PINOLO – Professional training of unemployed artists


The main goal of the PINOLO project (Professional training of unemployed artists) (Project Number: 2020-1-UK01-KA204-079024) is to provide unemployed artists with specific skills in order for them to integrate into the business world, especially in the post-COVID-19 era. The aim is to improve their skills and, consequently, their employment opportunities. The participating countries are

NOW – New opportunities for Women


The European Erasmus+ Project KA2 “NOW” (New opportunities for Women) with Project Number 2019-1-UK01-KA204-061406 is a transnational network within the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Ireland, Greece, France, Spain, Iceland and Portugal, which provides guidance and support to women with an immigrant background. More specifically, the NOW Project connects these migrant women with other women-role models in

Municipality for Roma


The European Erasmus+ REC Project “Municipality for Roma” with Project Number 809809, aims at strengthening the Roma social group, so that they can now properly approach government, and not only, services and receive assistance. In addition, the support of the Roma in the interaction with the institutions is important. The project expands a previous

Log In – Inclusive housing for people with disabilities as a response to social autonomy


“LOG’IN”: Inclusive housing for people with disabilities as a response to social autonomy (Project number: KA204-FB2F217F) is a project funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus + programme. The countries participating in the program are France, Greece, Sweden, and Belgium. The ambition of the LOG'IN project is to promote accessibility and social inclusion

Lay Teachers


The European Erasmus+ KA2 Project “LAY TEACHERS” (Supporting non-professional teachers to introduce migrants and refugees to national languages) with Project Number 2018-1-ES01-KA204-050993, aims at supporting non-professional teachers, also known as Lay Teachers, and volunteers, who collaborate with adult education providers and civil society organisations and who assist migrants and refugees, supporting them with innovative

HEDY – Health Education for Young People with Disabilities


The project is innovative in content and design of the intellectual outputs. In supporting the development of key competences of youth with disabilities, a special attention is given in the current project – Health Education for Young People with Disabilities (HEDY - 2020-1-RO01-KA201-080353), to raising the level of personal, social and learning competences to



The European Erasmus+ KA3 Project “GLOBACT” (GLOBALAB in Action!) with Project Number 608616-EPP-1-2019-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA, aims to improve the quality of youth work, in order to broaden active participation of young people in project partner countries and empower them to take action towards meeting the targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda. The consortium includes

ELMI – Education for Labour Market Integration


Education for Labour Market Integration: Enabling Educators to Better Target Low- Qualified Adults -ELMI (2020-1-DE02-KA204-007664) is an Erasmus+ project with main objectives of the project to be: the increase of the competences of educators the development of the capacities of organisations educating adults facing multiple discrimination the identification and analysis of examples of good

DIVE IN – Preventing violent radicalization among young individuals in Europe by innovative training approaches


The European AMIF Project “DIVE IN” (Preventing violent radicalisation among young individuals in Europe by innovative training approaches) with Project Number 871087, aims at supporting local actors working particularly with young people by enhancing their knowledge and capacity to prevent and counter radicalisation (with a specific pragmatic focus on violent radicalisation).   DIVE IN will

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