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Projects

Project DESC

KA220-ADU

 

ADULT EDUCATION COOPERATION ASSOCIATION

DESC is an Erasmus project that aims to promote the right of adults to access services necessary to avoid social exclusion. The project will focus on the learning needs of adults in order to accumulate useful experience, with the help of education experts who will guide them towards the use of digital learning tools.

Furthermore, it is intertwined with the “UN 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development” project, which is a priority in the European Union’s strategic agenda 2019-2024, to create a green, environmentally friendly and socially just Europe.

All this will serve to connect with Europe’s cultural heritage, climate change and its impact on the economy.

The specific objectives of the DESC project are:

-To ensure access to quality opportunities through the use of learning-friendly tools and materials in learning-friendly environments.

-To give access to tools that enable sustainable living, approach to cultural heritage and economy.

Empowering adults to develop sustainable communities that possess the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes necessary to live, develop and assist in the development of a sustainable and resource-efficient society.

The project’s international partnership is composed of: Italy, Spain, Ireland, Greece and Turkey.

Acronym: DESC

Start day: 01.11.2021

End day: 01.11.2023

 

 

 

Diseño sin título(3)
Projects Sin categoría

Project NAVI-MIGs

KA220-ADU

SUPPORT FOR MIGRANTS IN USING ESSENTIAL SOCIAL SERVICES AND THEIR INTEGRATION INTO THE LABOUR MARKET

NAVI-MIG is born as a programme for the integration of recently arrived immigrants, a successful integration is essential for our common good, our society and our economy. Immigrants can serve as a reactivation for the rural sector or to face the current demographic challenge. They are at high risk of social exclusion, especially in terms of social services, education, access to health care or access to decent housing or employment. Once integrated, they can help improve the functioning of the labour market as well as fiscal stability.

Successful inclusion begins with enabling newly arrived migrants to access essential services and helping them to settle and orient themselves. To do this they need access to the necessary information, which must be inclusive and as accessible as possible, so accessible that they can access it on their mobile phones.

The specific objectives of the NAVI-MIGs project are:

Ensuring movement within the new country autonomously through the application of NAVI-MIGs.

Providing maps to people who have recently arrived (2-3 years) in order to be able to orientate themselves and move around easily through the application of NAVI-MIGs.

Ensure access to basic public services such as integration programmes, language learning, educational programmes, etc.

Reducing existing barriers through the services provided by the NAVI-MIGs application.

Support and facilitate access to programmes at both local and European level through the implementation of NAVI-MIGs.

The international partnership of the project is composed of: Spain, Austria, Finland, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Estonia, Belgium.

Acronym: NAVI-MIGs

Start date: 01.11.2021
End date: 01.05.2024

 

Diseño sin título (5)
Projects

Project GREAT

KA220-ADU

EMPOWERED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: ECOLOGICAL LIVING, CULTURAL HERITAGE AND ECONOMY

GREAT is a European project based on the family relationship with grandparents. Grandparents play a fundamental role in family relationships, they are often the ones in charge of looking after their grandchildren when parents cannot take care of them, this is a beneficial relationship for both parties, as grandparents enjoy company, which helps to avoid loneliness, lack of attention or affection.

The pandemic has caused a social distancing that has led to the break-up of this type of relationship. To avoid this, the use of technology has been used, which has made it possible to avoid this distancing.

This project seeks to facilitate the process of ageing in adulthood and help in the development of educational skills in adults as well as encouraging them to develop ways to stimulate their creativity, their lateral thinking and support them in their relationship with their grandchildren. The ultimate goal is to maintain creativity even in times of social distancing or health crisis.

Activities such as reading, writing, painting, watching films among other things can be used to support relationships even remotely, all with the aim of supporting their relationship even remotely, ensuring that they participate in their grandchildren’s education and maintain active ageing

The specific objectives of the GREAT project are:

Educate grandparents to be able to take an active part in their education.

To be able to be part of the family role in small communities, even if there is no family relationship.

To certify the capacity of grandparents to support single parents, families with low economic resources…

Strengthen the educational skills of adults over 65 or grandparents of any age.

Stimulate adult-child relationships.

Promote active ageing.

The international partnership of the project is composed of: Italy, Spain, Greece, Romania.

Acronym: GREAT

Start date: 01.11.2021
End date: 01.12.2023

 

SMART+CULTURE
Projects

SMART+CULTURE Project

KA210-YOU

PROMOTING SMART AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE

SMART+CULTURE is an Erasmus project aiming at the development of entrepreneurial skills in young people (aged 18-30) and the improvement of their knowledge about business opportunities in the agricultural sector. As set out by the Sustainable Development Objectives of 2030 EU Agenda, promoting a more sustainable agriculture is a crucial element to foster sustainable food production systems and implement resilient agricultural practices that increase productivity and output, help protect ecosystems, enhance adaptive capacity to climate change.
This means also the increase of investment, including through improved international cooperation, in rural infrastructure, agricultural research and training, technological development. In this context, the role of the new generations is fundamental, as in the coming years they will be responsible for governing development processes and making more conscious choices.

The specific objectives of the SMART+CULTURE project are:
1. Promote agriculture and innovative solutions and opportunities which are strategic for the sustainable growth of our planet, with special attention to rural development and sustainable agriculture;
2. Foster young people’s sense of initiative and youth entrepreneurship by making the agricultural sector a real and attractive job opportunity, promoting the acquisition of relevant entrepreneurial skills and competences;
3. Promote better knowledge about the situation of young people and youth policies and fundings in Europe to start new businesses, with a focus on CAP(Common Agricultural Policy) Fundings.
4. Search for information and data about the current status of young people employment with a focus on the agricultural sector in Europe, and how climate change has affected this industry,
5. Elaboration of the data collected in order to give best practise examples to encourage entrepreneurial initiatives, especially for the ones who aspire to start new and innovative agricultural business in the rural areas ;
6. Equip young Europeans with knowledge about smart agriculture and fundings opportunity in order to
establish and reinforce cooperation between young people and organisation at local and European level.

The international partnership of the project is composed of: Spain, Romania and Cyprus.

Acronym: SMART+CULTURE

Start Date: 01.03.2022
End Date: 01.03.2023

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Projects

CREDI Project

KA220-ADU

IMPROVING CREATIVE AND DIGITAL SKILLS OF ADULTS

CREDI is an Erasmus project aiming at the development of creative digital skills of adults with lower practical knowledge regarding innovative approaches. The unemployed/employed adults will have chance to identify several «createch» skills determined using this methodology include image editing, graphic design, typesetting, animation, website design, art direction, photography, gamification and video production. Createch has great potential to contribute to economic growth and job creation,based on the underlying technology and the expected wide applicability of Createch innovations to different sectors and contexts.

The specific objectives of the CREDI project are:

  1. to identify what the createch skills are, which roles require them, and their importance to the future jobs market;
  2. to provide learning opportunities for adults in lifelong learning; also to provide incentivise and enable greater employer engagement in training; and cement the value of creative education;
  3. give adults the opportunity to acquire and develop skills and abilities that contribute to their full participation in the information society;
  4. develop an Online Training programme which includes modular training courses;
  5. develop an Online self assesment tool which allows adults identify gaps and shortages in digital skills;
  6. deliver training courses to at least 60 digitally low skilled adults to increase their createch skills and competences;
  7. support at least 12 trainers.

The international partnership of the project is composed of: Germany, Turkey, France, Spain, Greece and Italy.

Acronym:CREDI

Start Date: 01.12.2021
End Date: 01.12.2023

 

 

 

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Colaborate Projects

DEMO-EC Project

DEMO-EC: Development of sustainable Mobility management in European Cities

GEINNOVA is a collaborator in the DEMO-EC project, which aims to promote the use of low-carbon transport in cities of different countries within the European Union. The objective is to promote behavioural change by reducing the number of cars and promoting the use of public transport, bicycles, or walking.

In order to promote the use of environmentally friendly means of transport and thus reduce CO2 consumption, DEMO-EC seeks to encourage the combination of different environmentally friendly modes of transport such as public transport, cycling but also new mobility solutions. One of the ways to combine these modes is a mobility management approach. The challenge in this respect is that municipal administrations lack instruments and responsibilities are not clear.

Therefore, the main objective of the DEMO-EC project is to integrate mobility management into the development plans of several cities. The project also aims to positively influence policies in the field of low-carbon transport. The aim is to push cities to consider low-carbon alternatives for their mobility but also to promote alternative mobility behaviour.

To achieve these goals, DEMO-EC partners consisting of cities and regional development agencies in Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland, and Slovenia are developing 7 different regional action plans. These plans are resulting from the collection and exchange of best practices at local, regional, national, and European level in the fields of behaviour change, governance/participation, car reduction (walking, cycling) and public transport.

 

Acronym: DEMO-EC

Start date: 01-01-2017

End date: 31-12-2021

LINKS erasmus
Projects

LINKS Project

KA220-YOU

LINKS: Development of the Digital Sovereignty Competences of Youth Workers

LINKS is a project that focuses on digital sovereignty for youth workers. Digital sovereignty is a concept that seeks to provide individuals with the ability to own their personal data and control its use. The aim of the project is to enable organisations working with young people and managing personal or sensitive data to:

  1. Improve and strengthen their knowledge of data protection and help them to monitor and evaluate the use of the data they manage.
  2. Support the goal of digital sovereignty in the EU and to offer NGOs and other groups managing personal/sensitive data a way to limit the risks of abuse or cyber-attacks by protecting their data.

The birth of this project stems from several major concerns:

• The majority of data managed by youth workers is of a personal and/or sensitive nature, as they often work with sensitive groups such as migrants, people with disabilities, minors etc. and thus possess personal and sensitive data (e.g. medical data).

• There is a risk of discrimination due to the processing of such data, which can lead to the undermining of the foundations of democracy (Advisory Group on Ethics, 2018).

• The increase of cyber threats is a major concern for institutions, organisations, NGOs etc. that manage sensitive data.

Based on these observations, it follows that it is essential to protect organisations that have to store and manage personal and/or sensitive data. Furthermore, although the EU GDPR has been implemented in the majority of organisations, it appears that many organisations are still having difficulties to protect their data and are not well aware about digital data protection.

Therefore, the LINKS project will directly and actively support youth workers in developing and improving their digital safety skills and competences through the following actions

  1. The development of an online platform that will include innovative training on digital sovereignty and data protection. The aim is also to increase awareness about the importance of data protection.
  2. The development of a digital game that will enable youth workers (and other organisations) to learn how to protect their own (workers’) data and that of the young people they work with.

Acronym: LINKS

Start date: 01-03-2022

End date: 01-03-2024

e portfolio migrants
Projects

ePortfolio Migrants Project

KA220-ADU

ePortfolio Migrants: Supporting migrants in acquiring soft skills to develop employability and entrepreneurship

The ePortfolio Migrants learning tool is an online platform that aims to enhance the social inclusion of newly arrived and long-term resident migrants by supporting them in the development of new soft skills. The overall aim of this project is to foster their social inclusion and to enable them to become more integrated in the labour market.

These objectives have been identified as necessary since observations at the European Union level shows that:

• More than 40% of migrants have jobs that are below their qualification level.

• Migrants have a lower employment rate than nationals

• Migrants have less access to adult education.

That is why, ePortfolio Migrants aims to create a comprehensive application that provides an interactive and flexible soft skills programme for migrants, as well as self-assessment tools to identify areas for improvement and monitor progress. They will have access to a set of interactive and adaptable training modules on soft skills and will be able to define a curriculum depending on the profession and soft skills they wish to target. In particular, the platform will allow them to better understand what soft skills are, but also how their knowledge and experience are linked to soft skills and how they can be enhanced and used in a professional environment (job interviews, setting up and running their own business, developing business networks, etc.).

Thus, this project has several specific objectives (non-exhaustive list):

  1. To provide adult learning opportunities for migrants.
  2. To increase the soft skills of migrants and thus contribute to labour market integration and entrepreneurship development.
  3. Increase the autonomy and self-sufficiency of migrants to navigate life in the labour market environment.
  4. Enhance social, economic, and cultural inclusion.
  5. Support local authorities, NGOs, job centres and employment agencies in developing and assessing immigrants’ soft skills: support local authorities, NGOs, job centres and employment agencies in matching labour demand and supply.
  6. Provide trainers and mentors with the opportunity to transfer and adapt the skills and teaching techniques learned to other contexts and other vulnerable citizens, thus further increasing the opportunities and quality of adult learning in the community.

 

The partnership of this project is composed of: the EUROPEAN PROFESSIONALS NETWORK (Belgium), The Square Dot team (Belgium), STIMMULI FOR SOCIAL CHANGE (Greece), GIP FORMATION ET INSERTION PROFESSIONNELLE DE L’ ACADEMIE DE NICE (France), Gestión Estratégica e Innovación SL (Spain), Learning for Integration ry (Finland), Einurð (Iceland), Exeo Lab Srl (Italy).

Acronym: ePortfolio Migrants

Start date: 01-11-2021

End date: 01-05-2024 

Progetto senza titolo
Projects

IntegPri Project

KA210-ADU

INTEGRATION THROUGH PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

Recognition of prior knowledge (RPL) is a process used to identify, assess and certify a person’s knowledge, skills and competencies – regardless of how, when or where the learning occurred – against prescribed standards for a part (modular) or full qualification (NSW DET, 2009; MQA, 2009; VETA, 2014). In most EU countries there are provisions to smooth refugee children’s entry into mainstream education through special language courses, different types of immersion classes and additional support. Teachers should be able to meet the diverse needs of all students and foster tolerance, respect for diversity and civic responsibility. Whereas most European countries already faced challenges in matching teaching methods and quality with the needs of diverse classrooms, the challenges intensified with the arrival of large numbers of refugee students and their particular needs. According to the OECD (2014, in: Public Policy Management Institute, 2017, p.12) working with multicultural and multilingual students is one of the areas that teachers feel the least prepared for.

The specific objectives of the IntegPri project are:

  1. Strengthen the teaching profession by providing methodology and tools to help teachers assess their refugee/migrant students’ prior knowledge
  2. Promote intercultural education and intercultural dialogue
  3. Enrich teachers’ existing knowledge on differentiation teaching
  4. Promote an inclusive, encouraging, supportive and non-discriminative learning environment
  5. Encourage lifelong learning and professional development
  6. Improving efficiency and flexibility in education systems by allowing alternative learning pathways
  7. Promoting social inclusion and equity for disadvantaged groups

 

The international partnership of the project is composed of: Finland, Spain and Greece.

Acronym: INTEGPRI

Start Date: 01.03.2022

End Date: 01.09.2023

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Projects

SPACE4US Project

 

 

KA220-YOU

SPACE4US is an European project that aims at developing and testing an innovative and integrated model for the individual and collective empowerment of young women, based on blended-experiential learning activities, to foster the social inclusion of girls at risk of marginalisation.

Led by Glocal Factory, this project sees the active involvement of eight other partner organisations, Geinnova, Iscte,Breza,Synthesis Center, CZ-ART, NOESSO, L’Albero cooperativa,Mano Europa all of which are active and experienced in training and education sectors.

The concrete Objectives are as follows:

  1. To provide a framework as up-to-date as possible of the different contexts that generate
    inequality and marginalisation of girls: patriarchal families, culturally deprived families, schools unable to cope with bullying, social media, etc.; and specific to different territories across Europe.t
  2. To design and experiment new support strategies to help these girls reach their full potential, through activities, digital tools and spaces tailored to their individual and shared needs.
  3. To improve the personal and professional skills of the youth workers involved in the project, who often lack proper  pedagogical knowledge and methodologies to deal with the most pressing youth issues and more specifically with “girl issues”.
  4. It wants to be a means to increase motivation and satisfaction in their daily work and to boost
    their opportunities for professional development through the exchange of good practices and training, also by establishing working relationships with other youth workers from different European countries.
  5. To bridge the digital divide that generally affects young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, who tend to have less access to technologies than their peers and who, especially during COVID-19, found themselves in a situation of further marginalisation.

 

The partnership is composed of Italy, Croatia, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus, Lithuania, Poland.

 

Acronym: SPACE4US

Start Date: 01-11-2021

Finish Date: 01-11-2023

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