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Project "Solution4SLD: Specific learning disabilities solutions - Interactive Eplatform for schools", funded under Erasmus+ Programme / Contract n° 2021-1-LT01-KA220-SCH-000029399

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Duration:  24 months (28/02/2022 – 27/02/2024)

Budget: 383 185,00 EUR

Funded:  Erasmus+ Programme; KA220-SCH - Cooperation partnerships in school education

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Background: The main problem solved by the project is the lack of attention in education systems for children with developmental disabilities, especially reading and letter comprehension. There is a lack of reliable methodologies and knowledge of how educators can educate a child with this disorder.

Solution4SLD is an innovative strategic partnership project aiming to adapt and standardized education system for children with specific learning disabilities by developing interactive and inclusive e-learning platform and handbook for schools.

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The project consortium consists of a wide range of partners from Lithuania, Bulgaria and Malta with different cultures and experiences, from arange of service backgrounds and scales that will represent the various stakeholders involved, and that will bring expertise in different fields directly connected with the objectives of the project. Also a number of 21 Associated Partners (schools, primarily made up of primary and secondary schools, and other interested stakeholders in each partner country) are involved.

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Project "European Digital Bootcamps (EDIBO)", benefits from a € 1,4 million grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment

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The project is implemented by:
1. THREE THIRDS SOCIETY (NPO) – Greece, Lead partner
2. Institute for Youth Initiatives and Innovations (NGO) – Bulgaria
3. Foundation for Society (NGO) – Latvia
4. Integration Centre (NGO) – Lithuania
5. National Craftsmen Confederation Lecce (CNA Lecce) – Italy
6. Institute for Information and Communication Technologies (ITACA) of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV) – Spain
7. FORMA.LAB SRL (Private Organization) – Italy

Project duration: 36 months (01.10.2018- 30.09.2021)
Grant amount:  Euro 1,4  million
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Project summary
The European DIGITAL BOOTCAMPS project (EDIBO) will address the dramatic problem of youth unemployment by strengthening the digital skills of young people under the age of 30 who are not studying or working, with a special focus on young people aged 25-29 from disadvantaged groups (low-income, women, migrants, youngsters from rural areas). The data show, in fact, a strong demand for IT qualified staff that the market does not satisfy.
Inspired by the "Rapid Technology Skills Training" developed by the World Bank, this model uses a completely innovative approach, giving a central role to the companies within the project and carefully analyzing market needs to facilitate job placement of the youngsters involved.
Every partner of the project will organize "European digital training labs", ten weeks of intensive training classes with strong focus on IT hard skills, including soft skills training (especially English language courses).
After the training phase, participants will have the opportunity of an apprenticeship offered by the "sponsors companies" of the program. By the end of the 3 years, the project will have involved 1.050 youngsters of the age group 25-29 from vulnerable groups, and at least 500 of whom are expected to obtain a job position and 100 to become self employed thanks to the acquired knowledge and skills.

Project website: www.digitalbootcamps.eu

 

 

Project “Transnational Cooperation in BÉKÉS County”, financed by the Ministry of Human Resources (HUNGARY)

Applicant (host organization): Balance AA Association – Békéscsaba, Hungary

Co-operating partners:      

  1. ASSOCIATION FOR DEVELOPING VOLUNTARY WORK NOVO MESTO - Novo Mesto, Slovenia
  2. UDRUGA ZA PROMICANJE AKTIVNOG GRAĐANSTVA- ECHO – Zagreb, Croatia
  3. INSTITUTE FOR YOUTH INITIATIVES AND INNOVATIONS – Varna, Bulgaria
  4. LOCAL DEMOCRACY AGENCY MOSTAR – Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina  

Implementation period: 24 months (01.11.2017 – 31.10.2019)

The project is financed by the Ministry of Human Resources (HUNGARY)

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Project "„APACHE - Active PArticipation through Creative Hand and Elettronic - writings“,  funded by the Erasmus +, Кey priority 1: Youth exchange

Duration: 2016 - 29017

Country of execution:  Cornedo Vicentino, Italy

Lead partner: Studio Progetto Società Sociale Cooperativa, Italy

The aim of the project is to exchange experiences between foreign and local people on how to involve young people in the promotion and development of their towns / villages, using literature and creative writing as a tool for participation. During the youth exchange, the participants will implement a work program prepared by them before the start of the project, with the topic "Writing as a means of participation”

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Project  "Start ups",  funded by the  Eurasum +, Кey priority 1: Youth exchange

Project partners: youth organizations from 5 EU countries - Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania and Czech Republic

Тhe Institute for Youth Initiatives and Innovations (IYII) is the only Bulgarian partner

„Start-ups!” project is located Vásárosnamény, Hungary being the host of this cultural exchange. The partner countries were Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Romania and Poland.

  The main concern of this project is helping the young people to focus on their career, and to help them to get information about how to create their own CV, motivational letter, and about how to act get prepared for a interview.

 The activities are based on non formal education and the learning process is made in a very creative way. The program is made according to what the participants want to achieve and everyone can come with different ideas and feedback.

The learning process is made trough different types of activities and it involves energizer games, creative activities, interactive activities, funny activities, because this project tries to offer a non formal way of learning without bored participants.

  The international evenings create a proper atmosphere where the participants can learn more about other cultural habits, traditions and behavior.

  This project also offers interesting journeys in town or at the country side , because it is very important for the organizers and the participants to involve the local people in their activities.

More information for the project: http://hungarystartups.maweb.eu and http://www.start-ups.eoldal.hu

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Project "Environmental Day - Ecology, Creativity and Beauty", funded by the Program "Youth Activities", part of the program "Youth Forum in partnership with the local authority"

Date: 06.06.2015 (date is consistent with the World Environment Day - June 5)

Location: Sea garden Varna, near to the shell and definitions of Varna Municipality terrain for planting the inscription: Varna European Youth Capital 2015