Revealing European Values In Volunteering in Europe #REVIVE has the objective to gain more visibility for volunteering allowing volunteers’ voices implying the full diversification of genders and other discriminating factors to be understood at the EU level and contributing to the recognition of volunteering.
Aims to support, through lifelong learning, the educational, professional and personal development of people by developing, testing and validating an intergenerational, cross-border mentoring programme occurring between older, experienced people (mentors, 50+) and young mentees (18-30y.o.) at risk of marginalization.
To develop a suitable upscaled methodology for delivering service learning programmes in primary schools; Create and put in place the user-friendly online platform to train the primary school teachers; Train and develop the capacity of primary school teachers to deliver quality service learning in primary schools; [read more]
To foster and enhance the quality of opportunities for youth participation in democratic life and social and civic engagement in communities through the connection of formal and non-formal learning by creating the conditions for the development of service-learning strategy in Central and Eastern European countries (CEE region). [read more]
To contribute to the social inclusion of people with disabilities by training 250 mentors specialised in supporting people with disabilities who are volunteers or wish to be volunteers. The project intends to create a platform that can be used for training and for matching mentors and mentees, with training materials in different languages.[read more]