2021

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ROK 2021
  1. Koncert Trio Andrzeja Jagodzińskiego
    Podczas obchodów Święta Narodowego Konstytucji 3 Maja odbył się koncert ‘’Chopin na jazzowo’’ w interpretacji Trio Andrzeja Jagodzińskiego.

“Utytułowani muzycy  – Andrzej Jagodziński – wspaniały pianista jazzowy, kompozytor i aranżer, uczestnik największych jazzowych festiwali świata, Adam Cegielski – wirtuoz kontrabasu, zarówno w muzyce jazzowej, jak i klasycznej, Czesław “Mały” Bartkowski – legenda polskiej sceny jazzowej, od początku kariery współpracujący z najwybitniejszymi, przedstawiają Państwu swoją, jazzową wersję utworów Fryderyka Chopina.

Pierwsza płyta zespołu Andrzej Jagodziński Trio zatytułowana CHOPIN, nagrana w grudniu 1993 roku od razu stała się wydarzeniem, podbijając publiczność w kraju, ale także we Francjii, Finlandii, Turcji, na Węgrzech, a nawet w dalekim Meksyku.

Wkrótce zebrała wszystkie możliwe polskie nagrody muzyczne (Fryderyk ’94, Jazzowa Płyta Roku ’94, Mateusz ’94 – Nagroda Programu III Polskiego Radia). Przez trzy kolejne lata Trio przedstawiło ją milionom słuchaczy.” (Agencja Blue Note)

Termin realizacji: 31.05.2021
Liczba beneficjentów: 35
Obszar realizacji: Sala Domènech i Montaner, Hospital Sant Pau, Barcelona

Finansowanie projektu ze środków Konsulatu Generalnego RP w Barcelonie.

2. Projekt “City Women, country Women”

Result 2 – Good practice guide for shaping key competences of women

Best Practice Guidelines: City women, country women

Material for educator

The subject of the project “City women country women” includes supporting women in acquiring key competences. The context of the project is the Council Recommendation (22/05/2018) on the key competences of women in lifelong learning. Women’s skills acquisition is considered a key element in tackling poverty and social inclusion. Good Practice Guide – designed to illustrate the good practice of the project. This guide contains good examples of practices related to the woman’s competences women. These examples they just represent an inspiration for educators seeking ways of improvement or illustrations to realize what the women’s competence.

Overview

Adult education is an increasingly important topic in our society. The participation of women in education also brings other benefits, both at the level of personal fulfilment and for the society as a whole, by fostering social inclusion and active citizenship. The purpose of the “City women, country women” project was to present the diverse range of existing activities in developing women’s basic skills and key competences, as well as to, highlight achievements and define opportunities and challenges. In this way, partner organisations were able to identify examples of good practice, disseminate information on opportunities at the local and national level. This innovative approach has resulted in positive outcomes for women, partner organisations and educators.

The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus throughout Europe had a significant impact on the project. However, despite various obstacles and hurdles, partner organisations are using this as an opportunity to come together in solidarity in project work.  Organisation from Poland prepared information about the principles of presenting examples of good practice. Organisation from Italy prepered the subject about overcoming educational passivity in low-skilled women. Partner from Spain prepered a topic about social effects of educational passivity. Organisation from Jordan prepared matter about the learning potential of women, supporting women through training in life skills. Partner from Turkey prepared a topic about learning habits, building daily learning habits one, og the ways to grow professionally and personally.

Particular activities, venues, programmes were tailor-made to the challenges and characteristics of each partner organisation. Special attention was paid to attracting the low-skilled/educated women with innovative outreach approaches.

Reasons for success

The project was successful in supporting educators to consider and improve their practical support for city women country women. Project has become subject to continuous implementation and improvement. Good practice have encouraged educators to use these models in different geographical areas: Central and Western Europe, Iberian Peninsula, Asia Minor, Middle East. The project gave an impulse for further events: new educational initiatives

Impact of the activity

1). The presence of all partner organisations as well as the number of people attending the project in five country: Poland, Italy, Spain, Jordan, Turkey.

2). The increased consciousness and use of the concept of Life long Learning among the different participants.

3). Performance indicators include the following: a) total number of project participants, b) women developing key competencies through project activities.

The Good practice guide will consist:

INDEX

  1. Sharing good practices examples                         
  2. Introduction
  3. Description of the Przewodnik dobrych praktyk in Polish

“Kobiety z miast, kobiety ze wsi”

  • Description of the Guida alle buone pratiche in Italy

“Donne di città, donne di campagna”

  • Description of the Guía de buenas prácticas in Spanish

” Mujeres de ciudad, mujeres del campo”

  • Description of the Good practice guide in Jordan

” نساء المدينة ، نساء الريف “

  • Description of the İyi uygulama kılavuzu in Turkish

“ Şehir kadınları, taşra kadınları”

The material content

A. Examples of good practice, placing innovations and good practices in the area of ​​acquiring and developing women’s key competences – Foundation Family Center – Poland.                         

B. Overcoming educational passivity in low-skilled women Foundation Don Orione – Italy.

C. Social effects of educational passivity Associacion Cultural Catalanopolonesa – Spain.

D. The learning potential of women (Jordan)

E. Learning habits (Turkey)

http://www.familycenter.edu.pl/data/files/ffc-result-2.pdf