Reading, Educating Young Readers, Overcoming Reading Difficulties – Pedagogical Challenges, and Reading in the Digital Age.
As one of the project partners E.N.T.E.R. is proud to announce the start of the Erasmus+ YOUTH project INCREASE which is going to develop a multidisciplinary training programme for youth workers in the field of residential youth care. In front of the background that professional residential youth care is more and more a combination of different discplines and perspectives, the single youth workers need a cross-over knowledge of social work, psychology, psychiatrics, legal affairs and justice, economic background etc. The INCREASE project is going to research these new requirements and needs and develops an appropriate training programme to cover the new challenges in residential youth care. More information is available on the project website www.increase-project.eu