New EU-funded cooperation project launches with Needs Analysis

  • Print

The IMC has recently launched a new Erasmus+ cooperation project called “Music and Resilience Support (MARS)”. MARS will offer specialized training and support for community musicians, music therapists, and health and education workers in psycho-social music theory, techniques and methodology, for use particularly in communities suffering from deprivation and stress.


The following activities are planned:

- the development of an on-line support center for E-learning, reference and research, exchange of best practices, consultancy and supervision;

- the definition of a MARS Specialization Profile for demand-supply matching between potential employers and specialists;

- the formation of an international staff group trained in MARS philosophy, pedagogy and methodology;
- the creation of a pilot frontal training seminar for practical formation;
- the guidance of a student group through the first full training, including a period of fieldwork within the refugee community of Lebanon, with final assessment and certification;
- the dissemination of project results, on-line resources and future training possibilities for continuation after project termination.

The project launched with a Needs Analysis aiming to collect information from individuals with particular expertise, and from organisations already working with marginalized communities. If you wish to participate, please click here.

This website uses Google Analytics. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. Read More