Daniele Nubile


Non formal education projects always appeared to me as enclosing the different shades of a lifetime, how could I do something else then?

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Daniele Nubile

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Current occupation

Employed in IBB as project team worker in the context of ewoca3, a German supporting programme addressed to youngsters with disabilities and involving 45 different organisations and institutions from 17 different European counties. We are supporting and counseling the network of organisations in the realisation of tri-lateral youth encounters. We yearly provide to the network a seminar and a training course as supporting measures, beyond financial support, for empowering the personnel of the organisations in realising the projects.

Work experience

Since March 2011, after my EVS experience, I've been employed with a full-time contract in CEMEA del Mezzogiorno onlus, in Rome (www.cemea.eu) until December 2013 as a tutor for EVS short and long term volunteers, Leonardo trainees and Grundtvig Senior volunteers. I've been responsible for at least 20-30 people that CEMEA hosted during those years. At the same time, I've been the responsible person for youth exchanges and training courses (on the hosting and sending side), writing the applications, supervising the projects during their implementation in Rome, preparing and supporting the youth leaders during the preparation and evaluation phases with the participants (chosen mainly from our and our local partners' youth centers). In CEMEA, we had 3 youth exchanges on the hosting side (one per year) and we participated in more that 15 youth exchanges realised in other countries. From June 2013 until December 2013, I've been also collaborating with one of the CEMEA's local partner, WALLS (http://onthewalls.it/), as a project manager and coordinator for a youth exchange on the hosting side, happened in August. From February till December 2014, after I moved to Germany, I started my collaboration with IBB e.V., as external freelance, for the creation of a KA2 project and to support the IBB team in the ewoca project and its events (congress and training course). During the 2014, I've been also completely responsible for a youth exchange with an other German organisation, Heim-statt Tschernobyl e.V., realised in Dortmund during August 2014. Since January 2015, I'm employed by IBB e.V. in the ewoca project, organising the Congress and the Train the Trainer, events supported by the German National Agency. Since 2009, however, I participated in several youth exchanges and training courses all over Europe. In 2013 I also represented CEMEA del Mezzogiorno in the Euromed Youth Awards in Jordan for the youth exchange "Hip Hop for Euromed" (2011, Rome), project that won one of the awards.

Educational pathway

Computer Science Bachelor Degree - The knowledge about IT reveals to be very important in the international fields in which online tools and online communications are developing and becoming more and more important.

EVS - The year I spent in a small village of the Northern Greece, with just 70 inhabitants and other 6 EVS volunteers, gave me the chance to discover myself in a rather different context than Rome, city where I grew up. This experience is one of the turning points of my professional and personal life.

Training on Human Rights and Social Theatre, Poland (2009).
This was my first training I attended to. There I realised the meaning of the word "Empowerment" and that I wanted to have an impact on people.

ToT on Intercultural learning, Belgrad (2012) - I attended to this training course as a participant, it revealed to be very important for many reasons. The topic, first of all, one of my favourite. The training course was also very important for my self-esteem and for clarifying certain personal and professional aims.

Juggling - Juggling is like Zen and Long-life learning, it is about patience and not giving up, it is about enduring, it is about sharing new tricks, getting inputs and new ideas from the others, it is about self-empowerment, but also it is about empower others.

Fields of training expertise

  • (intermediate) Animation
  • (beginner) Bullying & Harassment
  • (intermediate) Campaigning & Awareness Raising
  • (intermediate) Coaching & Mentoring
  • (advanced) Communication Skills
  • (beginner) Conflict Management & Mediation
  • (intermediate) Creativity & Art
  • (beginner) Diversity & Anti-Racism
  • (intermediate) Equal Opportunities
  • (intermediate) Evaluation & Assessment
  • (beginner) Event Management
  • (beginner) Financial Management
  • (intermediate) Gender Awareness & Mainstreaming
  • (intermediate) Group Dynamics & Motivation
  • (intermediate) Human Rights
  • (advanced) Intercultural Learning
  • (advanced) International Youth Work
  • (intermediate) New Information Technologies
  • (advanced) Personal Development & Empowerment
  • (beginner) Project Management
  • (intermediate) Recognition of NFLearning
  • (intermediate) Social Inclusion & Exclusion
  • (beginner) Time Management
  • (beginner) Training of Trainers
  • (intermediate) Volunteer Programmes
  • (advanced) Youth Exchanges
  • (intermediate) Youth Worker Training

Knowledge about institutions and programmes

  • (expert) Erasmus+ (KA1) Youth Exchanges
  • (advanced) Erasmus+ (KA1) Training & Networking
  • (beginner) Erasmus+ (KA2) Strategic Partnerships
  • (intermediate) Erasmus+ (KA3) Youth Policy Meetings
  • (advanced) European Solidarity Corps Volunteering
  • (beginner) Erasmus+ (lifelong learning, non-youth)

Working with specific target groups

  • (beginner) Children
  • (beginner) Families
  • (beginner) Gay, Lesbian, Bi & Transgender work
  • (advanced) Intercultural Teams
  • (intermediate) Marginalized & Excluded Youth
  • (beginner) Men's Issues & Groups
  • (beginner) Minorities
  • (beginner) Religious Youth Groups
  • (beginner) Women's Issues & Groups
  • (intermediate) Young People with a Mental Disability
  • (beginner) Young People with a Physical Disability

Experience with specific geographical regions

  • (beginner) Africa
  • (intermediate) Eastern Europe and Caucasus
  • (beginner) Euro-Mediterranean Co-operation
  • (advanced) European Cooperation

Language Skills

  • (fluent) English
  • (good) German
  • (beginner) Greek
  • (fluent) Italian

Trainer references

This profile was last modified on 2017-11-24

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