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Newsletter March 2016

Dear Nightingale friends,

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Hope you all celebrated the Nightingale Day the 24th of February!
Thank you Inma ( Spain) who made a hashtag for us, on our Nightingale International Day.
Let’s sing together! #NightingaleDay

For those who understand catalan, this is how our catalan partners spread the news about the Nightingale Day: “24 de febrer, Dia Internacional del projecte Rossinyol”
Click on this link.

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Oscar and Jordi, Girona, Spain have also published an english text here.

 

 Malmö Nightingale (Näktergalen)

Celebrated it by letting children and mentors make cakes se on the top) and the made nice new Nightingale logos together.

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Please let us know how you celebrated the day. Send us photos, please.

 

The Nightingale 6th Annual Conference in Reykjavik – “Opportunities and Participation” the 15th of April 2016

We are very much looking forward to this Conference and to meeting all the partners.
You can see the program and read more on the the blog: about the the key note speakers and the two seminars which will be held by the Girona partners and the Uganda partners here.

Hope you all have registered! If not please do it now!

The network meeting will be on the 14th of April at 3 o´clock and take place at the same place as the conference.

If you have any ideas or suggestion of a program this afternoon do not hesitate to let us know. We want to try to make the day as good as possible and worth attending for all of you.

After the network meeting we will have a guided tour and then dinner together (this will not be included in the conference fee, everyone has to cover the cost of their own meal).

Network fees from 1st of April 2016 to 30th of March 2017
We will soon send you the invoice for a new membership in the Nightingale.  

 

News from partners

Nightingale Halmstad, Sweden

We would like to inform you that our third group has started and we are so happy!
12 students from different programs at the Halmstad University(teacher students, sports psychology students, language program students, social change & social sustainability program students, work science and Information technology students) now meet 12 refugees from Afghanistan, Eritrea, Somalia, Syrien, Morocco och Palestine.
The first meeting/Kick-Off Day takes place on the 15th of February and will continue until December 2016.

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Nightingale Barcelona, Spain

Sessions of exchange between mentors in Nightingale Barcelona.
Two exchange sessions between participant mentors in Nightingale Barcelona took place last 4th and 5th February.

The sessions were boosted by two students from the Faculty of Education of University of Barcelona. The first part of the sessions consisted in discussing common topics in the mentoring relationship as the involvement of the mentee, the relationship with peers and the family involvement.

Secondly, mentors were asked to identify emotions with situations that occurred to them in the project. Guess which one was the most named, in both groups? SATISFACTION!!!

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Nattergalen
Østfold, Norway

Hege Simensen and Nita Ørmen took part in the UCC ( University Collage) International week in Hillerød, North of Copenhagen, and in a workshop for Young Mentors, Norwegian experience they talked about their Nightingale program.

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Iceland

Here is an article from teacher student at University of Art in Iceland.

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Holland Summit conference

A mentoring program in Holland will have a European Mentoring Summit in Leeuwarden, Holland on the 17th and 18th of April. Carina has been invited, but partners from Spain will also participate. One of the keynote speakers will be prof. Dr. Jean Rhodes from University of Massachusetts, director of Mentor Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring.
Please read more about it here.
If you have anything you would like to share with partners in the Nightingale network, please let us know.

Looking forward to seeing you soon in Iceland!

 

 

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