Social transformation and community development in adult education

Erasmus+ Project nr. 2021-1-IT02-KA122-ADU-000017979 for mobility of leaners and staff in adult education

Tailor-Made Mobility Projects in Florence:

If you're seeking hands-on learning or work experience in a specific field and don't find it in our existing listings, we are committed to collaborating with you to develop a customized program tailored to your requirements.

ParamitaLab's tailor-made programs unfold in the enchanting city of Florence. Beyond the enriching learning experiences, participants also get to immerse themselves in the cultural tapestry of Florence. This is made possible through a range of cultural activities and group excursions, adding an extra layer of exploration to your overall experience.

The project trainings courses

Holistic learning in adult education

Theory and practice-based learning activities designed to build capacity in teaching leadership and emotional intelligence to empower affected communities to develop their own skills and capacity to engage in dynamic and holistic learning.

Leadership and emotional intelligence for educators

Theory and practice-based learning activities designed to build capacity in teaching leadership and emotional intelligence

Sustainable economics in community education

Knowledge and practical skills for ParamitaLab educators to develop educational programmes on sustainable economics around food resilience. 

Diversity and power within learning

Building capacity to create learning environments that promote European values and play a leading role in building trust at the intersection of diversity.

Conflict transformation for trainers

Development of skills in the use of restorative approaches to conflict. This training provides transformative learning to gain theoretical knowledge of Restorative Justice. 

Organisational development for adult education institutions

Respond to increased demand for educational activities by developing a robust organisational strategy.

ITA | Ogni secondo martedì del mese lavoriamo sui progetti che ogni partecipante porta avanti

Impegnarsi in discussioni riflessive con i colleghi è una pratica comune per i professionisti impegnati in un progetto. Questo sforzo collaborativo può assumere due forme diverse: la supervisione e l'intervisione. La supervisione implica tipicamente una collaborazione tra due professionisti, uno dei quali con maggiore esperienza, che riflettono insieme sul lavoro dell'individuo meno esperto. L'intervisione, invece, crea un contesto in cui diversi professionisti, tutti con un livello di preparazione simile, si riuniscono per riflettere sulla propria pratica e migliorare reciprocamente le proprie competenze. Questo approccio collaborativo offre un'opportunità inestimabile di ottenere approfondimenti da individui con esperienze e orientamenti diversi da quelli del presentatore del caso.

ENG | On the second Tuesday of every month, we work on the projects that each of the participants share.

Engaging in reflective discussions with colleagues is a common practice for professionals engaged in a project. This collaborative endeavour can take two different forms: supervision and intervision. Supervision typically involves a partnership between two professionals, one with more experience, who reflect together on the work of the less experienced individual. Conversely, intervision creates a context in which several professionals, all with a similar level of preparation, come together to reflect on their practice and mutually enhance their skills. This collaborative approach provides an invaluable opportunity to gain insights from individuals with different experiences and orientations to the case presenter.

ESP | Cada segundo martes del mes trabajamos en los proyectos que cada participante presenta

Entablar conversaciones reflexivas con colegas es una práctica habitual para los profesionales que participan en un proyecto. Esta colaboración puede adoptar dos formas distintas: la supervisión y la intervisión. La supervisión suele consistir en una colaboración entre dos profesionales, uno con más experiencia, que reflexionan juntos sobre el trabajo de la persona con menos experiencia. Por el contrario, la intervisión crea un contexto en el que varios profesionales, todos ellos con un nivel similar de preparación, se reúnen para reflexionar sobre su práctica y mejorar mutuamente sus competencias. Este enfoque colaborativo ofrece una oportunidad inestimable para obtener puntos de vista de personas con experiencias y orientaciones diferentes a las del presentador del caso.

About ParamitaLab

ParamitaLab a.p.s. is an independent non-profit organisation that organises training and practice processes for transformative education aimed at tangible and intangible human development.  We design and facilitate transformative experiences in groups and teams for conscious evolution in education, organisations, and communities.  The intersection of spiritual inquiry, science, community, and the social arts leads us to deep thinking, shared value and joy to renew inner life, outer life and life together.

What do we mean by this?

In a world of constant change, hyper-connectivity and unprecedented technological development, people, and organisations need places to evolve, adapt and thrive. We believe that as human beings we are united by the need to learn together, to embrace new ways of coping and living well for the benefit of all sentient beings and new generations to come.

The project mission

ParamitaLab expected to achieve the following through this project: 

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to broaden your horizons and develop your skills. Be part of an international exchange of professionals who share a passion for adult learning!

Contact us at for more information on the project

POC: Luna Villalba | Phone/Telegram/Whatsapp +39 334 206 6723 | Erasmus+ OID number: E10267645

This project is funded with the support of the European Commission.

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