Category: European projects

3D4DEAF: Promoting digital transformation and social innovation in VET for better access of deaf students to the labour market

This newly started Erasmus+ projects has the goal of equipping educators and VET trainers/teachers working with young people with disabilities (with a special focus on young people with hearing impairment) with the set of competences and skills which can help disable and vulnerable students to thrive in the job market. The projects will help educators READ MORE >

C@RE- Augmented learning approach for personal care

The health sector is, as stated by OECD in 2021, undergoing “significant transformation from fragmented and disease-centered toward integrated and people-centered care. Health workers find themselves at the centre of this transformation that demands from them commensurate changes in the skill-set employed in day-to-day practice”. The Eurofound in 2020 reported that “recruitment and retention in READ MORE >

MICR@S – Micro Community cooperative @ School

Launched in November 2022, this Erasmus+ KA220-SCH – Cooperation partnerships in school education project (Agreement number 2022-1-BE01-KA220-SCH-000086930) entitled “Micro Community cooperative @ School – MICR@S” aims to: provide an INNOVATIVE CROSS-CURRICULAR PEDAGOGICAL MODEL based on GAME BASE LEARNING SOLUTION targeting school students (12-18), which will enable students to learn by doing creating inclusive community cooperative READ MORE >

LEAF – Learn biodiversity through Environmental Action for the Community

LEAF- Learn biodiversity through Environmental Action for the Community is a KA2 Erasmus+ project whose main aim is to leverage the “service learning” and “citizen science” methodologies and apply them to secondary schools, with the goal of engaging students in the monitoring of local plant biodiversity. “Service learning” and “citizen science” can be pooled to READ MORE >

FRISCO – Fighting Terrorist Content Online

Terrorist content and other illegal content online are an increasing issue both from a security and public policy perspective. As a response, the Terrorist Content Online (TCO) Regulation is addressing violent extremism and the dissemination of TCO, setting out specific measures that hosting service providers (HSPs) exposed to TCO must implement. However, these measures might READ MORE >