How to foster fair participation in social, cultural and political life of vulnerable families? Increasing the skills of the social workers who support families at-risk such as single-parent families or families from disadvantaged areas with the FATI – Family Trainer International – network to empower families at risk and single parents project.
Project partners met from May 27 to June 3, 2017 in Mezőberény, Hungary, for the last mobility of the project which involved families from partner countries. For five days, the FATI operators organised recreational activities to support the families and many children who participated.
The mobility in Hungary was also an opportunity to discuss the next stages of the project. The partners will meet again in early October 2017 in Italy to disseminate the methodologies developed during the various mobilities and to meet the policy makers of the countries involved in the project.
The project lasts three years and it is funded by the Erasmus + programme, Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnership in the field of adult education.
The FATI project will last three years and it is funded by the Erasmus + programme, Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnership in the field of adult education.
The project brings together 6 partners from 6 European countries:
- Naturfreunde Thüringen (Germany, coordinator),
- Point Europa (UK),
- STRIM (Poland),
- Mihai Eminescu National College (Romania),
- Magisztrátus Alapítvány (Hungary),
- Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo “Danilo Dolci” (Italy).
For information about the project, please contact Dario Ferrante: email@example.com.