Project financed with the financial support of RO10 - CORAI, programme funded by the EEA Grants 2009-2014 and administered by the Romanian Social Development Fund - RSDF
The project ,,Initiating local parenting groups and non-formal multiregional transfer of best practices to promote social inclusion of children and young people at risk family - GLEP "PEH078 code. It is funded with financial support of the RO10 - choral program financed by the EEA Grants 2009-2014 and managed by the Romanian Social Development and is implemented by the University "Stefan cel Mare" Suceava, www.usv.ro, as Promoter with the following national organizations as partners: Fălticeni city Hall, the "Solidarity and Hope" University and the Association for Research and Training Center at the University of North from Baia Mare.
The overall objective is to create a model to develop and strengthen local initiatives in two development regions (Northeastern Region - Suceava and Iasi and the North West - Maramures and Bistrita Nasaud) aimed at improving the methodologies and tools work with people from vulnerable groups and the development of new compenenta specialists in social services, local and regional authorities and civil society actors to contribute in reducing social disparities in the European Economic Area (EEA).
1.a. The organizing and conduct training sessions Parenting for professionals working with vulnerable groups;
b. Local clusters of non-formal education in Parenting for families with children and young people at risk;
c. Special assistance for children in social protection centers in vulnerable situations find a family to develop a plan / strategy alternative to current services.
2. Organise partnerships and network-type activities between public authorities and specialists from disadvantaged communities to facilitate the transfer of best local practices (plans, methodologies and tools) Multi-regional level to increase access of vulnerable groups to social inclusion in order to eliminate ethnic discrimination and decrease the dropout rate, preventing marginalization and social exclusion.
3. a. The deployment of information and awareness campaigns in two regions of development on the specific needs of disadvantaged persons;
b. organizing training sessions for the target group of entities eligible local governments and nonprofit specific topics of gender equality, equal opportunities, intercultural understanding and reduction of discrimination.
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