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From 8-10 August “Inclusive First Aid” (INFA) met in Copenhagen. INFA is an Erasmus+ co-financed project that revisits practices of the Samaritan organisations in offering first aid education to persons with disabilities.
Last weekend, from 12-14 May, the project group of the DIGIFIRSTAID project met in Bolzano, Italy. White Cross presented their current practices in using digital teaching elements in first aid education.
From 5-7 May, the project “Inclusive First Aid” met in Florence, Italy. The project revisits practices of the Samaritan organisations in providing first aid training to persons with disabilities to improve this educational offer.
I_TEM conducted a second pilot training from 19-23 April 2023. Learning from the previous training, a shift in balance of e-learning and in-presence training was implemented.
SAM.I. president Knut Fleckenstein met with Olivér Várhelyi, Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement to discuss the social dimension of the EU accession process and more specifically the Social Dimension Initiative (SDI)
From 17-19 March, the project group of DIGIFIRSTAID, an Erasmus+ partnership, met in Modena, Italy, on the premises of the local ANPAS association.
Samaritan organisations from across Europe have mobilised aid and have been working together many months now to address the crisis caused by the war in Ukraine.
The project group of the I_TEM project met from 2-4 December. On the agenda was a review of what had been learned from the previous pilot training in Rome as well as the drafting of a curriculum for the second training of the project.
I am very happy to have joined the SAM.I. secretariat in Brussels on 1 December and I am hoping to meet many of you in person soon to introduce myself personally and get to know you. My name is Anne Stuhlmann, I am originally from Hamburg but have been living and working in Brussels for the last 10 years.
The Erasmus+ project Digital First Aid Education (DIGIFIRSTAID) held its first in-person meeting in Riga from 30 September to 2 October 2022.