The UNI-ECO Summer School 2022 has been held from 6th to 10th June in Utrecht (Netherlands) with the participation of project partners and students of all four partner universities.
The MAKEADEMY project aims to innovate existing engineering study programmes by developing a flexible modular program, centered on the CDIO approach, in order to provide students with the skills to address current professional and global challenges.
Within MiCREATE project, we had a role to conduct series of workshops for policy makers and seminars for teachers in Italy, Germany and Lithuania, to inform them about MiCREATE policy recommendations and increase teachers’ capacities in inclusive education.
In early June we participated in the International scientific conference “CHILD MIGRATION AND INTEGRATION: TRENDS AND CHALLENGES” in Ljubljana, Slovenia to present the paper “Child agency and integration of unaccompanied minors in Sicily”, drafted by the members of Higher Education and Research Unit of CESIE.
Based on the research findings, the partnership produced a methodological manual for measuring social impact, which was presented by CESIE at the information event held on Friday, May 27 at Moltivolti (Palermo).
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WINGS aims to stimulate local and transnational cooperation and sharing of experiences regarding language training, psychological support and personalized employment counselling to vulnerable women as well as to facilitate durable solutions for the integration of those women in the host societies and for their empowerment.
MiCREATE developed recommendations for policy-makers for promoting child-centred integration of migrant children in schools.
On May 18, 2022 the final conference of the Erasmus+ project ouRoute was hosted by the Municipality of Palermo with the collaboration of CESIE and IISS Alessandro Volta of Palermo.
On May 17, we celebrate the International Day against homophobia, lesbophobia, biphobia and transphobia is celebrated.
The main objective of the DIBS project is to promote the entrepreneurial skills of people of foreign origin, thus fostering their socio-economic and cultural inclusion.
40 representatives of youth formal and informal organisations met in Palermo during the REBUILD International Youth-net Forum.
The GEM IN project is officially coming to an end on 14 May 2022, and these last few months have been really intense.
Parents Engage will act as a support network for parents of migrant children to help them become actively involved in their children’s education.
The ActiveGames4Change project team selected 5 communities in the province of Palermo where young offenders and minors at risk reside, in order to allow them to acquire and employ key skills aimed at facilitating their social inclusion, training and employment.