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Prezentare CECIS

  1. 1. Center for Education and Consulting Structural Instruments<br />
  2. 2. Where are we from?Romania in Europe<br />Romania<br />
  3. 3. ROMANIA<br />Population: 22,607,620 peoples.<br />Area: 238,391 sq km (91,843 sq miles).<br />Form of Government:with the Constitution adopted in 1991, Romania is parliamentary republic, with two chambers .<br />Romania’s National Day: December 1, <br />the day when the national unitary state was founded in 1918<br />
  4. 4. Gorj County <br />Surface area: 560.174 hectares <br />Population:384.852 persons out of which 190.214 men and 194.638 women <br />Geographical Map<br />Capital county: Târgu Jiu<br />Administrative Map<br />The county has 2 municipalities, 6 towns and 62 communes <br />
  5. 5. TârguJiuCity<br />Surface area: 102 Sq km (39 sq mi) <br />Population: 97.591persons<br />Administrative Organization includes 8 localities<br />Web site: http://www.targujiu.ro<br />Targu-Jiu City Hall         <br />The Sculptural Ensemble “Constantin Brancusi” represents the most important tourist attraction <br />
  6. 6. Who are we?<br /><ul><li>an NGO founded in February 2010 in order to respond to the need of economic development, social, cultural and administrative of society in general
  7. 7. we carry out various projects with educational and consulting thematic, by accessing European funding
  8. 8. our objectives are to encourage openness, awareness and involvement in various projects and international exchanges, to improve understanding and knowledge and to promote human development</li></li></ul><li>What we aim?<br /><ul><li>to encourage openness, awareness and involvement in various projects and international exchanges.
  9. 9. to improve understanding and knowledge and promote human development which is the primary factor in producing a change.
  10. 10. to initiate different educational actions and activities designed to implement European standards and values capable of giving a new dimension to the current European context.</li></li></ul><li>CECSI”s partnerships<br /><ul><li>CECSI – TarguJiu Art Museum
  11. 11. CECSI – Eurogems (Italy), Centre for Creative Activity (Poland), Konya Il MilliEgitimMudurlugu (Turkey), OsQuatro Cantos do Cisne (Portugal), KamutGyermekekertAlapítvány (Hungary).
  12. 12. CECSI – Villagers Museum from Sacelu
  13. 13. CECSI – Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality (Turcia)
  14. 14. CECSI – Secondary School Bolbosi
  15. 15. CECSI –City Hall Bolbosi
  16. 16. CECSI – Scholar Center for Inclusive Education
  17. 17. CECSI – Secondary School Rovinari</li></ul>CECSI’s activities<br /><ul><li>Participate in various international exchange of best practices
  18. 18. Involving in playful activities
  19. 19. Organize events such as conferences, workshops, youth meetings
  20. 20. Coordinate educational activities
  21. 21. Provides support to all those who need consulting to access EU funds to conduct activities or trainings.</li></li></ul><li>Our projects co-financed by European Commission<br />
  22. 22. EuroCitizenShip<br />1-10 August 2010 financed through Youth in Action offered a perception about Europe through 6 different countries: Portugal, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Turkey. 4 different generation have answered to question like: <br /><ul><li>What is the European identity?
  23. 23. Is there an European culture?
  24. 24. What is the meaning of being an active European citizen?
  25. 25. How European you are?</li></li></ul><li>Partners<br />Local partners<br /><ul><li>TarguJiu Art Museum
  26. 26. Villagers Museum from Sacelu</li></ul>International partners<br /><ul><li>Eurogems- Italy
  27. 27. Centre for Creative Activity - Poland
  28. 28. Konya Il MilliEgitimMudurlugu- Turkey
  29. 29. OsQuatro Cantos do Cisne - Portugal
  30. 30. KamutGyermekekertAlapítvány- Hungary</li></li></ul><li>Objectives<br /><ul><li>The evocation of commitment and dedication among young Europeans on European issues
  31. 31. Create cultural exchanges and contacts between the participating countries
  32. 32. Improve understanding and knowledge between European countries
  33. 33. Informing young people about the Millennium Development Goals.</li></ul>Activities<br /><ul><li>Ice breaking games, team building 
  34. 34. Cultural visit, placing participants in Romanian culture and traditions
  35. 35. Street-interviews with four generations on the status of European citizen
  36. 36. Intercultural communication with members of local community</li></li></ul><li>Project’s results<br /><ul><li>DVDs with street interviews, pictures from the project’s development
  37. 37. Website for the project : www.eurocitizenship.ro
  38. 38. Brochure </li></li></ul><li>Youth Park <br /><ul><li>An initiative of an informal group of youngsters, from Bolbosi, program funded by the European Commission “Youth in Action” and co-financed by City Hall Bolbosi.</li></li></ul><li>Objectives<br /><ul><li>Growing responsibility and active  participation
  39. 39. Getting young people to know the concept of non-formal education
  40. 40. Developing teamwork skills</li></ul>Activities<br /><ul><li>Ecological Action
  41. 41. Non-formal education activities with children
  42. 42. Create a youth park</li></li></ul><li>Project’s results<br /><ul><li>A Youth Park for young people to spend time in a pleasant way, and to create various cultural and artistic activities.</li></li></ul><li>See beyond the prejudice<br /><ul><li>Co-financed by European Commission through GrundtvigProgramme – Learning Partnerships
  43. 43. Developed between October 2010 – July 2012</li></li></ul><li>Objectives<br /><ul><li>Carrying out activities for parents of children with special needs in order to improve the skills of relationship with their children;
  44. 44. Supporting parents to acknowledge the importance of communication and understanding of their children;
  45. 45. Change of best practices between project’s partners </li></li></ul><li>Activities<br /><ul><li>Seminars, workshops, group therapy;
  46. 46. Meetings with experts in areas of interest to share best practices;
  47. 47. Visits to special education centers in all partner countries;
  48. 48. Parents who have children with special needs have the opportunities to exchange best practices
  49. 49. Mobilities</li></li></ul><li>Project’s partners<br />Local Partner<br /><ul><li>School Center for Inclusive Education from TarguJiu</li></ul>International partners<br /><ul><li>School Inspectorate of Nevsehir (Cappadocia) – Turkey
  50. 50. Deaf Republican Rehabilitation Centre – Lithuania
  51. 51. Association Moige Basilicata - Italy</li></li></ul><li>Living different<br />Description<br /><ul><li>June 2011 – September 2011 2011,  through Youth in Action Programme, Action 1.1 Youth Exchanges
  52. 52. Socio-educational and cultural activities: workshops, cultural tours, exhibitions, having the main theme culture and anti-discrimination.
  53. 53. The project will run in Roma communities in Gorj county, in this way we want to develop solidarity and tolerance among young people</li></ul>Project’s partners<br /><ul><li>European Association of Young Regionalists
  54. 54. Informal Group UNIT TO ACT
  55. 55. European Youth Group A.T.O.M.
  56. 56. CederSerrania de Ronda
  57. 57. ProAtlantico Association
  58. 58. Association of Young Step</li></li></ul><li>Present proposal<br />We applied:<br /><ul><li>Within the Sectorial Operational Programme, on Priority Axis III - Information Technology and Communications for public and private sectors, a project “ICT - essential tool in CECSI activities “
  59. 59. Within the Sectorial Operational Programme Human Resources Development, on Priority Axis 6.1 Social Economy, the project “Among the clouds or among us?”</li></ul>We intend to apply on 1st June for two projects on YIA programme: <br /><ul><li>Action 1.3 Youth Democracy projects
  60. 60. Action 4.3 Training and Networking</li></li></ul><li>Thank you for your attention<br />Center for Education and Consulting Structural Instruments <br />(CECSI )<br />Sediul social în Targu-Jiu, Str. Agriculturii, bl. 7, sc.1, et. 2, ap. 12, Judeţ Gorj<br />Cod fiscal nr. 26491610 <br />Tel: +40766696393/ +40724315079<br />E-mailoffice@cecis.roWebwww.cecis.ro<br /> <br />

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