Author: Giorgio Tessadri

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The triathlon team “Lauchsalat” and our Regional Coordinator Judith started for the project Coloured Glasses at the “Laufen hilft” Run at Vienna on the 4th of March. The triathlon team “Lauchsalat” had an ideal start into their new competition season. With “Laufen hilft” they found the perfect mix of relaxed atmosphere,...

On January 31st, I was invited to a radio broadcast in order to introduce YFU France and the Coloured Glasses project. It was in a local radio station, in Tours, France. Around 350 to 400 people were following the show live. It lasted one hour and a half, during which...

The CGrow team has already started the preparations for the Meeting of regional coordinators and school ambassadors and for the European Conference. These will be the two main events of the second year of the project. The meeting of regional coordinators and school ambassadors will take place in Brussels from 27...

We were invited by two different teachers to hold workshops for their students at the “Bildungsanstalt für Elementarpädagogik 8” in Vienna, Austria. The initial workshop had approximately 17 students and focused on the topic of human rights. For the second workshop, we had 26 students for which we had to...

On the 23rd of January, two CGrow facilitators run a workshop in Chambray les Tours, France with 22 participants. The group was composed by students aged between 18 and 22 years old, studying International Business. Their teacher wanted them to face and discuss about what they could feel with a...

I guess you are wondering what this is all about. Well first of all, let me explain the meaning of the abbreviation PAT – it means Pedagogical Adaptation Team. Now most of you know what Coloured Glasses Workshops are. But, as a part of CGrow project, YFU has got funds to...

At the end of the first year of the project CGrow, a survey was sent out to all active volunteers, to receive their feedback and hear about their engagement in Coloured Glasses. Volunteers at the core of this project The CGrow project aims to build and strengthen networks of volunteers in...

December marked the end of the first year of our project CGrow. The mid-term report was a great opportunity to take stock of progresses and achievements and to look at the next steps. What activities? And for whom? During the first year of CGrow, the following activities have been carried out: a...