ALCE (Appetite for Learning Comes with Eating) is a two-year multilateral project launched during the European Year 2012 which aims to facilitate non formal learning through food to help break down social isolation by encouraging intercultural and intergenerational dialogue within a European community of women.
The target group of the initiative are women over 60 years and young migrant women between 18 and 40 years old from Austria, Italy, Lithuania, France and UK.
The project will allow participants to explore and exchange traditional recipes and natural curative remedies from different cultures. There'll also be opportunities for the women to lead local cultural events and share learning with women from the other partner countries during European events. A book showcasing recipes and remedies from each country will be produced in celebration of the project and a training manual on innovative approaches to stimulate inter-generational and intercultural learning will also be developed.
ALCE aims to:
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CESIE, the European Centre of Studies and Initiatives, is an Italian NGO inspired by the work of Danilo Dolci (1924-97). CESIE links local, national and international contexts and is committed to stimulating development and change in cultural, educational and economic spheres through the creation and use of innovative tools and methods.
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