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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

 

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