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Whole school social labs (Soci@ll): Implementation of the first igniting event in Cyprus

Whole school social labs (Soci@ll): Implementation of the first igniting event in Cyprus

Raising awareness for the SOCI@LL activities and initiatives set in place all over Europe is essential. Communication and creation of innovative approaches for social inclusion, promotion of participatory and empowering tools for creative and sustainable solutions co-designed by, with and for key-stakeholders within a whole school framework and through local social labs helps key stakeholders and end users to broad their knowledge in the field of social inclusion and participation.

In this context, CARDET, in collaboration with the Municipality of Agios Athanasios Limassol and the Private Grammar school, facilitated the first SOCI@LL igniting event, a seminar type of event where attendees had the opportunity to become informed about the SOCI@LL programme, its objectives and priorities. The igniting event that took place was particularly important as it is one out of a series of events planned for establishing partnerships with key stakeholders and end-users of the project.

The igniting event took place at the Cyprus University Technology, Tassos Papadopoulos Building in Limassol, Cyprus on the 16th of March 2019. The event was dedicated to the presentation of the objectives and priorities of the SOCI@LL programme, the methodology established by the consortium, the presentation of main findings and conclusions drawn from WP1, presentation of the structure and content under development of the two toolkits (for school teachers and teachers) and the input from participants on the content of the toolkits.

For more information about the SOCI@LL activities you can visit the official website.

Soci@ll has been approved under the EACEA/07/2017 call – Key Action 3: Support for policy reform (Social inclusion through education, training and youth). This project (592254-EPP-1-2017-1-PT-EPPKA3-IPI-SOC-IN) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This document reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Target Groups

1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Education Level

2, 3, 5