The international conference #OpenEducation for #Integration is going to take place on the 18th of February 2020 at the Innovation in Learning Institute (ILI) of the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg. The conference starts at 09:00 and ends at 17:15. An agenda will be published within the next few days. The conference focuses on different models of open and… read more
The Starting Dates for the CaseWORK Training Seminar The CaseWORK-Team is happy to announce the starting dates of our free online training seminar! Please be aware that there are different dates for each country. Just click on the respective country to learn more about the offer. Good to know: There are no preconditions for taking the courses and they are… read more
We need a little more time We want to provide you with the best learning material possible – therefore the CaseWORK-Team has decided to postpone the course start until October/November 2019. We are working on it – and of course we will inform you once we have defined new starting dates here, via Newsletter and on facebook.
Ready for the Final Sprint on the first and second of April, the CaseWORK-Team met for the last proper face-to-face meeting in Ljubljana. The team focused on two main topics: The completion of the content developments The learning environment and additional media elements for providing the best learning experience possible The content developments for the three main modules are almost… read more
Dear friends, the CaseWORK project is moving forward with the development of the online training courses for volunteers working with refugees and asylum seekers, which is based on the findings of the transnational report “Activists for Solidarity”. This interactive training seminar, which will be available not only in English, but also in German, Greek, Slovenian and Italian, contains three modules… read more
The caseWORK project has recently entered in its second and last year of activities and we have some juicy news to tell you. As we care for volunteers working with refugees and asylum seekers, we decided to meet them and their organizations in five European countries to find out what is their situation and what training needs they might have.… read more
Coming together and gaining practical experience in Florence News: General Progress and Content Development The CaseWORK-Team is happy to announce that the first phase of the project, the assessment of specific needs of the target group, is now completed. The results of all partner countries (Italy, Greece, Germany, Slovenia, Austria) have been summarized in the form of a transnational report.… read more
In the first phase of the Project CaseWORK a detailed analysis of the situation of volunteers in the involved countries took place- The Report on the situation and needs of volunteers working with refugees can be downloaded at casework.eu In all participating countries (Austria, Germany, Greece, Italy and Slovenia) volunteers are strongly committed to their support activity. We can call… read more