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Eastern Europe
Italy
Nothern Europe
Southern Europe
Western Europe

Areas: Education

Connected parents






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Croatia

Areas: Agriculture, Agroindustry and Fishery

Culture and Multimedia

Education

EU LAB - Interactive workshops on preparation and management of EU funded projects for the regional development in the Centre for EU and International Cooperation.

Keywords: EU projects, education for local and regional civil servants, Tourism and Culture, infrastructures, SMEs, Agriculture and Rural development

In autumn 2015, Istria Region launched a cycle of workshops on EU funded project covering four main topics and targeted to the Croatian stakeholders (civil servants from local and regional authorities, SMEs, students and experts in EU projects).

The workshop were organised in the framework of the project AdriGov (IPA Adriatic CBC Programme) at the Center for EU and International Cooperation in Bale (Croatia) which was established by the Istria Region to train the stakeholders of the Adriatic area. The center has covered a wide range of different workshops, trainings and seminars in the last 3 years.

The cycle of education “EU LAB - European Laboratory” arranged in Pula in October and November 2015 consisted in four workshops covering the following themes:

1.EU-Funded Projects in the sectors of Tourism and Culture;
2.EU-Funded major and infrastructure projects;
3.EU-Funded Projects for SMEs;
4.EU-Funded Projects in the sector of Agriculture and Rural development.

The cycle of education had the aim to improve the knowledge and skills of representatives of the involved local and regional authorities in the scope of EU funds. The LAB consisted in practical examples from different funding programmes with practical exercises and opened discussions among trainers and participants.

The thematic areas have been identified as the most important for the regional development for the Istria Region.

All the workshop took place in two days, involving a total number of 90 participants.

Specifically the four workshops can be described as following:

1) Workshop “EU-Funded Projects in the sectors of Tourism and Culture”
The aim of this workshop was to introduce the specific EU instruments and programmes in the field of culture and tourism, analyzing the funding opportunities of various EU funds and through examples of concrete projects and good practices already implemented. The workshop was attended by 28 participants from the local authorities, associations, agencies, public institutions civil society of the Region.

2) Workshop “EU-Funded major and infrastructure projects”
The second workshop took place on 26 October 2015 at the Center for EU and international co-operation in Bale. It approached the topic of infrastructure projects and their necessary documentation touching also the topic of the major projects. It was attended by 18 participants.

3) Workshop “EU-Funded Projects for SMEs”
The third workshop took place on 29 and 30 October 2015 at the Center for EU and international co-operation in Bale. The workshop presented the EU policies which support the entrepreneurship, different EU programmes, measures and opportunities for SMEs.
The workshop addressed also some specifics projects for small and medium enterprises. Specific EU programmes have been introduced and analyzed in details. The different funding opportunities was presented to the participants (entrepreneurs, development agencies, chamber of commerce). The workshops were attended by nearly 16 participants from the public and the private sector.

4) Workshop on EU-Funded Projects in the sector of Agriculture and Rural development.
The last workshop of EU LAB on EU projects took place on 5 and 6 November 2015 in the Centre for EU and international co-operation in Bale. The theme was the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), the rural development and the EU opportunities for the agricultural sector in general. The workshop was designed in such a way: the first day was entirely addressed to the public sector, while the second day was mainly targeted to the private sector. The workshop was attended by 28 participants.





Country:
Albania
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Greece
Italy
Montenegro

Areas: Education

International Relationships and EU Projects

Training courses on Human Rights

Keywords: EU projects, education for local and regional civil servants, NGOs and civil society, Human Rights.

In April 2014, the University "Cà Foscari" – Venice (Italy) launch a cycle of training (8 training seminars) on Human Rights, commissioned by the Veneto Region (Italy) and targeted to the partners of the project AdriGov (Adriatic Governance Operational Plan) an international project financed by the IPA Adriatic Cross border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013.

The cycle of education was mainly targeted to regional and local organizations, such as NGOs and public authorities, interested in a better understanding of the theme also because they were working with migrants.

In Croatia, the seminars were held in Dubrovnik on 22-23 May 2014 and in Pula (Istria) on 3-4 July 2014, targeted to regional stakeholders and NGOs.
Both seminars took place in two days, involving a total number of 30 participants. The lessons was in English and the teachers was from the University “Ca Foscari” of Venice.

The theme of the first day was: "United Nations and protection of fundamental rights". (overview of historical and legal evolution of international law on human rights, political and legal control mechanisms within the UN, Council for Human Rights and "treaty bodies). A short video was also presented. Teacher provided an overview of the instruments of human rights protection for minors and refugees. Other topics covered were: torture, discrimination against women, racial discrimination, migrants, rights of people with disabilities.

The third session was dedicated to international humanitarian law in general.

The fourth session was about the role of individuals in the international law of human rights. Teacher exposed the two doctrinal positions on the international subjectivity of individuals, focusing on NGOs (definition and role in international organizations).

The theme of the second day was: "The main regional instruments” about European Convention for the Protection of fundamental rights. During the session a video documentary on the activities of the European Court of Human rights "The Conscience of Europe" was showed to the participants.

The other session was focused on the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the system of human rights protection in the European Union, aiming to provide a general framework of principles and EU rules applicable to the protection of human rights and the respective roles of the Court of Justice based in Luxembourg and the European Court of Human Rights based in Strasbourg.
This session ended with open questions about the accession into the European Union. In the last session teacher spoke about migration and asylum protection in the Mediterranean (legal basis and instruments in force).





Country:
Western Europe

Areas: Education

International Relationships and EU Projects

Training courses on Multi-level governance

Keywords: EU-funded projects, education for local and regional civil servants, NGOs and civil society

In June 2014, SDA Bocconi School of Management (Italy) kicked off a series of 8 training seminars on multi-level governance, commissioned by the Veneto Region (Italy) and targeted to the partners of the project AdriGov (Adriatic Governance Operational Plan) an international project financed by the IPA Adriatic Cross border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013.

The 8 trainings have been held in the entire cooperation area (Italy, Croatia, Albania, Montenegro, Greece and Bosnia Herzegovina). Specifically in Croatia two seminars were held in Dubrovnik and Pula with the collaboration of the Croatian Regional authorities (Istria County and Dubrovnik Neretva County).

Participants were selected on the basis of criteria determined by all the project partners and Veneto Region were responsible for the definition of contents of training courses.

Veneto Region and SDA Bocconi organized the training courses and all the partners contributed to select the participants and to promote the training courses in their own territories.

The expected result of the entire cycle of seminars was to ensure the staff of project partners develop their theoretical knowledge and practical skills on the issue of multi-level governance.

In Croatia, the seminar were held in Dubrovnik on 4-5 September 2014, targeted to the staff of Regional Development Agency, Dubrovnik County and Dubrovnik InterUniversity Center and in Pula (Istria) on 20-21 October 2014, targeted to regional stakeholders.

In keeping with the preferences expressed by the target group, the seminar focused on organizations can make their point of view taken into account at the European and National level (“upward” multi-level governance).

The seminars were held at Regional Headquarters in Dubrovnik and Pula in four days (two days in each location), designed as follows:

-Day One included, first of all, an introduction to the concept of multi-level governance and its implications, as well as a discussion of the drivers behind its growing relevance. Secondly, participants had the opportunity to reflect on how stakeholder analysis can be purposefully carried out also thanks to a role-play. The role-play served as the starting point to introduce the concept of “framing”.

-Day Two focused, first of all, on how public issues are “framed”. Secondly, participants had the opportunity to reflect on the agenda setting process also thanks to a case discussion. In closing, concepts were wrapped up and a possible methodology to design a successful policy proposal was presented and discussed.





Country:
Croatia

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

Tourism

Practicum course on Cultural Heritage






Country:
Croatia

Areas: Education

International Relationships and EU Projects

Education and trainings about EU-funds in Centre for EU and International Cooperation – project AdriGov

Keywords: EU-funded projects, education for local and regional officers, civil society, NGOs, SMEs, etc..

Within the project AdriGov (Programme IPA CBC ADRIATIC) the Center for EU and International Cooperation was established. In this Center wide range of different workshops, trainings and seminars were held.
These events had the aim to improve the knowledge and skills of representatives of the involved local and regional authorities in the scope of EU funds. Trough the organized events the capacity to implement EU financial instruments – in particular related to the EU Cohesion Policy - through relevant training programmes and effective process of know-how transfer was improved.
The theory was illustrated by practical examples from different funding programs with exercises. The thematic areas were: Project Cycle Management Methodology; Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund, Strategic planning for regional development; The 2014 – 2020 programming period: challenges ahead; Structural funds “Increasing economic activity and competitiveness of SMEs”; E.U. Programmes for the 2014-2020”; EU Programme for Education; Structural Fund Projects 2014-2020“ and many others.





Country:
Croatia

Areas: Education

My career in the hospitality and tourism






Country:
Romania

Areas: Education

E-Quality System for schools in the South-Muntenia and South-West Oltenia






Country:
Romania

Areas: Education

Development of digital literacy among pupils in secondary education by innovative means






Country:
Romania

Areas: Education

CONSEL - counseling students for a smooth transition from school to active life






Country:
Romania

Areas: Education

Social -humanities competencies for the labor market in the South-West Oltenia






Country:
Romania

Areas: Education

Successful career in university education through the implementation of innovative training programs!






Country:
Southern Europe

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

Tourism

Seminar on employment regarding cultural heritage

Keywords: culture-cultural heritage- employment-exhibition spaces

During the first session different issues were dealt with. The first approach considered was the relationship between museums and heritage, in particular the issue of strategic planning, taking as an example for this purpose the model followed by the Museo Provincial of Málaga. The second conference related to possible architectural interventions in exhibition spaces; the third talk discussed on the importance and ways of functioning of interactive museums and their specificities. Finally the fourth talk dealt with communication strategies used by cultural institutions: how to analyze, elaborate, design, develop, plan, advise and assess.
As far as the second session is concerned, the case of an exhibition commissioner was analyzed. Also the ways of managing itinerant exhibitions and employment modalities were equally explained.
Finally, the idea of corporative image, communication tools and public image of cultural institutions in general, and museum in particular, were analyzed, as well as the new role played by TICs, social networks and innovation as far as culture, heritage and tourism are concerned.





Country:
Eastern Europe

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

ICT, Telecommunications and Communication

Services - Commercial and Marketing

Introduction to webdoc

Keywords: computer literate-internet-web-internet documentary-on line documentary-broadcasting

The course dealt with webdoc as a new tool for employment and a new business line from an introductory point of view. It focused on interactive webdoc, new employment possibilities in this sector and an update as far as the audiovisual production sector is concerned from a global point of view. The course was taught by a documentary film director and director of a film production company.
Theoretical sessions touched upon the following issues:
1. Introduction: state of the art concerning interactive documentary at a national and international level.
2. Main trends in this area.
3. The WebDoc in Spain
4. Creative and technological development
5. Interactive documentary as a new business line
6. Possibilities of financing WbDoc projects
7. Practical sessions (3)





Country:
Spain

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

ICT, Telecommunications and Communication

Services - Commercial and Marketing

Services - General

Course on teaching how to become a trainer, an on-line trainer and a training manager

Keywords: education for trainers-training on line- training manager- training planification- presential teachin- on line teaching

The course is structured into three different parts. The first part is devoted to the goal of teaching trainers. In this regard the programme approaches a number of key topics: a) elements related to educational background design and learning process; b) levels of intervention as far as learning process' plannig is concerned; c) realtionship between learning and work; d) selection of didactic resources; e)autonomous learning and its supervision; f) strategies for market orientation of the learned contents; f) elaboration of a learning/teaching plan; g) self-employment; h) woring team formation and motivation.

The second group of aspects (teaching trainers) dealt with are the following: a)e-learning processes and elements included; b) activities to be carried out by a e-learning processes and ways of evaluating them; c) outlook, email, websites, on-line platforms, interfaces and social networks.

The third group of aspects deals with: a) organization of information; b) managing training projects and programmes; c) evaluating training programmes and projects; d) marketing of the contents learned/to be learned.





Country:
Western Europe

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

Campaign "good treatment" against gender violence

Keywords: gender violence-mistreatment-violence against women- good practices against gender violence-

The course is carried out through weekly sessions with young people over 18. The main tool used is theatre, so the participants are given some basic tools in order to produce a theatre play. Once the play is conceived they keep on rehearsal for a number of session. Then the story is finally played before the audience. Therefore the course consist of a theatre workshop which runs all along the academic year. Sessions take place once per week. Two institutions co-operate in this vocational training: the University of Málaga and NGO Al-Sur. It is a unique preventive activity.
They start with a detailed observation of the surrounding reality and then an in-depth analysis of this scourge. On the basis of the results and conclusions attained they will write the play.
It is a collective job: all participants exchange their points of view<, they collectively decide the main topic for the play and proceed to write the play also collectively. The fact of using theater as a tool is a very innovative idea. Those taking part in this workshop are engaged in an experience that make them to travel from mistreatment and violence to best practices in good treatment as far as gender equality is concerned. Participants are in charge of writing a theatre play and of doing the necessary rehearsal in order to finally play it in a professional theatre of the city of Málaga.





Country:
Eastern Europe

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

course on vocal techniques and choral music

Keywords: music-choral music-vocal techniques-singing-vocal training

The course was developped along two days (Friday evening and Saturday morning) and it took 12 hours. Only 50 candidates were accepted, although there was a big demand.
Theoretical as well as practical sessions took place.The contents were distributed as follows:
1. Relaxation, breathing and vocal sounds production
2. Correct ways of producing and articulating the voice
3. Different kind of voices. Ways of classifying them.
4. Vooal possibilities of each voice
5. Interpretation of a chosen vocal repertoire
Although theretical explanations were included in the course, methodology was eminently practical, uniting individual vocal work and practice and colective vocal work. Practical exercises of vocal techniques were profusely used.





Country:
Spain

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

Creativity in infant school classrooms

Keywords: infant school-children education-creativity in children's education- children's creativity

There is a worry as far as infant education in Spain is concerned: how to improve results of these youngest students but, first of all, how to prepare their minds in order them to be more productive in the next educational stages.
In this regard the course starts with an introduction to the concept of creativity and its very positive potential effects when applied to education, in particular to earlier stages of the educational process. Participants are, therefore, taught about the concept of creativity either from a theoretical and from a practical point of view.
The course addresses the issue of what is meant by "creative infant school", considering in this vein not only the different existing theories but also which kind of practices can be followed in order to transform infant school in a truly creative school.
The third group of sessions deals with the concept of "creative curricula". In this regard, these sessions approach the next educational stages and to which extent creativity developped in infant school provides the child with practical techniques able to model his or her mind in order to better grasp more elaborated concepts in later learning stages. Departing from this reasoning, some sessions approach how to build up a creative curricula either for the student (child) and for the teacher.
Finally, the fourth group of sessions deals with promoting creativity in infant school through the application of new information and comunication technologies and innovative techniques as far as teachers' curricula is concerned.





Country:
Spain

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

Tourism

Introduction to Flamenco

Keywords: culture-flamenco-music-dancing-Andalusia- Andalusian culture

The course main purpose was to introduce flamenco as an art expression to all participants. In this regard its programme approached some preliminary concepts to be learnt in order to understand this cultural phenomenon. Departing from this point, sessions held dealt with the following topics:
- Defining Flamenco and Flamenco Science (Flamencología)
- History and origins of flamenco music and flamenco culture, as well as influences along history on this art expression; myths traditionally and historically associated to flamenco
- Different flamenco musical forms: aspects with regard to melody and with regard to rythm
- Songs coming from from general floklore and songs coming from specific kind of jobs
- Different styles concerning two particular forms of flamenco songs: the "soleá" and the "seguiriya"
- Different styles concerning two particular forms of flamenco songs: the "tango", the "tanguillos" and other derived flamenco musical forms
- Different styles concerning one particular form of flamenco songs, the "fandango": "malagueñas"; "granadinas" and "songs from Levante (east)"
- Different styles of flamenco songs and flamenco music related to Latin America and other Spanish areas different from Andalusia
- Final workshop: live music: performance of flamenco guitar music and flamenco singing.





Country:
Eastern Europe
Italy
Nothern Europe
Southern Europe
Western Europe

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

The Mobiliy Manager






Country:
Italy

Areas: Crafts

Education

The Atelierista






Country:
Italy

Areas: Culture and Multimedia

Education

Italian courses for foreign people






Country:
Cyprus

Areas: Education

How Do Arts and Performances Prevent or Reduce Crime?







Areas: Education

Stop motion for social distortion in academical atmosphere






Country:
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Areas: Education

how to cope with early school drops




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