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The Wici Association carries out projects under the Erasmus+ program in the areas of youth and adult education as well as vocational and continuing education and training. We have experience as an Erasmus plus partner in strategic partnerships (Action 2) as well as an organizer of youth workers mobility (Action 1). Our diverse staff includes psychologists and trainers, artists, researchers, educators, and film and photography specialists. We value good communication, partnership and strive for best quality cooperation and outcomes.
Preferred topics: cultural heritage, arts and crafts, design, ecology, “slow life”, creative and crafts sector, micro-entrepreneurship, sustainable development, informal education, sensory education, intercultural communication, non-violent communication (NVC), empathetic communication, civil society, cross-sectoral activities (business-ngo-public sector), regional tourism, branding, community work, youth work, the Baltic Sea region and Scandinavia.
Key competences of our staff: training in non-violent communication, planning and making educational films, social photography (photovoice / videovoice), publications, social research (qualitative and quantitative methods, data analysis and interpretation, reporting, communication of results), popularization of science and cultural heritage with new media, digital heritage, sensory education of children and adults, crafts and handicraft workshops, organization of events, project evaluation.
Contact: Anna Kępa, Erasmus+ project coordinator, email@example.com
KA2 Startegic partnerships
STARTCRAFT (2020-2022), strategic partnership for strengthening entrepreneurship and managerial competences amongst small businesses and solo entrepreneurs in the crafts sector.
KA1 Youth workers mobility
RECONNECTING TO THE BASICS (2021, Poland) – training for youth workers centered around Empathic Communication as a coping tool during and after a crisis like the covid-19 pandemics. The project is a follow-up to “Theater by Nature” (Tenerife, 2020) which focused on non-violent communication, anthroposophy, and applied drama.