The Road Map is a kit where advice and tools for regional resilience building can be found in one place.
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This European Report provides an analysis of the economic, societal, health, environmental developments and related policies for crisis prevention and management in ReFace project partners’ countries.
As a part of the Children First project, CESIE developed two National Reports: One providing an overview of young people's views on gender-based violence in teen relationships, and presenting data on existing policies relating to this issue; One aimed at mapping...
The DICE e-learning platform contains DICE training course designed to improve, reinforce and make the work of professionals who approach newcomers in their daily practice more relevant and effective.
These six newsletters sent during the project 3-year lifetime provide information about the different stages of the project implementation, its scope, objectives and the results reached by the partnership.
These policy recommendations are the final result of key activities, conducted in the frame of the Erasmus+ project NE(W)AVE: reNEWable E-Vet learning.
The E-Toolkit for VET Trainers is an important tool for VET trainers and providers who wish to use the Open Online Course (OOC) for VET learners in their own institutions in a way that promotes the methodology and contents developed by the NE(W)AVE project.
This Market Analysis Report describe features and characteristics of the health prevention context, market and promotion initiatives/measures in Austria, Belgium, Germany Greece, and Italy.
SENSE focuses on teaching diversity skills to VET students in the social domain, and more specifically how to deal with one of the more controversial forms of diversity: sexual diversity. Therefore, its main focus is social inclusion of both fellow students and future...
A guide for facilitators on how to foster sexual diversity sensitivity among students in vocational institutions.
The DICE training course was designed to improve, reinforce and make the work of professionals who approach newcomers in their daily practice more relevant and effective.
Fourth newsletter of the project discussing final conclusions of the training and dissemination activities conducted during its lifetime.
The cards have been created to help intermediary professionals identify their clients’ competences as a first step for a tailored, more empathic and efficient approach to recruiting and counselling.
A sample of 41 professionals (CA) and 37 low-skilled adults (LSA) learned how to use and tested a sample of the developed INCLUSIVE+ Skill Assessment Cards across all five participating countries.
The sixth and final module of the SeasonREADY training material is dedicated to cleaning and maintenance services in tourist and hotel facilities.