CULTURAL AND ARTS ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ADULT EDUCATION (CREATION)
The intention through the CREATION project is to explore the theoretical roots, pedagogical approaches, and practical training in, and for cultural entrepreneurship. CREATION especially supports women from underrepresented groups, including migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, in building entrepreneurial skills in particular on cultural and arts entrepreneurship.
A research-based framework will support women to map out innovative cultural entrepreneurship skills. Interactive training resources will support adult educators and migrant workers in strengthening crucial entrepreneurial skills of these underrepresented female entrepreneurs.
Countries involved: Portugal, Cyprus, Italy, Greece, Ireland, and German
The project objective is to increase pupils’ skills and competences in 21st century skills with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as the framework. This will be done by developing online learning materials and modules for pupils between 10 and 15 years, aiming to improve their understanding of current societal issues, i.e. environment, circular economy etc. The digital materials will focus on developing critical thinking skills, creativity, problem solving skills and digital competencies such as media literacy in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The partnership aims to challenge the pupils to come up with new solutions, work together, co-create and think critically both about how the issues of the world have arisen and how they can contribute to a solution. Combining 21st century skills and UN SDG’s provides a perfect opportunity for pupils to develop critical thinking, problem solving, entrepreneurship and digital competences while working with real world issues such as pollution, water contamination, equality, etc.
Countries involved: Denmark, Cyprus, Italy, Latvia, Portugal, The Republic of North Macedonia.
The objective of the Artistic Licence project is to use a unique blend of different performing arts disciplines to develop bespoke training resources that support key competence acquisition among the growing marginalised adult and migrant communities in Europe.
To achieve this partners will consider the in-service training needs of educators to enable them harness the full potential of these alternative methodological approaches.
The general objective of the UNWIND project is to provide young people, both in employment and seeking employment, with accessible opportunities to build the necessary skill-sets to cope with and manage work-related stress and to build sustainable careers in today’s dynamic economy.
The project is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union and brings together organisations from Cyprus, Czech Republic, Poland, Finland, Ireland and the United Kingdom.