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Second week of formation for European leaders

07/11/2019: Spain


18 participants of the 3rd edition of Marist Leaders Formation have completed their second training week in October. From October 6 to 26, the participants themselves chose a week to visit and work in  one of 10 Marist social projects in Europe. In Spain: Torrente (Casa Hogar Champagnat), Madrid (Spiral), Ponferrada, Barcelona (Gabella); in Italy: Syracuse (CIAO); in Hungary (Karcag and Estergom); in Holland (Moria-Westerhelling), in Romania and Portugal.

During their one week stay in Marist social projects, the future leaders lived in the communities and offered their services to the children and young people in vulnerable situations.

The participants had previously completed their first week at Notre-Dame de L'Hermitage, a time of orientation and personal sharing.

The Formation of Marist Leaders lasts five weeks and has scheduled the third week of training in January 2020. Topics such as leadership, human resources, communication and innovation will be presented by experts from the province of Iberia.

The Formation of Marist Leaders is addressed to Marist Brothers and Lay people who assume or will assume roles of animation, management and decision making in areas of mission within the Provinces of Europe. This program, conceived in the European context of our provinces, fosters the enhancement of internationality and awareness of the different realities present in the provinces. It also offers a broader formation in Marist leadership.

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