Expected results


Whilst L-PATHS is an action research project achieved through the sharing and understanding of best practise inclusion work across Europe, we would expect, as a result of our collective

work -


  • to guarantee the essential skills needed to progress to employment or further training

  • to make  adults with a disability or in any situation of exclusion to start to see themselves as members of the community rather than individuals “assisted” by someone

  • to promote more community participation using volunteers

  • to let people with few opportunities experience the European mobility which can contribute to increasing resilience and self-esteem, arise in aspirations and personal goals

  • to validate learning outcomes through the certification of the competences:  European instruments such as Europass CV and Europass Mobility, and other less formal methods such as certificates of achievement created by the organizations themselves

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