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GEINNOVA is excited to announce about our new project, WELLDONE, inspired by the EU’s campaign for healthier workplaces. The project comes at a time when the way we work is changing a lot because of new technology, more people wanting to work from home. Studies show that around 30% of workers in Europe now work this way, and while it offers more flexibility and a better balance between work and personal life, it also brings new challenges.

WELLDONE aims to help HR professionals, managers, and team leaders learn how to make working from home or in a hybrid model (mix of home and office) better and safer for everyone. The aim is to teach them how to create good work policies, assess risks, and train for safe remote work practices. Tips and insights from the Healthy Workplaces Campaign to help workers set up their home offices in a way that reduces risks and makes work more enjoyable will be used.

The Project focus is on:
Managing the Project: Working closely with all partners to make sure everything stays on track.
Hybrid Work Toolkit: Making a toolkit full of resources to help companies implement good hybrid work policies and overcome challenges like feeling isolated or working too much.
Training Program: Creating a training program for HR professionals and managers on how to make digital work better for everyone’s well-being.
E-learning Portal: Building an online learning hub where HR professionals, managers, and anyone interested can find resources to help with digital well-being and effective hybrid work environments.
Spreading the Word: Plan to make sure people learn about our project and benefit from it. Using a clear and attractive design for our materials and stay active online.

GEINNOVA is working in collaboration with a variety of partners, including companies experienced in hybrid work, HR associations, training organizations, universities, chambers of commerce, NGOs, government agencies, and workers’ groups. All helping to make this project useful for different kinds of workplaces.

GEINNOVA is leading the way in adapting to new ways of working, aiming to create healthier and more productive work environments for the future. More updates coming on this exciting Project!


Musiclink Project

We are happy to announce our newest project collaboration Music Link. The Music Link project will be led by FUNDACION GARCIA ESTEBAN. The project will support teachers, trainers and tutors (TTTs) to meet the challenges of language and culture difference in the classroom brought about by the sudden and dramatic influx of Ukrainian refugees and other immigrants lacking local language and cultural knowledge.

The project has been commenced on the starting date of 01/09/2023 and will be ongoing for 18 months until 28/02/2025. The project lump sum is € 60 000,00.

Music Link will develop supports to equip the TTTs with innovative, bespoke music-based teaching methods and resources that can also be distributed beyond the primary TTT learner group.

The general objectives of the project are:
-to develop and deliver training in innovative music-based teaching methods to a target group of  TTTs to aid them in promoting intercultural dialogue, facilitating understanding and inclusion
-to make the Music Link outputs further available to learners via an online platform
-to create a resource to both facilitate the sharing of outputs and inform a potential future upscaled project.
-ensure effective distribution and evaluation of project outputs to maximise impact and sustainability.
-facilitate networking and capacity building for partners

Expected results
While the expected results are to develop and pilot methods with a focus group, then deliver to 30 TTTs. Launch an online platform with 100 TTTs or related organizations. Hold a final live-streamed event reaching 50 educators, publish 2 articles. Create a downloadable toolkit including a digital workbook, project summary, and a 10-minute video documentary showcasing project implementation. Implement a dissemination plan targeting 300 stakeholders, conduct ongoing evaluation, achieve a 70% satisfaction rate from TTTs. Strengthen partner organizations, promote intercultural dialogue, address challenges posed by the war in Ukraine, and ensure sustainability of project outputs through an online platform.

The management of the Musiclink project led by FUNDACION GARCIA ESTEBAN is in collaboration with EurAV European Audio Visual Company Limited by Guarantee based in Morington, Ireland; and in Gestión Estratégica e Innovación SL based in Zaragoza, Spain.

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HEIDI Project

We at GEINNOVA are ecstatic to announce our collaboration on the new HEIDI project. HEIDI focuses on addressing challenges encountered by immigrants in self-evaluation, integration and inclusion in the labour market, and connecting with stakeholders. The main interest groups for dissemination include adult immigrants, adult education centres, career guidance service providers, employers, government agencies, immigrant representative organizations, policymakers, researchers, academics, NGOs, and labour market representatives.

HEIDI Objectives
The general goal of the project is to prepare and integrate adult immigrants into the labour market by providing support fitting with EU employment guidelines. There is a subset of activities/strategies this project concerns itself with:

Digital platforms to enhance opportunities for skills assessment, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of everyone’s capabilities.
Career support mechanisms for immigrants and employers, focusing on transforming soft skills to align with the dynamic demands of the labour market.
Community of engaged stakeholders, including education centres, career guidance providers, employers, governmental agencies, and immigrant associations.
Strategies to promote the integration and inclusion of adult immigrants within the labour market, emphasizing the role of digital transformation in facilitating seamless transitions.
Collaboration with public sector entities in support of immigrant integration and inclusion.
– Ensuring that the ultimate beneficiaries receive direct support and wider audience contributes.

Target Group
The target group of this project include adult immigrants, education centers, career guidance providers, employers, governmental agencies, and immigrant associations. All these beneficiaries have a role in and benefit from the project’s distribution and communication strategies in the way to maximize impact of the project.

The dissemination of the project is in collaboration with other organisations. FURIM, Ludwig – Maximillian University of Munich, Vidipost, Vienna Association of Education Volunteers (VAEV), Panevezys, and Studium. In collaboration with these highly esteemed organisations and institutes the GEINNOVA’s leading role in completing the HEIDI project ought to be a success in aiding adult immigrant enter the labour market.

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GEINNOVA is excited to announce a new project, STAY CONNECTED. It is a Project with the Project lump sum being at 250 000,00 euros. The project comes at a time when the way we work is changing a lot because of new technology, more people wanting to work from home. So from the 1st of December 2023 until the 30 of November 2025 we will work towards the goal of offering more flexibility and a better balance between work and personal life.

STAYCONNECTED aims to train master trainers to implement the curriculum with HR professionals, managers, and team. Additionally, the STAY CONNECTED project will develop and deliver a toolkit on hybrid work. Enabling a viable way to work from home or in a hybrid model (mix of home and office) for everyone. Furthermore, it is a goal to provide an e-learning platform and open educational resources. Lastly, come with a training package to be implemented to promote digital inclusion in the workplace, for all workers.

The STAY CONNECTED objectives:
– Empowerment of staff to be active participants whether onsite or teleworking, in a hybrid work context.
– Establishing of workplace norms ensuring all people in the organization are aware of them and have the support and training needed to follow them
– Developing innovative, high-quality learning material/resources for managers and HR professionals to promote social connectedness in hybrid work
– Building the ability in managers/HR practitioners to promote digital and social inclusion of all staff in hybrid work

The Project is led by BULGARIAN-ROMANIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, however they are working in collaboration with a variety of partners from countries including Cyprus, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain. All helping to make this project useful for different kinds of workplaces.

GEINNOVA is the spanish representative in this project contributing to adapting new ways of working, aiming to create healthier and more productive work environments for the future. More updates coming on this exciting project!

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SHE@CYBER aims to enhance cybersecurity in Europe by developing practical tools for SMEs and microenterprises. Additionally, it seeks to promote “gender parity” in cybersecurity, enabling women and disadvantaged groups to transition into new roles.

This will be achieved through:

– The curriculum and roadmap,

– Innovative training and learning materials,

– Train-the-trainer pilots, and

– The digital learning platform that will integrate all outcomes.

Implementation: What activities will you carry out?

SHE@CYBER will initially develop a roadmap for a diverse cybersecurity workforce, followed by Interactive Learning Resources, Cybersecurity Training, the toolkit, and a train-the-trainer workshop.

By completing all deliverables, the consortium will achieve the flagship result of bridging the diversity gap and producing skilled cybersecurity professionals for a safer digital Europe.

The main project outcomes are:

  1. Foster the exchange of cutting-edge cybersecurity knowledge among training providers, certification bodies, and enterprises,
  2. Alleviate the cybersecurity skills shortage,
  3. Lay the groundwork for an alliance between industry and educational stakeholders to jointly develop training solutions and bolster security in the European Digital Economy,
  4. Provide solutions to safeguard the European economy and society by addressing the gender gap in cybersecurity.



CCDE project



The chemical industry is committed to playing a key role in the systemic transition to a circular economy and sustainable development, in which resources and materials are continuously cycled to eliminate waste, while creating value for all. A circular chemistry will optimize resource efficiency across chemical value chains and enable a closed-loop, waste-free chemical industry.

CCDE is a project that aims to increase the interest of high school students to study the topic of circular chemistry through the use of digital tools and to have new educational methods for the teachers adaptable on the digital era. Teachers and students can play together a decisive role in building a new future: education plays an important role in developing experts and a new generation of active citizens educated in lifecycle thinking and extensive cooperation.

Our plan involves achieving three important outcomes, each essential for accomplishing the main goal of our project: increase the interest of high school students to study the topic of circular chemistry using digital tools, innovative games and at the same time to motivate them to prepare experiments at home.

-Creation of an online-based curriculum Circular Chemistry in Digital Era with which students will be learning to transform the world with expanded key competencies for Sustainable Development

-Creation of short videos to promote Circular Economy principles and Education for Sustainable Development core competencies within chemistry education.

-Development and design of online-based Educational Game – Circular Chemistry to introduce students to the principles of circular economy and green chemistry.

The expectations of the Circular Chemistry in the Digital Era project is raised interest in students studying circular chemistry through the use of digital tools innovative games while simultaneously motivating them to prepare experiments at home. Additionally, promote CE principles and ESD core competencies in chemistry education using developing digital learning environments. Support the continuous professional development of teachers according to the ELL approach by using practical and innovative tools to promote CE in secondary schools.

The project partners are CONSORZIO SCUOLA COMUNITÀ IMPRESA, SOU Orde Copela, Eco Logic, GEINNOVA and Fundación 2100.

Acronym: CCDE

Start date: 01-11-2022

End date: 31-10-2024




Educating the adults of the future

The project arises from the need, in many places, for a motivating school environment. In addition to this, if the vast majority of students come from disadvantaged groups, the result is that they lose interest in continuing their schooling and do not achieve higher level education. Besides the fact that they often do not have the means or the opportunities to do so.

The main motivation is to prepare the participants for adulthood, to make them think about the world and the conditions in which they will live and to help with the problems of Europe and the whole world and to try to achieve a more sustainable future for all.

To do so, the project enables all participants to explore, understand, describe and compare lifestyles across Europe, raise awareness, common concerns…, and thus help where it is most needed.


The overall objective of the project is to mitigate academic underachievement and student dropout among disadvantaged people. Collaterally aiming to:

Educating in the spirit of respect, human rights, fundamental freedoms, dignity, tolerance and free exchange of ideas.

Cultivate sensitivity to human issues, civic moral values, nature and the environment.

To broaden knowledge of European countries, their development, problems, culture and history.

The project involves two groups of participants: students and teachers. The main aim is to provide students with the necessary skills to be better adults in tomorrow’s society with the help of teachers. The project foresees the implementation of 5 presential activities in which they will take part and in which soft skills training will be carried out.


The objectives of Be Volunteer For Hope will be achieved through:

Innovative extracurricular activities involving students, their families, authorities, the community….;

Collaborations between national and international schools;

Participating in international trips;

Attending workshops;

Develop critical thinking skills;

Collaborating in multicultural teams;

Use of new technologies;

Feedback of knowledge by learning from each other: student-teacher-experts.


Turkey, Romania, Spain, Portugal, Latvia and Italy.

Start date: 01-01-2022

End date: 01-01-2024



Cohesion Policy is one of the most impactful EU common policies, being the main investment policy of the European Union.

In other words, hundreds of thousands of SMEs have been supported by the Cohesion Policy, hundreds of thousands of jobs were also created thanks to the EU’s Regional Policy, millions of citizens across the EU have gained access to improved drinking water, have benefited from improved health services and received employment support and social inclusion.

The project seeks to inform about the Cohesion Policy, the results of its investments as well as its impact on people’s lives mostly in the participating countries but also across the EU.


To make Cohesion Policy known to the public.

Specific objectives

Inform people about the fact that the Cohesion Policy is an investment tool from which are benefitting all EU countries and regions alike.

Disseminate detailed information about specific projects funded through Cohesion Policy and covering all Regional Policy’s priorities as well as to make ordinary people share the impact that the aforementioned projects had on their lives.

Engage with people and stakeholders in order to inspire a discussion on Cohesion Policy, its results, its support in Member States to meet EU’s political priorities as well as its future.

Make the local people participate in a project related to one of the most important EU common policies, and as a result, to make them participate in the EU affairs.


Cyprus, Spain and Greece.

Cohesion Island

Our free of charge online game is available for all EU citizens to play!
Play now to familiarise yourself with how Cohesion Policy works to support all member states and achieve common growth in all Member States!

WE Project


Real-World Education to foster environmental awareness


Produce a series of tools to support the introduction of the skills of ESD and Environmental Awareness in Adult Education, contributing to the creation of a learning path for both:

The adult educators;

Adults NEETs and especially those coming from socially or economically vulnerable communities.

The specific objectives:

Increase the knowledge of AE trainers and low skilled Adults in regards to available learning opportunities and good practices in the field of Environmental Awareness and SDGs, and ESD

Provide an up to date analysis of the development of Environmental Adult Education in the partner countries, and a needs analysis of the adult educators and low-skilled adults in the field of sustainable development. This analysis could be also used as a useful tool for policy adoptions, especially on the local–regional level with a bottom-up approach.


The WE project to produce its envisaged results will implement the following categories of activities:

Project Management and Implementation Activities,

7 Multiplier events in each partner country,

3 Transnational project meetings,

Work packages production activities.


Latvia, Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Denmark and Spain.

Acronym: WE

Start Date: 31-12-2022

End Date: 30-12-2024


Project ARCH


Enhancing cultural and digital competences to foster countries’ cultural heritage


The ARCH project aims at collaboration between organizations and institutions to enhance the digital and cultural competencies of students by leveraging the cultural heritage of each country. The ARCH project aims to give students of all ages and levels the opportunity to combine the real world with three-dimensional virtual objects, interact with them and collaboratively exploit their empirical-experiential knowledge through the possibilities offered by multimodal approaches.

Specific objectives

To provide a useful online platform and material, free and accessible to the target group.

To develop a digital educational game based on more interactive learning.

To help students learn about the cultural heritage of their city using modern digital tools.

To give the target groups the opportunity to use and familiarize themselves with digital tools and ICT to acquire new technological and digital skills.

Enhance the traditional learning process by introducing ICT and game-based learning.

To develop a sense of “belonging” to the wider community, reducing social inequalities, promoting cultural/social participation and inclusion.


Spain, Cyprus, Greece and Italy.

Acrónimo: ARCH

Start Date: 01/11/2021

End Date: 01/11/2024