Strategic Partnerships aim to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices as well as the implementation of joint initiatives promoting cooperation, peer learning and exchanges of experience at European level.

Bellow you can find a list of Strategic Partnership projects that we are currently participating.

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In Europe youth workers need methods, tools, procedures and guidelines to deal with hate speech and to manage and solve conflicts in sustainable way in their work. In particular they are looking concrete tools for working with youth that use hateful language in youth spaces and concrete methods for hate speech transformation with youngsters with extremist attitudes.

The objective of this project is to collect existing best practices and develop concrete means and tools to tackle hate speech in youth work. The project will increase awareness, information and know-how about hate speech and related phenomena. The project will develop and share concrete means and measures to tackle hate speech in youth work, and build the capacity of youth workers to implement anti hate speech actions in their work. Through the transformative approach to tackling hate speech, the project promotes constructive participation in the society.

This project was supported by Erasmus + programme under reference number 2017-1-FI01-KA205-034627

Strong young minds is a strategic partnership project focused on innovation in education,
proposed and designed by five organisations from Iceland, Spain, Portugal and Romania, from
the fields of mental health and education, supported by the Erasmus + program of the European
Commission.
The main purpose of the project is to create tools and resources for mental health education from the participant countries and to multiply the results among youth workers and
educators at local, national and European level.

The project produced 4 Intellectual Outputs:
• a training curriculum
• a handbook
• a board game
• a series of videos

It’s now on the final stage where last details of each output are being finalised. Soon we will publish all of the outputs and results.

This project was supported by Erasmus + programme under reference number 2016-2-IS02-KA205-001661

Bellow you can find a list of Strategic Partnership projects that are finished.

Learning Map was a long term project implemented by 4 partners from different backgrounds and countries. Ha Moment from Portugal, dedicated to non-formal education for adults. Badgecraft from Lithuania, a technical partner dedicated to the use and accessibility of Open digital Badges as a tool for recognition of competences. UPB from Germany, an university that also works with adult education and VET schools. Pina from Slovenia, expert in communication and media development, and also working with Adult Education.

With this project we worked towards and contributed as organizations to meet the benchmarks and priorities delimited by EU, by creating and developing a tool which tracks the learning process in all educational fields and provides a better way to present training offers and what the learners can gain with it.

You can check more details about this project by clicking here.

This project was supported by Erasmus + programme under reference number 2016-1-PT01-KA204-022846

SK.IN was a project aimed to share and develop educators’ competences and learning methods for skills development and inclusion, addressed especially to low-skills learners or to those with obstacles in education and inclusion in society and job market.

The project arises from the needs of the involved organizations, shared in the planning phase of the project, regarding the development of the key-competences for these learners and improved competences for educators to motivate the learning process and results achievement.

The project used innovate online tools -Open digital badges- to motivate learners and make them aware of their “learning to learn” competence in lifelong learning view.

More info click here.

This project was supported by Erasmus + programme under reference number 2016-1-IT02-KA204-024423