procedura selettiva per soli titoli per l’assegnazione a numero 10 laureati con disabilità/DSA di contributi, a titolo di rimborso forfettario, per attività di tirocinio extra-curriculare presso enti pubblici e/o privati, della durata di 6 mesi (20 ore settimanali).
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I have volunteered for Associazione Uniamoci Onlus from mid January till the second week of July. These six months have been a great experience. In the beginning I really had to get used to Palermo, but once I did, my time in Palermo got really enjoyable. Working for Uniamoci Onlus was a very nice experience. I have learned so many things by working here and with the users, but also at the projects that I participated in as well as in Palermo as in other countries. Besides learning a lot, I had a lot of fun and made new friends from different countries. From the first day I already felt welcomed by everyone. The vibes were always good, there was a lot of fun and laughter and everyone was really nice. During my time here I worked five days a week. Three days I helped the users with the activities, and the other two days I did office work. I also participated in the Palermo Green project, where we cleaned streets and planted flowers together with students from different high schools. The projects abroad that I got the chance to participate in were in Slovenia, Austria, Estonia, Madeira and North-Macedonia. All of these projects were a very nice experience. I learned about inclusion, how art can connect people, how to write easy to read texts for people with a reading disadvantage, how to plan the creation of an online course and remote work. In the projects that I participated in Palermo, I learned about environmental activities, art and mental health, different types of art therapy and collaborative economy without barriers. Working with people with a disability was a new experience for me. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I had only positive experiences. Even though it wasn’t easy to communicate with them because of the language barrier, I still had a lot of fun with them and was able to connect with them. Davide, Eleonora and Giulia are doing a great job, and I am really glad I got the chance to work together with them and I am very thankful for all the opportunities I got. Besides working, I of course also discovered Palermo. There is a big expats community here, and every week they organize activities to bring each other together. On Wednesdays there were language exchange nights with a pub quiz and karaoke. I attended those nights a lot of times. Besides that they also organize open-mic evenings, trips to different cities, dinners and much more. This is a great way to get to know other people from different places, but also locals, and to make new friends. Palermo is a beautiful city, with friendly people, good vibes, beautiful nature, and good coffee and food. I can say that I really enjoyed my time here.
From the 26th of March until the 30th of March, seven groups from 6 different countries took part in a project in Tallinn, Estonia. The groups came from Estonia (the hosting group), Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Italy and Spain.
This project was about how to write easy to read texts for people living with a disability, elderly or illiterates.
The first day was mostly about getting to know each other. We played some games where we got to know a bit about each other’s hobbies and favorite things, and after that we did some group building activities.
For one of the activities everyone had to sit in groups, each group got a big piece of paper and we had to write a news article about easy reading and if it is available in our home countries.
On the second day we started with one more group building activity, after which we got a presentation about easy to read texts, how to create them and some modules that help with writing such a text.
After that we all had free time and most participants walked around in the city and in the evening we all met again at dinner.
The remaining days were all about studying different modules in groups and preparing a roleplay which we had to present to the other groups. We also got two online presentations, one by the coordinator of the Spanish team, and the other one by the coordinator of one of the Italian teams.
On the last day we visited JUKS, the organization in Tallinn that hosted this project and where the project leader works. The users of this organization have a disability, and they all work there, most of them as artists.
We visited all the rooms and got to see a lot of art that was made there by the users.
At the end of the day we closed the project by having dinner and a drink together, and the next day each team went back home.
SERBIA – CEPORA – Center for Positive Youth Development (coordinatore)
SERBIA – Institute for Educational Research (IER)
ITALIA – Associazione Uniamoci Onlus
SLOVENIA – Scuola elementare – Osnovna sola Dante Alighieri Isola Izola
L’obiettivo generale del progetto è quello di fornire supporto alle organizzazioni e alle istituzioni per migliorare la loro promozione della diversità nella pratica, aiutandole a vedere questo aspetto in modo olistico, “a modo loro” tra le possibilità offerte, in modo che possano dirigersi verso quei potenziamenti rilevanti per le loro specifiche esigenze in termini di cultura, clima e competenze.
La pubblicazione è il risultato del progetto Collaborative Economy without Barriers – CEB, un partenariato strategico di 3 anni tra 5 organizzazioni che lavorano con persone con disabilità in Italia, Germania, Romania, Portogallo e Macedonia, coordinato da Associazione Uniamoci Onlus. Questo report contiene alcune indicazioni pratiche e consigli su come iniziare a usare l’economia collaborativa nell’educazione (inclusiva) degli adulti, storie di successo e la delineazione dei punti di forza e di debolezza del progetto con qualche suggerimento per migliorare l’efficacia dell’approccio proposto.
Questa pubblicazione in lingua inglese è il risultato del lavoro di ricerca condotto durante il progetto Moonwalk, realizzato da Co-Efficient, Uniamoci Onlus e Associação de Paralisia Cerebral de Coimbra – APCC e cofinanziato dal programma Erasmus+ dell’Unione europea. La ricerca si è focalizzata sulla raccolta di informazioni su vari aspetti della vita personale e sociale dei giovani con disabilità al fine di poter rispondere alla seguente domanda: perché è necessario che l’animazione socio-educativa sia aperta alla partecipazione dei giovani con disabilità?