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Train4Cordinators Project


Online training for youth volunteering coordinators on the validation of competences, skills and qualifications

Volunteering is an excellent example of non-formal learning for young people.

The EU Youth Strategy promotes:
– Greater recognition of the value of volunteering activities and the skills it promotes;
– Good working conditions for young volunteers and opportunities to enrich their work;
– Intergenerational solidarity;
– Transnational volunteering.


-Recognise and support the contribution of volunteers and highlight the potential of youth volunteering.
– Support the continued collection of good practice recognition tools across Europe.
– Standardise the results of recognition tools and other opportunities to gain extra European credits at universities through volunteering.
universities through volunteering.
– Develop, in collaboration with other stakeholders, national standards for measuring personal competences acquired through volunteering.
through volunteering.
– Raise awareness of the contribution that employees involved in volunteering can make.
– Ensure that recognition methods continue to reflect the needs of volunteers.
– Develop systems for recognising the knowledge, skills and competencies acquired through volunteering.
– Establish volunteer management systems that also develop and maintain a culture of recognition within the organisation.

The partnership is composed of Spain, Greece, Cyprus, Slovenia, Austria and Turkey.  

Acronym: Train4Cordinators

Start date: 01-12-2021

End date: 01-12-2023 

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Erasmus+ KA220

Promote entrepreneurship in the agro-industry sector in rural areas with a focus on crafts and local products.

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads worldwide, the introduction of social distancing, national containments and tiered systems at national and local levels since March 2020 has hampered almost all economic activity in European countries, especially in rural areas and the countryside where the economy was already at risk.


  1. To strengthen the territory by increasing the dissemination of local products (both artisanal and gastronomic) in order to make them known at local and regional level, increasing productivity in rural areas.
  2. To promote sustainable tourism both by improving the Km0 market and the energy efficiency of businesses and by reducing waste development, thus attracting more and more responsible and conscientious tourists to the country.
  3. Create and strengthen a network of cooperation between local entrepreneurs, hotel owners, museums, local producers, artisans whose work can be complementary (website, marketing, handicrafts, food processing, etc.) giving them the opportunity to get to know each other better both locally and by tourists.
  4. Build a social environment in which adults, youth and migrants can feel integrated to avoid migration of villagers to larger cities.
  5. Promote entrepreneurship in rural areas through integrated digital training and the development of innovative pedagogical tools.
  6. It is necessary to equip participants who have invested or are interested in investing in rural areas with the necessary e-skills, management, financing, distribution and communication skills, thus contributing to the sustainable development of rural areas.

The partnership of this project is composed of ASOCIACIÓN PARA EL DESARROLLO RURAL INTEGRAL DE LAS TIERRAS DE JILOCA Y GALLOCANTA (SP), SBTC DANISMANLIK (Turkey), Gestión Estratégica e Innovación SL (SP), UpYouth – Associação (Portugal), Exeo Lab Srl ( Italy), Dione Youth Organisation (Cyprus), Idea For Life (Poland).


Start date: 01-11-2021

End date: 01-11-2023 

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Campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of protecting Intellectual Property Rights by encouraging the use of legal online sources.

The overall objective of the respect project is to raise awareness of the benefits of protecting Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and the harms caused by IPR infringement by engaging specific audiences, mainly young Europeans and the general public, and encouraging behavioural change by reducing access to digital content from illegal sources.

RESPECT addresses the needs of three main groups:

  • Young people (15-24 years)
  • Stakeholders
  • General public



  1. Provide objective information on Intellectual Property and raise awareness of the harm caused by IPR infringement.
  2. Increase awareness of the value of intellectual property as a tool to protect creativity and innovation.
  3. Provide alternative legal sources for accessing content and help consumers identify legal digital sources.
  4. Engage relevant audiences (especially young consumers) and educate them on the above issues with a specific focus on young consumers aged 15-24.
  5. Encourage behavioural change among target audiences and the reduction of the use of digital content from illegal sources.


The partnership of this project is composed of Sigma Live LTD (Cyprus), HELLENIC COPYRIGHT ORGANIZATION (GREECE), Strategic Management and Innovation (SP).

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Acronym: RESPECT

Start date: 01/09/2021

End date: 31/08/2022

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SAFECY Project


Educating safe cycling in European schools

The applicant organisation of the SAFECY project is the Federación Aragonesa de Ciclismo. The Aragonese Cycling Federation is located in the Aragon region of Spain and represents 129 cycling clubs in Aragon. The main objective of this project is to reduce the number of cycling-related accidents that occur every year in the EU by educating young people through creative and innovative approaches on topics such as road safety.


1 – The first objective is to train and educate young Europeans to become safer, more aware and responsible cyclists and future drivers, in order to reduce the number of accidents, sometimes fatal, related to bicycles.

2 – The second objective is to give teachers, trainers and coaches the necessary tools to teach young people to become safe cyclists in a fun and innovative way.

3 – The third objective is to promote and encourage cycling among young people across the EU by creating easily accessible content, in order to create a healthier generation.

The partnership is composed of partners from: Denmark, Spain, Austria, Norway, Austria, Bulgaria and the Republic of Northern Macedonia.

Acronym: SACEFY

Start date: 2021-11-01

End date: 2023-11-01




BEYOND CAPITAL offers advanced training for workers in social enterprises, cooperatives and non-profit organisations

The BEYOND CAPITAL project aims to reduce the risk of failure of social economy start-ups, the economy that works for people. The project supports early-stage social entrepreneurs and managers in developing sound financial planning and provides them with all the elements to create an effective finance function: internal finance, external finance, needs analysis, working capital management, income diversification and financial balance, financial planning and programming.

The project also disseminates in-depth knowledge on financial and banking market instruments that offer responses to the specific needs of social enterprises and non-profit organisations, such as social impact bonds and crowdfunding, for example.

The partnership of this project is composed of the Maltese Italian Chamber of Commerce (applicant organisation), SYNTHESIS (Cyprus), Malta Stock Exchange Institute Ltd (Malta), Gestión Estratégica e Innovación SL (Spain), Exeo Lab Srl (Italy), ECSF UG (Germany) and Cooperation Bancair pour l’Europe (Belgium).


Start date: 01/11/2021

End date: 01/11/2023

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