CCIS is part of the project “PREVENTION OF SOCIAL DISINTEGRATION THROUGH ART AND CRAFTS” supported by #EUErasmus+ Program, Key Activity 2 “Strategic Partnerships for adult education”, leaded by #Bulgarskagordost Foundation, Bulgaria

#LigueMarocainepourlaprotectiondelenfance, Morocco;

#JaninaStopperkaZang, Netherlands;

#Zdrujeniezaunapredovanienacivilnotoopshtestvo AEKVITAS Kratovo, Macedonia


The various arts and crafts are powerful tools for non-formal learning, social engagement, activation and inclusion and a possible source for related employment opportunities. The project partners have developed their own approaches and good practices in working with their target groups (refugees, immigrants, disabled people, orphans, roma and other minorities, children, students, young people and adults in urban and rural areas, etc.) based on the art forms and methods they want to exchange with each other for the benefit of their organizations, major and vulnerable minority groups, and the societies of which they are a part.


A selected group of women artisans from Albania, part of women entrepreneur group supported during many years from #CCIS and #SHPGAZ, participated in the short-term training on methods and techniques of art and crafts, suitable for non-formal learning, social activation and social inclusion.


The training was organized from August 4-9, 2021 in Stara Zagora.


The project promotes best practices in the field of engaging, connecting and empowering people through the various arts. It is also associated with social activation and inclusion of disadvantaged / disadvantaged groups, whose representatives will be promoted and use art as a tool to promote their causes and specific interests to the general public and public opinion, thus making members they are more visible to them and show them in a positive light in society.

Agenda of the seminar


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