The DIVINA Project aims to provide specific skills and tools for adult education trainers and staff in order to manage diversity in adult education institutions. The project involves partners from Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain and will develop during 2 years the following materials.
A report on diversity issues, bullying, and coping strategies in adult education.
Training methodology on diversity management in adult education.
Training modules for trainers and administrative staff.
A training platform to facilitate networking and support of the learners.
About the project
The DIVINA project aims to provide specific skills and tools for adult education trainers and staff in order to manage diversity in adult education institutions. The project pursues the following objectives:
Raise awareness and provide information on diversity issues in adult education. To promote the personal development of adult educators and other stakeholders in adult education, and the creation of a safe and equitable learning environment in adult education that will facilitate individuals to take full advantage of the learning opportunities offered to them. To prevent adult bullying and other forms of discrimination in education, thus promoting equity and social cohesion and to build on accumulated experience and disseminate good practices, in order to further advance diversity management in adult education.