Following the successful creation of the Toolkits, CEAR partners participated in a 4-day workshop with the aim of training all the members of the Consortium that will implement the strategies and guidelines outlined in the aforementioned handbook.
Highlights from the two-day online European workshop organized by EU funded project ACTIVE on October 14th & 15th. The aim of the workshop was to promote child protection policies in sports organizations in Greece, Cyprus, Italy and Portugal, by transferring know-how from Scottish organizations.
This year counts the 4° Edition of the Erasmus Days! CESIE has organised some offline and online events where best practices and experiences carried on during the Erasmus+ projects implementation will be discussed.
Have a look at the events and at the topic and join us!
DICE has celebrated its conclusion the last Friday, 18th September, at Moltivolti. The final event in Italy provided the audience not only with the opportunity to discover the resources created by the project team but also to share their ideas and discuss new approaches to community involvement.
With our projects, we want to support the recovery of the sector and contribute to the upskilling of professionals, encouraging the rediscovery of the roots and cultural blends that characterize our heritage.
For the 5th year, the European Commission promotes the European Week of Sport with the #BeActive campaign. Here is a roundup of our initiatives about sport headed by all our Unit.
We are currently working on a new resource: Metropolis Practitioner Toolkit. It offers a guide for professionals on how to harness digital developments in their work, including instructions on Metropolis City Maps and an analysis of local labour market.
At the NE(W)AVE’s final conference on 31st August, CESIE presented the project’s results and products, while key-speakers from renewable energy companies and other relevant stakeholders presented the unexplored potential of the green sector.
Three CESIE interns participated in a training programme focused on the application of the Design Thinking methodology during their project management internship within our organization.
What are the educational needs of newly arrived migrant students? ENACTED partners prepared a questionnaire to identify the educational needs of newly arrived immigrants. The first section will focus on the general national and political context, in particular on...
Coronavirus response: Extraordinary Erasmus+ calls to support digital education readiness and creative skills
Following the revision of the Erasmus+ 2020 Annual Work Programme announced earlier in August, the two new calls were launched on 25 August 2020. They each provide €100 million to respond to the educational challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whether you are a student that wants to improve his/her curriculum and his/her life experiences or that you are a teacher, trainer or mentor that wants to learn how to support his/her students in undertaking this experience, INCAS is the project for you.
Over the last few years, European States elaborated integration policies and the EU carried out an important role for their endorsement through concrete actions. Nevertheless, in terms of employment, education, and social inclusion, those with a migrant background are...
European Networking Day was held on 13&14 July! This online event brought together stakeholders from HEAL committees to exchange good practices and recommendations and to improve transnational cooperation on the topic of support to women victims of trafficking
Take part in the MyHandSCraft workshops of arts and crafts as a tool for interaction between different cultures!
Would you like to develop your skills in the field of handicraft by establishing new collaborations with people who share the same interests in art and culture? If the answer is yes, then join the artisan workshops organized in the frame of the MyHandSCraft project!