(12 September 2017) – On 29 June, AEIDL hosted a conference to celebrate the completion and promote and disseminate the results of the SIRCle project. AEIDL will now be offering two workshops on 19 and 26 September in Brussels.
The Erasmus+ Social Innovation for Resilient Communities (SIRCle) project uses adult education to address one of the most pressing needs of our time, namely how to combine effective grassroots responses to climate and social change with the capacity to make a sustainable living in a challenging economic climate.
The event took stock of the results achieved during this three-year project, which include: creating a learning curriculum (the “Evoneers’ Journey”); training a body of 18 facilitators, coming from Austria, Belgium, Portugal, Romania, Spain and the UK to deliver the SIRCle curriculum in their respective countries; implementing two pilot courses in each country. The eight SIRCle partners are keen to propose the Evoneers’ Journey as a tool for entrepreneurial self-development beyond the project duration. AEIDL will now be offering two workshops on 19 and 26 September at the Fête des Possibles and more activities are being planned.