Adult learning on fundamental
rights through social theatre tools
Evening with the Ombudsman
Empowering rural communities ...
About the project
• The project "Evening with Ombudsman" is performed by the
5 partner organisations from 5 EU member coun...
Partnership
Coordinator:
• Civic Education Center at the Masaryk University, Czech
Republic
Partners:
• University of Ljub...
Objectives:
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The general objective of the project is to actively raise the awareness of EU citizens especially those fro...
Project activities
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The aim of research activities - analyses (reports) of most frequent cases of rights violations in t...
Project results
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Report of most frequent cases of rights violations for each involved country.
The meth...
Project website
Main project website in English:
www.evening-ombudsman.eu
National webpage in Romanian:
www.teatrupentrudr...
Thank you very much for your attention!

This project has been funded with support from
the European Commission within the...
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Adult learning on fundamental rights through social theatre tools

  1. 1. Adult learning on fundamental rights through social theatre tools Evening with the Ombudsman Empowering rural communities through knowledge on fundamental rights Simona Musteata, Romanian Society for Lifelong Learning 7.11.2013 This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme. 1
  2. 2. About the project • The project "Evening with Ombudsman" is performed by the 5 partner organisations from 5 EU member countries Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland, Estonia and Romania. • It is primarily oriented in the awareness rising, informing and educating EU citizens living in remote/rural areas about their fundamental rights as declared in the Charter of fundamental rights of the European Union. • The project is co-financed by the European Commission under the Fundamental rights and citizenship programme (Grant Agreement No. JUST/2011/FRAC/AG/2877). This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme.
  3. 3. Partnership Coordinator: • Civic Education Center at the Masaryk University, Czech Republic Partners: • University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) • Romanian Society for Lifelong Learning (Romania) • Jaan Tõnisson Institute (Estonia) • Center for Civic Education (Poland) This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme.
  4. 4. Objectives: • The general objective of the project is to actively raise the awareness of EU citizens especially those from remote/rural areas on their fundamental rights stated in the Charter of fundamental rights of the EU. Furthermore, the objective is also to foster a shared culture of fundamental rights and the rule of law within the EU and to encourage active participation in European democratic processes. Specific objectives: enhancing personal skills of citizens that is important for identifying and addressing violations of rights and therefore increasing knowledge on appropriate procedures and measures to address violations informing the public on the central role that the national Ombudsmen and European Ombudsman have in addressing the fundamental rights violations and in this context the promotion and support of their work increasing the knowledge about the Charter among various organizations (e.g. NGOs) dealing with fundamental rights in countries involved developing and implementing a novel approach (social theatre) based upon the innovative informational and pedagogical approach for the purposse of raising the awareness and informing citizens on their rights derived from the Charter testing the novel approach in different socio-political and cultural contexts by utilising the socio-political and cultural diversity of partner countries developing new didactic material for more comprehensive learning about the fundamental rights developing an overall web platform to effectively share knowledge, good practices and disseminate the novel approach This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme.
  5. 5. Project activities • The aim of research activities - analyses (reports) of most frequent cases of rights violations in the national contexts, methodology for the social theatre; comparative study of the existing good practice cases and international study of didactic materials etc., is to provide analyses of the main areas where fundamental rights of citizens of each involved country were violated. • Preparation of scripts of social theatre plays based on real cases of violation of fundamental rights. • Organisation of 5-day Summer school training for actors of social theatre group. The Summer school training is intended for actors of social theatre group to share concepts of the 13 plays. • Evening with ombudsman is a central activity that is focusing on the awareness rising about the EU fundamental rights and builds upon the active participation of EU citizens particulary those living in remote/rural areas. The central role of Evening with Ombudsman events is also Increasing knowledge and understanding of individuals and communities from remote/rural areas about the Charter of Fundamental Rights. • Organisation of workshops for the representatives of legal advice centres and other NGO’s for the purpose of informing and educating those actors about the EU Charter and on the ways of cooperating with the ombudsman in cases of violation of citizens’ rights. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme.
  6. 6. Project results • • • • • • • • • Report of most frequent cases of rights violations for each involved country. The methodology for the social theatre will be defined as the key part of the “Evening with Ombudsman” event. The comparative study of the existing good practice cases for raising awareness about fundamental rights of EU citizens. The international study of didactic materials in the field of adult education for active citizenship engagement focusing upon fundamental rights. Workshop for theatre leaders organized in Czech Republic . Summer school training for social theatre actors in Slovenia. 70 "Evenings with ombudsman" events for awareness raising, informing, enhancing knowledge and skills of citizens. 5 educational Workshops for representatives of legal advice centres and other NGOs in each country. documentary movies which will present a specific real case of the violation of fundamental rights . This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme.
  7. 7. Project website Main project website in English: www.evening-ombudsman.eu National webpage in Romanian: www.teatrupentrudrepturi.ro This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme.
  8. 8. Thank you very much for your attention! This project has been funded with support from the European Commission within the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme.

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