national projects

PUM-O Project learning for young adults is a programme intendend for young adults between 15-26 years. The goal of the programme is to:

  • encourage young adults to include or continue with formal education process,
  • offer help continuing or finishing schooling,
  • quality and efficient spending of free time,
  • including target group in the labor market,
  • develop and encourage self-iniciative work and manual work,
  • social inclusion,
  • gaining functional and employment competences.

international projects

EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+
PROJECT DURATION: 1. 9. 2020 – 31. 8. 2023

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+ KA203 – Strategic Partnerships for higher education
YEAR: 2019

Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforce is crucial to Europe’s innovative capacity and global competitiveness. Yet women are vastly underrepresented in STEM jobs and among STEM degree holders despite making up almost half of the E.U. workforce and half of the college-educated workforce. That leaves an untapped opportunity to expand STEM employment in Europe. Among STEM jobs, women’s representation has varied over time. In computer and math workforce (the largest of the four STEM components), women representation has dropped 3 percentage points since 2000. Engineers are the second largest STEM occupational group, but only about one out of every seven engineers is female. Men are much more likely than women to have a STEM job regardless of educational attainment. In this context, the principal objective of FeSTEM project is to promote an innovative method and pedagogy that will allow HE students to use traditional and computationally-rich media to create meaningful, shareable exhibits that will act as mentoring models for encouraging girls and women to remain active in STEM.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+ KA204 – Strategic Partnerships for adult education
YEAR: 2019

International reports like PISA or TALIS reveal the great social and education challenges within school systems nowadays. The dramatic dropout rate of students in compulsory secondary education and the unequal results of students (depending on their social and economic context) are just two issues tackled in this project. Reducing the dropout rate is also an objective for the European 2020 targets. In Spain, there is 14% school absenteeism; in Italy it is 18.7%. Other objectives included in the ET 2020: to foster social cohesion and equality in communities and improve quality and efficiency in education; to make use of innovative measures to combat demotivation and absenteeism. To achieve that 15% of the adult population will engage in lifelong learning programs (which accept participants from 25 to 64 years old). The target group will be immigrant adults who are parents of primary and secondary students. The Education 2030 document stresses the Education Council’s recommendation of improving the teaching-learning of foreign languages. As for new technologies, this project will include the creation of an e-learning platform for parents on various topics: the host country’s education system, psychological support for teenagers, language assistance for specific terms related to education and translations into Arabic, English and French.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+
PROJECT DURATION: 1. 11. 2021 – 1. 11. 2023

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+
PROJECT DURATION:  1. 6. 2022 and 31. 5. 2025

The project focuses on building intellectual property rights skills for a circular and sustainable economy.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+ 
YEAR: 2022

LYBER is a project on emotional intelligence, aimed at strengthening the use of socio-relational skills of youth workers in public and private organizations. It is destined to the ones working with young, disadvantaged, vulnerable, unoccupied and with socio-emotional needs young people. Those youth workers, in the ONG or not for profit Associations, will learn and acquire emotional skills as tools to cope with their targets.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+ 
YEAR: 2021

The results of the analysis show that as many as 30 million Europeans feel lonely. NEED TO CONNECT project focuses on young mothers (18-30 years old) as one of the groups that are more exposed to revive loneliness. Mothers are the ones who mostly use maternity leave and stay at home after the birth of a child and are therefore more exposed to the possibility of feeling lonely and socially isolated. In the project, the project partners will prepare an analysis of the situation, within which we will research the situation of young mothers in all partner countries. Based on the results and findings, we will prepare a curriculum and learning programme, which will be based on activities related to art and will enable young mothers to empower and connect with other mothers in similar situations.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+ KA2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
YEAR: 2021

Thousands of pupils and teachers stayed at home and been forced to adapt to online teaching from scratch due to the ongoing COV19 requiring measures. The processes were different in every school and left to be designed by the teacher itself as the whole education system did not manage to adapt. Beyond instructional goals, teachers were also required to maintain social integration of pupils while significant disruption to the provision of classes in the specialized classrooms, excursions etc happened. This project aims to use Art to overcome barriers to online learning of science subjects, to aid better learning outcomes and engage in positive learning experiences. Different types of art and art expressions can be used to introduce pupils to new ways of online learning, achiving learning outcomes based on the curriculums and reduce the feeling of social isolation.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+ KA202 – Strategic Partnerships for adult education
YEAR: November 2020 – October 2022

The project intends to develop a tool for adult education and career guidance professionals working with low-skilled unemployed adults, who are the main target group of the project. The mentioned tool will serve to help the mentioned experts in identifying basic skills through non-formal and informal learning contexts and to improve the employability of the mentioned target group.

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TOPIC: CERV-2022-CITIZENS-TOWN-NT
YEAR: December 2022 – November 2024

During crises (financial, health, security) the quality of life for many people changes and new social needs appear. In today’s interconnected world, one country’s societal problems can become ours. The latest, still ongoing crises due to COVID-19, has effected the whole world causing new (or enhancing existing)
social problems (unemployment, social isolation, health inequality,..) and we as society must be prepared for reacting to them. We need solutions that will meet our current social needs.

During the peaks of the COVID-19 pandemic, the health problems (of especially elderly) were the most important issue the countries had to deal with and now with the pandemic slowly calming down other issues are coming up front. Among them are the social, economic and educational issues young people (from age 18 – 29) are facing. From the view of health issue they were not affected by the pandemic in a great deal, but went through the same democratic and civic restrictions which might lead to even worse civic and democratic participation of young people on local/national/European level.

One of the priorities of the EU is to provide meaningful social, civic and political engagement opportunities for all young people. Young people prefer to support causes that are directly relevant to them. With this project we aim to foster an active participation of young people in the decision-making process, and thus
promote a stronger sense of citizenship and propose new social innovations to decision-makers in response to the current social needs of young people, which they can integrate into policy-making.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS
YEAR: February 2021 – January 2023

According to Eurodesk (2018), young Europeans aged 15 to 29 are increasingly using digital applications and social networks to have fun, learn, make friends and share news. Research shows that fake news in social media attracts more attention than real, spreads rapidly across the web and through social media, and reaches a large number of people (Kumar & Shah, 2018). The SPOTit project seeks to respond to this challenge by supporting the development of media literacy skills for young people (aged 18 to 35) so that they can make informed decisions about the information they access through social media.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+
PROJECT DURATION: 1. 1. 2022 – 1. 1. 2024

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+
PROJECT DURATION: 1. 9. 2022 – 1. 11. 2023

The project develops activities taking into account the key principles of the silver economy and active ageing. The content developed in the project is aimed primarily at elderly and will strengthen their active role in the local society and beyond. The project promotes the activity of elderly in different areas: knowledge acquisition, strengthening and acquiring a wide range of skills, services, welfare and participation.

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EU PROGRAMME: ERASMUS+
PROJECT DURATION: 1. 11. 2022 –  31. 10. 2024

Project will empower NEETs and women’s capacities as it will provide new training resources on green entrepreneurship learning and development of technical, behavioural, and experiential skills to thrive in green sector jobs.

Project will also enhance the capacities of youth practitioners and strengthen transnational and cross-sectoral collaborations in the field of green skills for entrepreneurship and employability of NEETs and women.

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