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GOALS

Our main goal is to promote service-learning in Central and Eastern European educational institutions and NGOs in order to help innovate in education and improve education in the region by building local capacity and develop a critical mass interested in the subject.

BENEFICIARIES

Teachers, and students from educational institutions of all levels, NGO leaders, public officers involved or interested in service-learning projects in Central and Eastern Europe.

NETWORKS

One of CLAYSS main objectives in working in the region is not only establishing an exchange and horizontal cooperation between Central and Eastern Europe and CLAYSS in Latin-America but also to consolidate a regional service-learning network involving civil society.

DURATION

The Support Programme has been running for three years, from december 2015and it continues..

About us

Under the motto: "Learning serves, Serving teaches", CLAYSS was born to accompany and serve students, educators, and community organizations that develop or want to implement community educational projects or service-learning.

 

CONTACT
Assistant to CEE Program Candelaria Ferrara
internacionales@clayss.org.ar

 

 


2018 HIGHLIGHTS

  • 16-17NOV
    Latest CLAYSS participations in congresses in the region
    NOV 16-17.11.18
    The Conference Architects of Education took place in which CLAYSS participated with a lecture and the Mini-Symposium "Service-Learning in Higher Education Institutions" was held at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the Babes Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. link a learn more>>
  • 19APR
    The Slovak Ministry of Education this year included service-learning in its strategy
    APR 19.04.18
    The Slovak Ministry of Education this year included service-learning in its strategy of educating children and young people for volunteering. The official document quotes the Handbook developed by CLAYSS together with our allies from the Central and Eastern European Service-Learning Network in 2017. The new educational policy was approved by the Minister of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic, Martina Lubyová, on 19 April 2018.