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Written by SuperAdministrator Wednesday, 02 May 2018 15:17


This strategic partnership aims to support the development of innovative practices in the education and training of individuals who are either seeking to expand their knowledge and expertise in relation to the internationalisation of social enterprise (SE) trading or are already engaged in social enterprise organisations and who wish to develop their capacity to trade their goods and services internationally and so enhance their sustainability. The outputs of the project will impact on the capacity of the social enterprise sector at organizational, local, regional, national, European and International levels.




Written by SuperAdministrator Wednesday, 02 May 2018 15:10


DIST directly focuses on problems of social inclusion. To reach this objective it uses an innovative and in many kinds transferable approach. Particularly it aims at fostering social inclusion, diversity and non-discrimination in different fields of youth activities including of course education. This also directly relates to the ‘Youth’ priority of ‘Promoting Empowerment’ which among others integrates the idea of social inclusion and participation with the orientation at underlying European values and democracy.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 May 2018 15:17  



Written by SuperAdministrator Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:46


In this project the consortium wishes to address people 65+ in order to enhance their participation in lifelong learning, improve their life quality and social participation and inclusion. In order to reach these objectives, the partners will develop a new course offer for this target group, a Walk’n’Talk course. As the name implies, this course offer will not take place within the limited space situation of normal classes, but outside in nature.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:50  

SEDETT Social Enterprise Development, Education and Training Tools


Written by SuperAdministrator Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:41


SEDETT project aims to develop a digitally enhanced blended learning set of S.E. development, education and training tools SEDETT that can be used by, social entrepreneurs to learn how to assess their capacity development needs (IO1), educators and trainers in HE/FE and VET to deliver formal and informal courses of education and training (IO2).  The materials produced will be open access and also include an e-tool that can be used by social entrepreneurs to identify creative education methodologies for use in their organisational development (IO3). Thus the target groups for this project are  students/learners, teachers, partners institutions, other educational institutions, research centres, employers and their associations, unemployed youth, education, careers and youth advisory agencies and policy-makers, new social entrepreneurs, existing social enterprises & their employees seeking to up-skill and achieve life long learning.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 May 2018 14:52  

TRAIT Erasmus +



TRAIT is a synonym for training transversal skills, it is a strategic partnership funded by the EU under the frame of Ersamus plus (KA 2).

New pedagogical approaches and ICT tools that support development and assessment of transversal skills should

a) increase learners' motivation, and

b) help next-level education institutions and employers to get a better insight into all types of the applicants' learning outcomes, skills/competences and future learning needs.

The overall objective of this project is to create mechanisms that enable development, monitoring and acknowledgement of learners' transversal skills. We will achieve this goal with the help of an innovative blended learning training course based on a detailed descriptive research of the transversal skills approach and importance in 6 European organisations from 5 countries (Romania, Italy,  Czech Republic, Austria and Turkey).



Learning to be happy



The institutions involved in this “Learning-to-be-Happy” project want to raise awareness of the needs of people in difficult situations due to the socioeconomic crisis. They will make use of their experience and expertise and contribute to build alternative paths and deliver a number of concrete and real alternatives for European citizens in difficulty in order to improve their life conditions.

The 16 project partners will co-operate in the most effective way to reach the highest number of adult European citizens, especially those alienated from education and training, such as early school leavers and the elderly, but also those belonging to other vulnerable groups or suffering from their personal, social and financial situation. They will provide them with some practical solutions to help them overcome what seems to be a hopeless situation for many of them and try to develop their self-esteem.


Learning vs Crisis




The LEARNING Vs CRISIS Project will establish a EU network among key actors in the educational-learning domain for disadvantaged persons. It is composed by 10 partners, such as no-profit cultural associations, EU learning & educational providers, Universities and Cities. This established network aims at developing practical non-formal courses, targeted to  people at risk of social marginalisation, as well as at the production of specific best practices, accessible to all.

The best practices will propose practical solutions to support EU citizens coming from vulnerable social contexts. The courses will contain series of actions and tools to optimize the existing resources and to exchange processes.


Mental Issues in job center



The economic crisis has an enormous effect of the mental health. The jobless person gets easily in a depressed status and a depressed status can easily result in the loss of his/her job. The job center worker trying to help jobless people is not always prepared to manage and handle mental problems. The job center worker faces mental problems day by day, but in several cases is unable to handle the case in a way with sufficient expertise. This project helps job center workers widening their knowledge on mental issues, and helps job seekers in better observing their needs and requests in this field. The focus of this project is cooperation between vocational education and training and the work of life, developing and disseminating successful training methods. The participants of this project are: vocational schools, job center workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and coaches. The partners have a wide range of expertise, different approaches and methods in their every day work, and professionals with experience.


CLICK - Computers, Languages and Intergenerational Communication in the Kitchen



There are the knowledge fields that are essential for an active European citizen of nowadays: basic computer skills, reading and writing, and foreign languages. More and more things take place on the internet and the basic computer using is a must for everybody. On the other hand this leads to more and more isolation in our society and generations are drifting apart. Elder people are feeling ashamed for not knowing how to deal with modern communication systems and young people are not used to listen to seniors any more. The CLICK-project will invent a way to bring the generations together, to make use of the knowledge of the ancestors as well as the knowledge of the youngsters and to teach them both.


BeE – Be(coming) European



‘BeE – Be(coming) European’ is a EU-funded project which deals with challenges and opportunities of basic education for adults. Important questions that are addressed during the lifetime of the project are: How can basic education be defined, which learning and teaching approaches are successful, how can (disadvantaged) learners be motivated to participate in courses and to learn autonomously, which specific challenges are teachers facing in basic education …?


Europe job bank



The project concentrates on fostering the dialogue between VET and work life to respond to the needs of employers, especially in terms of skills to be gained by students/future employees during their time in school. Project partners from VET schools, NGOs, labour market and guidance centers take part in this survey-based project in order to support transparency of VET and they believe that the project objectives are crucial to improve the employability in EU (as it is stated at Bruges Communiqué for enhanced EU Cooperation).





The FotoMemoria project, funded under the European program "Grundtvig Learning Partnerships" from October 2007 to July 2009, aims to help young people and adults to collect photographs and personal stories, and share their memories online.