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Associazione Centro Studi Città di Foligno
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Via Oberdan 123, 06034 Foligno (PG), Italy
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The Association Study Center City of Foligno (CSF) is a training agency active since 2000 within the Municipality of Foligno. The Association is a no-profit public organization funded by the Municipality of Foligno, the Province of Perugia, the Umbria Region, the University of Perugia and the local bank Fundation. CSF has worked with and for different target groups, always starting from the assumption that an high-quality education and training are fundamental to the individual’s fulfilment. From our perspective, “Education for all” deals with the realization of training courses and other formative interventions addressed to disadvantaged groups. Unemployment, handicap, gender and racial discrimination, from one side, have been dismantled with adaptability, guidance and social inclusion, from the other side.
CSF’s core business is the research of local, national and community funds, for two main reasons:
1) Answer to needs and problems of people who live in Foligno and in the surrounded areas
2) Connect people with a wider educational and working context, with the aim to favor an intercultural comparison and dialogue for the development of the person and of the society in general We constantly try to deepen a real transnational cooperation in the field of adult education, increase awareness of European cooperation and opportunities and help young adults in finding their role in the everyday life.
Since 2010, CSF has been implementing several Eu funded projects (Programmes LLP, Erasmus+, Cosme, Europe for Citizens) addressed to the following beneficiaries:
VINTAGE (Valorisation of INnovative Technologies for AGin in Europe Project): Eu funded Project aimed at fostering seniors’ digital culture and competencies
CINAGE (Cinema for Active Ageing): Eu funded Project aimed at offering exciting later life learning opportunities, engaging elderly people with critical analysis of European cinema and practical film making experience, and thus promoting Active Ageing.
RefugeesIN is a European project supported by the Erasmus+ Programme and devised by partner organisations from Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Ireland, Greece and coordinated by AidLearn, Portugal. Actions resulting in the RefugeesIN learning Package aims to encourage intercultural dialogue, to combat discrimination against refugees and promote their social inclusion.
WORKING TRI 21: Eu funded Project aimed at promoting social inclusion of Disabled people, with a special focus on Down Syndrome.
BREAKDOWN OR BREAKOUT: Eu funded Project aimed at supporting Building capacity for long-term unemployed 40+ to find a way out.