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PRO4GEO is a network of freelance professionals with a different and complementary background, who work in the field of European projects according to a common vision and shared values.

Social Theatre as an effective tool for the inclusion of disadvantaged learners

The idea of “doing theatre” as a means to support different disadvantaged groups at high risk of social exclusion (e.g. migrants, disabled, prisoners, ethnic minorities, former drug addicts, etc.) is very ancient. Examples of good practices are spread all over Europe, showing the effectiveness of this methodology.

Puppet theatre for social inclusion

The course is aimed to train participants in the creative use of puppetry art for education, therapy and self-development programs. It is a hands-on experience with the special focus on learning how to make and animate simple puppets and how to use them for developing personal stories.

Successful EU project planning and management

The course provides participants with an overview on the main EU funding opportunities, with a focus on the Erasmus+ programme.

Peer coaching as a sustainable source of professional development

Participants will learn basic coaching skills including active listening, rapport, building trust, empathy, summarising, paraphrasing, reflecting and raising awareness. They will practice GROW coaching model and become fluent in asking powerful questions.

Structured study visit to Rome

Our structured study visits combines training and teambuilding activities, networking events and visits to selected schools and institutes.

The project RESTORE has started!

The project RESTORE – REcognition of the Social Theatre Operator as a professional to tackle the Risk of social Exclusion, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programe, has officially started on 1st November 2019. 

The project RESTORE has started!

The project RESTORE has started!

The project RESTORE – REcognition of the Social Theatre Operator as a professional to tackle the Risk of social Exclusion, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programe, has officially started on 1st November 2019.