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RecyclArt: projectual creative recycling to payback the environment
Partners: Greece, Italy, Romania, Poland, Albania

Reference number
: 2020-1-EL01-KA227-ADU-094668

Period: 01.03.2021 – 28.02.2023
In Europe, we currently use 16 tonnes of material (person/year), of which 6 become waste and only a limited part (36%) is recycled.
On the other side, in a socio-economic period as delicate as the one we are experiencing (pandemic coivd19), self-esteem and the ability to reinvent yourself and find alternative solutions to problems is crucial, both for the personal sphere and for the working sphere.

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Building cultural intelligence and raising awareness of diversity through artistic disciplines (ACT IT OUT)
Partners: Italy, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, France, Germany, Cyprus
Reference number: 2020-1-IT02-KA227-ADU-095329
Period: 01.03.2021 – 28.02.2023
What is culture? According to the Oxford Dictionary, culture encompasses „the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively”. Our culturetherefore includes our values, our ideologies, our belief systems, and things that we regard to be true, based on our lived experiences and the experiences of others in our culture.
What else does our culture mean for us? To begin with, it is in the way we act, it is reflected in the words we use, the food we eat and the clothes we wear.

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Strategic partnerships in the field of medical education with a focus on innovative educational content and greater relevance to the labor market (MEDIC)
Partners: Germany, Austria, Poland, Romania
Reference number: 2020-1-DE02-KA202-007407
Period: 01.10.2020 – 31.05.2023
The aging of the population and the increasing need for care services is not a specific country problem, but characterizes all industrialized countries in a similar way. Long-term care is a general risk to life, which will affectthe majority of the population not only in the partner countries in the course of their lives. This development is reflected in a cross-border increasing need for care, which in Europe can no longer be met from the pool of existingspecialists and the available potential of the countries.

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CIRCULAR LOOPS - Circular economy from social enterprises to their customers
Partners: Austria, Portugal, Romania, Italy, Germany, Spain
Reference number: 2020-1-AT01-KA202-078021
Period: 01.09.2020 – 31.08.2023
EU Commission encourages the implementation of an inclusive green economy, able to generate growth, create jobs and reduce poverty through sustainable management. Most
initiatives delivered leave behind social enterprises - a strong job creator and business developer reaching 2.8 million social economy enterprises in EU, employing about 19.1 million people. An overview from partner countries showed that progress arose on circular economy training, but yet with little expression, and it’s a fact that no partner has specific trening measures for social enterprises.
CIRCULAR LOOPS aims to foster the approach of circular economy in social enterprises, by promoting the concept of social circular economy. The project looks for the creation of a
transferable package of resources to improve knowledge about social circular economy in each context.

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RomABC moves forward – Further development of innovative instruments for combating functional illiteracy of Roma and other vulnerable groups in Europe
Partners: Germany, Greece, Hungary, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia
Reference number: 2020-1-DE02-KA204-007388
Period: 01.09.2020 – 31.08.2022
According to UNESCO, an estimated number of 73 million adult Europeans are considered as functional illiterates. This is equal to 1/5 of the employable population aged 18 to 64 years. Taking reliable figures on the extension of functional illiteracy into consideration (e.g. leo – Level One Study in Germany), this concerns 6.2 Mio. adults in Germany, 2 Mio. in Greece, 1.2 Mio. in Hungary, 0.2 Mio. in North Macedonia, 3.8 Mio. in Romania, 0.8 Mio. in Serbia and 0.5 Mio. in Slovakia. Unfortunately, there are no valid figures concerning the literacy rate of Roma. Experts say that the share of functional illiterates among adult in urban regions of the partner countries is about 60 per cent, in rural areas partly up to 80 per cent. Women are particularly concerned.

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pROceed - Identification of European best practise for professional orientation, career counselling and job preparation and their possible adaptation for Roma
Partners: Slovakia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Serbia
Reference number: 2020-1-SK01-KA202-078259
Period: 01.09.2020 – 28.02.2022
„…They steel like ravens, are afraid of hard work and peoples of restless nomads…“ – if it comes to „gypsies“, we are quick with prejudices. Even more problematic is the fact that they can be mobilised any time what is proven by regular riots and their actual living conditions in a very sad way.
Without a doubt – and that was not only confirmed by the last EU Roma Summit – „… the integration of Roma is in progress all over Europe. More Roma children attend a primary school; there are more supporting programmes for Roma who need a job, a flat or access to health care.”

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EntreComp Implementation (ECI)

Partners: Germany, Greece, Belgium, Italy, Romania, Poland

Reference number: 2019-1-DE02-KA202-006503

Period: 01.10.2019 – 31.03.2022

As early as in 2016 the EU Commission developed “EntreComp: The Entrepreneurship Competence Framework” to put forward a shared definition of entrepreneurship as a competence, to bring consensus among stakeholders and establish a bridge between the worlds of education and work.

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Train the Competent

Partners: Hungary, Romania, France, Norway, Poland, United Kingdom, Portugal, Greece

Reference number: 2019-1-HU01-KA204-060959

Period: 01.09.2019 – 31.08.2022

The project will contribute to improve the employ-ability chances of adults with disabilities by providing them a modular training to become (co-)trainers. The new skills and knowledge will broaden their job opportunities and expand their possibilities for active and fulfilled lives. At the same time, participants will be able to support their peers towards the labour market and also those professional awareness raising equality training / awareness programs designed for employers, HR professionals, decision makers that are proven to be a major step towards successful employability of the population with disabilities.

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Partners: Poland, Romania, Czech Republic

Reference number: 2019-1-PL01-KA204-065741

Period: 01.11.2019 – 31.12.2021

The EDU-GameBox project has been prepared and will be implemented by a four-party partnership: Nowe Motywacje from Poland, FERI from Poland, AESD from Romania and Institut INPRO from the Czech Republic.
The project is in line with sectoral priorities:
ADULT EDUCATION: Expanding and developing the competence of educators and other employees to support learning adults
ADULT EDUCATION: Supporting the creation and access to skills improvement paths
ADULT EDUCATION: Improving and broadening the range of high-quality learning opportunities tailored to the individual needs of adults with low skills or qualifications

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Raising the skills of adults on the margins of lifelong learning (ELEVATION)

Partners: Croatia, Poland, Romania, Cyprus, Ireland, Portugal

Reference number: 2019-1-HR01-KA204-060794

Period: 01.09.2019 – 31.08.2021

As Europe recovers slowly from the effects of the economic crisis there are some key benchmarks that were set as part of the EU2020 strategy that remain outside of the reach for most EU Member States on an individual and throughout the EU on a collective basis. One such target is the 15% adult participation rate in lifelong learning. With current rates of Romania 1.1%; Croatia 2.3%; Poland 3.7%; Cyprus 6.9%; Ireland 8.9%; Portugal 9.8%; none of the countries participating in this project have reached or exceeded the benchmark set.

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THRIVE – Training Hope, wellbeing and Resilience In Vulnerable Early school leavers

Partners: Ireland, Romania, Malta, Italy, Austria

Reference number: 2018-1-IE01-KA204-038808

Period: 01.10.2018 – 30.09.2020

The aim of the THRIVE project is to combine the principles, methods and techniques of positive psychology, trauma sensitivity, and emotional literacy, and create an open-access online course for educators working with early school leavers (ESLs). The course will help educators to increase their competencies in addressing the priority emotional and social learning needs of ESLs, and help these vulnerable young people gain the skills they need to benefit from education, training and employment opportunities.

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The Association for Education and Sustainable Development announces for 2021 the launch of a 2 new projects funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus + program, Special Call for creativity projects:

Building cultural intelligence and raising awareness of diversity through artistic disciplines (ACT IT OUT)

RecyclArt: projectual creative recycling to payback the environment

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