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YouRoTrip – Youth Round Trip for Climate Action


The European Erasmus+ Project KA3 “YouRoTrip” (Youth Round Trip for Climate Action) with Project Number 614827, aims at fostering youth participation in democratic life and capacity building of youth workers to support youth engagement. Through the establishment of local youth councils and networking with local politicians, young people will be empowered to participate in decision

YOU.PRO.ME – YOUth workers PROmoting MEntal health


The European Erasmus+ KA2 Project “YOU.PRO.ME” (YOUth workers PROmoting MEntal health) with Project Number 2019-2-IT03-KA205-016385, addresses mainly to professionals and organizations, which work with young people with mental health problems. More specifically, the program aims to raise awareness around the issue of young people's mental health and focus on possible prevention measures, which will

Yes We Can!


The European Erasmus+ KA2 Project “Yes We Can!” with Project Number 2019-1-PL01-KA204-065197, is an attempt to enable senior citizens with low ICT literacy to use the existing and new IT tools which will support this target group in their life-long learning process. The main scientific approach, on which the Methodology of the project is based,

UnitED for Global Goals


The project UnitED for Global Goals (2020-1-FR01-KA202-080248) aims at creating a platform of exchange among the partners who belong to the European Network Tandem Plus to learn and share experiences among operators of VET on the topic of Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, especially focusing on the contributing to share knowledge and practice, learning

Take It – Real-world education to boost climate change adaptation


The European Erasmus+ KA2 Project “Take It” (Real-world education to boost climate change adaptation) with Project Number 2019-1-BE01-KA204-050400, aims to create a Training Guide, in order to raise awareness about environmental issues within the community. This training material will be based on tools and methodologies inspired by the principles of Αdult Εducation and Protection of

Support Me – Supporting practitioners to train migrants in Europe


The European Erasmus+ Project KA2 “Support Me” (Supporting practitioners to train migrants in Europe) with Project Number 2019-1-FR 204-062901, aims at providing training organisations with the key knowledge and information they need, in order to work with migrant audiences, leaning on pluri-disciplinary and multi-professional approaches.  For more information, you can visit the link of

Social & Nature – Adaptation of social work professions to the prevention of natural risks and the consequences of climate change


The European Erasmus+ Project KA2 “Social & Nature” (Adaptation of social work professions to the prevention of natural risks and the consequences of climate change) with Project Number 2019-1-FR01-KA202-062336, addresses basically to social workers and aims to educate those professionals, in order for them to know and integrate into active partnerships between territorial operators

ReWrite your story – ReStory


The basic aim is to develop a methodology based on storytelling practices which will assist and facilitate institutions and individual professionals care givers working with elderly people. The aim of this methodology is to arm the professionals with knowledge and skills that will help elderly people gain or regain an active role in society by

Readjusting to Life


The project Readjusting to life (2020-1-TR01-KA204-094182) aims to promote the social inclusion of people with acquired disabilities through an online guide to access social life. This online guide will provide for each acquired disabled person an easy access to existing offers in their local areas and nationwide and information for their immediate needs for example

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

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