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Why are we doing this project?

• High rate of school failure and school dropout in the organizations' districts.
• Lack of digital competence between migrant parents and young people attending CEPA.
• Long experience in networking and synergy created with some Primary schools.
• Intercultural and very densely populated neighborhoods.
• Problems of coexistence.
• Very extensive synergy in our neighbourhoods.
• Part of the migrant population is far from our organizations.
• As a result of the latest projects we are starting to have a lot of people interested in the courses.
•   Experience in working with migrants . We want to avoid working with a single beneficiary group. We want to create more heterogeneous groups.

• Prevention from working with ghetto groups.

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What are the strengths of this project?

• Communiy effort

• A Very strong synergy of associates.

• Collaboration of a lot of NGO.   



Who are the beneficiaries?

• Vulnerable population in general

• Migrant parents

• Unemployed young adults

• Adults with disabilities


Which are the aims?

• Develop a comprehensive training program under the umbrella of active citizenship adapted to the needs of two vulnerable population groups: migrants and young adults who are unemployed.
• Develop skills for life, employment and active citizenship.
• Design and implement a digital and innovative program because it has a focus
intergenerational, trainers (active aging) and the degree of adaptation of the material and the methodological approach.
• Create spaces that promote intercultural coexistence through real interactions and positive among students of different backgrounds and generations.
• Work on critical thinking and the sense of social justice (global citizenship).
• Combat the social, cultural and generational gap in our institutions.



Intergenerational and holistic program

Three different generations  are involved in this program:


• Young adults (at risk ofsocial exclusion).

 • Immigrants.

 • Senior volunteering (international and local). They are the trainers.

Why now

challenges and strengths

• Active ageing (involution). This sector has been particularly affected by the
• Lack of interest in training in general when finding an unskilled job
• It is a way to combat growing absenteeism in post-epidemic era

when there is plenty of work.



What do we offer?

• Digital Competence through the course: Digitally Competent Citizens

(designed by IBsteam). 

• Critical thinking (environmental education, education for citizenship and democracy) through the reading clubs organized at CEPA

by Palma City Council, Citizenship course, discussion club etc.


Who are the trainers?

• Staff of the school and  l’IBsteam (as coordinators). 

• Senior volunteer  (Caixabank Foundation and Germandat de Mestres Jubilats).

• European volunteering.  



•  Moodle / classroom platform with specific terms of education. Classroom platform created for the digital competent course.

• Space for parents: a reading club, a library, an organic orchard, an e-handbook with all the results.


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