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La mobilité des étudiants au sein des activités non formelles : le cas des ONG

Abstract : The Erasmus program seems to be prominent for the European construction. One of the priorities is student mobility, a mobility which is seen as both an educational mechanism and as a tool for promoting active citizenship. With the integration of youth programs in the newly established Erasmus+, something new is emerging since formal and non-formal educational activities can coexist. Our interest lies on the cooperation of educational institutions (such as universities) with the external world and more specifically with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs). Having carried out such a cooperation, we will reflect on its prospects in establishing more structured links between non-formal educational activities and formal curriculum in order to ensure institutional validation.
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Christiana Charalampopoulou, Georgios Stamelos. La mobilité des étudiants au sein des activités non formelles : le cas des ONG. 10e Biennale internationale de l'Éducation, de la Formation et des Pratiques professionnelles / Edition 2015 : Coopérer ?, CNAM; Association Biennale, Jun 2015, Paris, France. [14 p.]. ⟨hal-01830559⟩



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