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Recommendations for the promotion and development of intercultural mediation in Europe Recommendations for the promotion and development of intercultural mediation in Europe Drawing from the different initiatives identified and their analysis, the Include Me Good Practice Guide on Intercultural Mediation drafts recommendations for the promotion and development of intercultural mediation in Europe: Set up raising awareness campaigns supported by public administration to communicate intercultural mediation, how it can support social inclusion strategies and the role of public administration and civil society. Set up a permanent space for an honest and constructive dialogue on intercultural mediation, its impact, challenges and potential strategies [...]
Conclusions from the Include Me Good Practice Guide on Intercultural Mediation The Include Me Good Practice Guide on Intercultural Mediation (available soon) identifies and analyses different institutional and individual initiatives on intercultural mediation developed across European countries and Turkey, with the aim to promote intercultural mediation in different regions and socio-cultural societies, but also to act as a vehicle for the transfer of knowledge and to contribute to the debate on intercultural mediation. Those selected initiatives are examples of mediation as a tool for conflict resolution in community conflicts and promotion of social inclusion of migrants and refugees. They have been [...]
Introduction to the CATALYSE project CATALYSE (Community Action to Activate Learning your Social Enterprise) is an adult education initiative designed to empower and equip social entrepreneurs with the skills and confidence to respond to community and business opportunity. Latest European figures indicate that there are up to 160 million people who are members of social economy enterprises and social economy enterprises contribute to the EU’s employment, social cohesion, regional and rural development, environmental protection, consumer protection, agricultural, third countries development, and social security policies. Social enterprises and the communities they reside in are challenged to invent, develop, and manage innovative solutions [...]
“Changing Europe…one learner at a time” The European E-learning Institute (EUEI) is committed to providing high-quality learning experiences and innovative educational programmes which engage learners from a range of sectors and socio-economic backgrounds. EUEI is committed to promoting social cohesion, inclusion and sustainability across Europe, making them a perfect fit for the Inclusion Sustainable Futures for Enterprise Centres. Our experienced team of trainers, researchers and technical experts are uniquely placed to guide educators from VET, HEI, Adult and Youth sectors to harness the opportunities that innovative and collaborative e-learning and digital tools offer for learners. We specialise in the delivering of [...]
Lough Ree access for all Hi, I’m Sharon Johnson and I work for Roscommon Integrated Development Company aka Roscommon Leader Partnership. We are based in the beautiful county of Roscommon in the Republic of Ireland and we are one of the European Partners in the CATALYSE Project. I sat down with Ciaran Mullooly from Lough Ree Access For All to talk about innovation within this amazing Roscommon social enterprise. Enjoy 😊 . Tell us about Lough Ree Access for All Lough Ree Access For All CLG is a start-up small tourism business based on Lough Ree in Ballyleague-Lanesborough, county Roscommon. The [...]
About Framhaldsskólinn í Austur-Skaftafellssýslu (FAS): FAS is an upper-secondary school with about 240 students. The school is located on the south-east coast of Iceland. The school is in the fishing village Höfn in Hornafjörður that has a population close to 1800. Höfn is about 450 km away from the capital, Reykjavík. The village is geographically rather isolated, the next urban area to the east (Djúpivogur) is 100 km away and the closest one to the west (Kirkjubæjarklaustur) is 200 km away. The municipality of Hornafjörður reaches over a long and narrow habitable line between the Atlantic Ocean in the south and [...]
The Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research (CRTR) is based at the foot of the highest mountain in the UK. It is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, which has campuses all over the North of Scotland. We are at the West Highland College campus in Fort William. CRTR is involved in numerous projects working with a full range of topics- including scientific tourism, stories and heritage, tourism crisis recovery, ethical tourism, well-being and slow tourism. These projects have shared goals, of working with local SMEs, communities and other stakeholders to enable them to diversify their business or [...]
Wave of the future – ‘Water Wellness’ in Scotland Scotland could be set to ride the wave of a growing wellness trend, according to VisitScotland. Water Wellness, also known as Blue Mind*, is linked to the positive influence water can have on our physical and mental health; the feeling of calm or peacefulness that is sparked when in or near water. The national tourism organisation believes that due to its many lochs, rivers, canals and coastlines, Scotland is ideally placed to become one of the hottest destinations to embrace this movement. New YouGov** research commissioned by VisitScotland, as part of the [...]
Wellness Tourism Initiative: New Research: What Will the Future of Wellness Tourism Look Like? https://youtube.com/watch?v=14uNk0cuHwU&wmode=transparent&autoplay=0 Katherine Droga, founder Droga & Co, Adam Glickman, principal of Parallax Wellness + Hospitality, and the Wellness Tourism Initiative prepared an hour of insights and inspiration. During this Zoom call the team shared actionable results from their not yet released, global survey, which took the temperature of over 2,000 travelers in May and June. They highlighted learnings on how guest preferences changed post virus, how customers prioritize different wellness experiences and insights into consumer’s willingness to pay for wellness. Together we then explored topics related [...]