Proyectos Erasmus+

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Con participación de la Universidad de Málaga

  • COP4HL Community of Practice for Healthy Lifestyle

    Promoting healthy ageing, and specifically a healthy and active lifestyle, is one of the biggest social and economic challenges facing the EU.

  • Erasmus Without Paper 2.0

    The Erasmus Without Paper project aims to create a network that supports the electronic exchange of exchange student data and documents by interconnecting higher education institutions and their student information systems.

  • esCO: e-Academy for SCO in Palestine

    The aim of this project is to develop the capacity and enhance the human skills of Palestinian academics, recent graduates and technicians to support the establishment and operations of smart cities (SCO) in Palestine and thereby reduce unemployment.

  • Eldi Care

    Europe is ageing: by 2080, one third of the population will be over 65, which means a growing need for skilled carers, both to support their own elderly relatives and to provide a professional workforce for this demand in the private sector.

  • Arguments Against Aggression

    The overall aim of the Arguments Against Aggression project is to equip citizens with communication and argumentation skills that they can use in social networking sites or real-life interactions when confronted with aggressive, racist or xenophobic messages, inequalities and gender-based violence.

  • ReCreaDe

    Democracy and diversity are key priorities for ReCreaDe, in particular the relationship between democracy and diversity in the context of education. ReCreaDe recognises that diversity is a fundamental premise for democracy and the inability to engage positively with diversity is the inability to act democratically.

  • ARTCademy "Arts and Crafts Academy"

    Crafts represent a valuable European heritage that must be protected and nurtured. To this end, it is necessary to preserve the knowledge and skills of traditional and guild crafts, as well as to ensure the economic and commercial viability of these enterprises, enabling their professionals to make a living from them.

  • Click Clever: Social Education for Digital Tardives

    CLICK CLEVER brings together a consortium of 8 partners from 5 European countries (Belgium, France, Greece, Italy and Spain), and is led by the Centro Provinciale Istruzione Adulti of Lecce.

  • European Master’s in Technology for Translation and Interpreting (EM TTI)

    The aim is to establish a new Masters programme, the European Masters in Technology for Translation and Interpreting, coordinated by the University of Wolverhampton, which aims to produce specialists in the use of cutting-edge technology for translation and interpreting.

  • D-Cult

    The overall objective is to facilitate the cultural integration of new European citizens, i.e. refugees and migrants, and to increase their understanding of European history and culture and, at the same time, their communication and IT skills.

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