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Newsletter 4/ 2015 Together Against Poverty

 

The fourth issue of the TAP Project Newsletter has been released in August 2015.

We kindly invite you to read it. 

 TAP Newsletter - August 2015 

Newsletter 5/ 2015 Together Against Poverty

 

The fifth issue of the TAP Project Newsletter has been released in November 2015.

We kindly invite you to read it. 

 TAP Newsletter - November 2015 

 

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Newsletter 2/ 2015 Together Against Poverty

 

The second issue of the TAP Project Newsletter has been released in March 2015.

We kindly invite you to read it. 

 TAP Newsletter - March 2015 

Newsletter 3/ 2015 Together Against Poverty

 

The third issue of the TAP Project Newsletter has been released in May 2015.

We kindly invite you to read it. 

 TAP Newsletter - May 2015 

Guidelines for mentors and mentoring programme coordinators

 

Guidelines for Mentors and Mentoring Programme Coordinators has been developed within the Learning to Be a Good Mentor (LeGMe) project, a 2-year Grundtvig Learning Partnership project (2013-1-RO1-GRU06-29565), implemented with support from the European Commission by eight organizations from Croatia, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland. 

One of the significant outputs of our project is the present guidebook, written for mentors and mentoring programme coordinators. The guidebook is structured around three major chapters, and is conceived as an interactive tool: not something to read cover to cover, but rather something that you get a general sense of and then return to and use as guidance when you decide to create a mentoring programme or a training / coaching programme for (potential) mentors.  We share questions that our partnership has considered carefully while developing the various mentoring programmes, as well as reminders of details and – wherever we can – practices that we have found effective.  
The guidebook is available here.