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Open Educational Resource on Art Therapy

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The Open Educational Resource contains several non-formal educational activities on art therapy such as: drawing, painting, dancing, drumming etc.

Aims of the tool

To support social inclusion of disadvantaged people through educational tools for youth workers

Description of the tool

The Open Educational Resource on Art Therapy was realised as a result of the journey and the experience collected throughout ARTCOM project (Erasmus +, KA2 - Capacity Building in the field of youth) which involved six countries from Africa and Europe (i.e., Italy, France, Greece, Kenya, Malawi and Zambia) to create innovative tools for youth workers, in order to support the social inclusion of marginalized young people in the two continents. It contains learning experience from the project activities and several non-formal educational activities, each one focused in a type of art therapy such as: drawing, painting, dancing, drumming etc.
The OER is available in four languages: English, French, Italian, Greek. It is possible to read and download here:

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Tool overview

Open Educational Resource on Art Therapy

This tool addresses

Social Inclusion

It is recommended for use in:

Capacity Building

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

GIUSEPPE LA FARINA (on 14 July 2020)

and last modified

6 April 2020

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