sAGESSE – Amélioration de la Gouvernance dans le système de l’EnSeignement Supérieur en Tunisie

sAGESSE – Amélioration de la Gouvernance dans le système de l’EnSeignement Supérieur en Tunisie

sAGESSE – Amélioration de la Gouvernance dans le système de l’EnSeignement Supérieur en Tunisie

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To contribute to the modernisation of the HE management and to the improvement of governance in Tunisia, providing an operational support methodologically rigorous and based on international best practices.
  • To create an integrated definition and control system for quality in university education in every university of the consortium.
  • To support the creation of new decision and management procedures to define the internal/external staff of the HEIs charged of the management and control of processes.
  • Development of skills and competencies by academic, administrative and managerial staff.
  • To promote the creation of an e-administration department in every university of the consortium for an innovative, effective and more autonomous management.

  • Research and analysis about best practices concerning governance in Tunisia.
  • Training seminars, study visits and best practice exchange to train the administrative and managerial staff.
  • Design of a Quality Handbook about financial management procedures.
  • In each university of the consortium: definition of a strategical project and related Action Plans and creation of offices to put them in place.
  • Information seminars about good governance addressed to the Tunisian Ministry for Higher Education and Scientific Research and the Tunisian National Body for Evaluation, Quality Assurance and Accreditation.
  • Elaboration of a White Book of recommendation addressed to interest groups and national, regional and international authorities.

  • Development of skills about governance and quality assessment by managerial and academic staff of the universities.
  • Development of skills about financial management by administrative staff of the universities.
  • An e-administration department is created in every university of the consortium.
  • Increased awareness of universities and policy makers about the importance of better governance.
  • Increased academic and financial autonomy of the universities of the consortium.
  • Increased openness towards the socioeconomic world of the universities of the consortium.

  • Coordinator: UNIMED (Italy)
  • University of Siena (Italy)
  • University of Roma “La Sapienza (Italy)
  • CESIE (Italy)
  • University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France)
  • University of Barcellona (Spain)
  • University of Tunisi (Tunisia)
  • University of Tunisi El Manar (Tunisia)
  • University of Cartagine (Tunisia)
  • University of Susa (Tunisia)
  • University of Sfax (Tunisia)
  • University of Gabès (Tunisia)
  • University della Manouba (Tunisia)
  • University of Monastir (Tunisia)
  • Virtual University of Tunisi (Tunisia)
  • University of Kairouan (Tunisia)
  • University of Gafsa (Tunisia)
  • University of Jendouba (Tunisia)
  • University Ez-zitouna (Tunisia)
  • Ministry for Higher Education and Scientific Research (Tunisia)
  • National Body for Evaluation, Quality Assurance and Accreditation (Tunisia)

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Date of project: 15/10/2017 – 14/10/2020

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Capacity Building in the field of higher education

Contact: CESIE: alessia.valenti@cesie.org


Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment  to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To improve education attainment assessment enabling properly judge the quality of education management system with regard to the content and resources in use
  • To strengthen the role and quality of assessment to mirror quality of instruction, curriculum and funding of the education programme
  • To strengthen and empower MoES, MoF, local authorities, institutions involved in different types of assessment, local communities and civil society organisations in collaborating more effectively towards better and efficient use of results of assessment and address the needs timely
  • To advise involved actors on the ways and means of efficient use of resources to address the revealed shortcomings and needs of the national education assessment

  • Carrying out the country-wide student assessment together with the Ministry of Education, authorised testing and assessment institutions and involved Development Partners, that will compile, generate and analyse a wide range of education attainment assessment data and information to review common problems and to take stock of policy options
  • Facilitating the negotiations of the government bodies, local authorities, academic society, School Boards of Trustees and CSOs on joint courses of action to address ongoing or emerging education assessment challenges and efficient budget spending, sharing knowledge with all actors in the education community
  • Advising involved actors on the ways and means of translating revealed assessment shortcomings and needs into the decision and policy framework at the country level and, through technical expertise, help build national capacity

  • Improved instructions, curriculum and funding in response to the assessment outcomes
  • Strengthened the participatory decision-making process through operational dialogue platform between the government bodies, local authorities, institutions involved in different types of assessment, local communities and civil society organisations on joint actions
  • Provided policy advice based on best practice and knowledge applicable for the country political context

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • ZELENIY ALYANS (Kyrgyz Republic)

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Date of project: 01/01/2017 – 30/06/2018

DG of reference: DG DEVCO, EU Delegation to the Kyrgyz Republic – EuropeAid, Asia & Central Asia: Action Grant

Contact: CESIE: dorothea.urban@cesie.org


A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a  European Network of law enforcement Agencies

A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To offer comprehensive training on the different EU police communication channels and EU information exchange mechanisms and instruments
  • To exchange best practices regarding the functioning of Single Points of Operational Contact (SPOCs), and/or to establish a format for regular contacts of SPOC heads and staff, focusing on training needs and activities
  • To identify common workflow requirements for SPOCs in Member States and development of related guidelines as a basis for SPOC staff training

  • Developing an effective coordination of training on law enforcement information exchange for SPOCs staff and relevant SPOC “stakeholders”
  • Organising awareness campaigns on SPOCs activities
  • Promoting a common law enforcement culture and creation of a consolidated proactive network of SPOC Heads and staff
  • Creating a repository of good practices regarding training on EU law enforcement information exchange, taking into account related existing curricula and results of related initiatives
  • Setting up of an European Network of SPOC staff and Heads of SPOC

  • National quality manual for international law enforcement cooperation
  • SPOC training platform (on line learning modules, webinar, educators’ support)
  • SPOC Roadshows, local seminars for raising interest in SPOC activities in favor of field officers
  • Study visits in EU and EU associated countries, Workshop on study visit outcomes, Meeting for discussion on SPOC training tools proposals, training strategy – modules included

  • Coordinator: Ministero dell’Interno – Direzione Centrale della Polizia Criminale – SCIP Servizio per la Cooperazione Internazionale di Polizia (Italy)
  • State Police Latvia (Latvia)
  • General Inspectorate of Romanian Police (Romania)
  • The Malta Police Force (Malta)
  • Ministry of Interior – International Operational Cooperation (Bulgaria)
  • Ministry of Interior – Deputy State Secretariat for EU and International Relations (Hungary)
  • Belgian Federal Police (Belgium)
  • Southeast European Law Enforcement Center – SELEC (Romania)
  • CESIE (Italy)

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Dates of project: 01/11/2016 30/04/2019

DG of reference: DG HOME, Internal Security Fund – Police, Law Enforcement Training [HOME/2015/ISFP/AG/LETX]

Contact: CESIE athena@cesie.org


YouthMetre: a tool for forward looking youth participation

YouthMetre: a tool for forward looking youth participation

YouthMetre: a tool for forward looking youth participation

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To support EU Member States, municipalities and regions in carrying out effective policy reforms in the field of Youth
  • To empower young people through the acquisition of necessary skills and knowledge, by encouraging to become engaged and actively participate in EU Youth policy matters
  • To provide in-depth knowledge about the perceived needs of Young Europeans in learning, teaching, training or youth work situations and effective methodologies and tools that help policy makers to develop initiatives in line with the target population’s collected needs

  • Leading of Benchmarking process for the establishment of a data dashboard and visualization of EU Youth Policy achievements using innovative technologies
  • Establishing a set of indicators measuring the “performance” of local authorities in youth policy fields and foster the exchange of good practices
  • Producing an e-tool to close the gap between youth and institutions by collecting the perceived needs of youth in key policy areas and providing guidelines to public institutions that help address them
  • Effective implementation, by policy makers, of the guidelines provided by “YouthMetre”

  • YouthMetre needs analysis e-tool
  • Needs Analysis Report, on needs of Young Europeans in learning, teaching, training or youth work situations
  • Benchmarking process Report
  • Good Practices Report
  • Data dashboard and visualization of EU Policy achievements
  • Set of indicators measuring the performance in youth policy fields
  • YouthMetre Guidelines, addressed at Youth policy makers

  • Coordinator: EUROGEO – European Association of Geographers (Belgium)
  • UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA (Spain)
  • EYP – European Youth Press – network of young media makers e.V. (Germany)
  • ALDA – European Association for Local Democracy (France)
  • ARS for Progress (Belgium)

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Date of project: 01/12/2015 – 31/05/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action (KA3): Support for policy reform, Prospective Initiatives Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects – YOUTH

Contact: CESIE: alisa.harlamova@cesie.org


VIRTUS – Virtual Vocational Education and Training

VIRTUS – Virtual Vocational Education and Training

VIRTUS – Virtual Vocational Education and Training

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To mainstream virtual vocational education and training, providing certified modular learning outcomes in Europe and beyond
  • To exploit the VET potential in supporting job creation, productivity, competitiveness and innovation; linked primarily to regional skill needs in support of regional growth
  • To provide evidence-base for policy-making initiatives that promote virtual vocational education and training, in accordance with the European Policy Agenda regarding Adult Learning, Vocational Education and Training and the Strategic Framework for European Cooperation in Education and Training (ET2020)
  • To open up a virtual infrastructure of education and training institutions to adult learning and provision of modular certified learning opportunities, Virtual Organizations (VO)

  • Establishing an innovative, virtual vocational education and training centre, which will provide appropriately designed modular certified courses in Modular Employable Skills (MES), corresponding to a wide range of circumstances such as regional growth potential and/or company restructuring
  • Developing Training Material and Digital Content
  • Field-testing of the modular courses delivery via the VIRTUS Virtual VET Centre
  • Validating the acquired knowledge through certification on the basis of the ECVET standards

  • Needs Assessment analysis, Report
  • State of the Art in VOs in Education and Training, Report
  • VIRTUS Virtual VET Centre and virtual community
  • VIRTUS Modular Courses: Tourism and Hospitality Services | Social Entrepreneurship
  • VIRTUS Policy Recommendations

  • Coordinator: EUROTRAINING Educational Organisation (Greece)
  • European Progress (Greece)
  • BEST Institute für berufsbezogene Weiterbildung und Personaltraining GmbH (Austria)
  • IFI – Instituto de Formación Integral, S.L.U (Spain)
  • ECQA – European Certification and Qualification Association (Austria)
  • RTWH Rheinisch -Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (Germany)

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Date of project: 01/12/2015 – 31/05/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action (KA3): Support for policy reform, Prospective Initiatives Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects

Contact: CESIE: irene.pizzo@cesie.org


WECE – We All Count Europe

WECE – We All Count Europe

WECE – We All Count Europe

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To increase political efficacy in local communities by providing training to decision makers on how to foster participation and dealing with the risks of open online discussion, and to young people – with special focus on young people in risk of exclusion – on how to participate in the democratic life of their cities
  • To Stimulating active participation of young people in democratic life

  • Teaching young people to participate in democratic life while trying to reduce the digital divide and scaling up the efficient handling of multiple inputs in e-participation tools
  • Creation of e-participation tool as a base for the experience but physical events will be equally important
  • Reaching the policy level/dialogue with decision makers via the e-participation tool

  • e-participation tool (reaching the policy level/dialogue with decision makers)
  • Data collection of the online participation and representative surveys to evaluate the effects of training on citizen’s political attitude
  • Recommendations of the academic partner to be implemented and tested back

  • Coordinator: Chair of Political Methodology, University of Konstanz (Germany)
  • Kuorum Social S.L. (Spain)
  • Verein Multikulturell (Austria)
  • Socialiniu inovaciju fondas (Lithuania)

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Date of project: 01/11/2015 – 30/10/2017

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action (KA3): Support for policy reform, Prospective Initiatives Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects

Contact:

CESIE: silvia.ciaperoni@cesie.org

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