Qualifying the New Generations
Qualitatively improving of qualifications
“Global Learning for Change in EYD2015 and Beyond: European Youth Engagement from school gardens to sustainable food systems”
Its main goal is to raise the levels of consciousness and involvement of European citizens in the area of sustainable development, especially food security and sovereignty.
The project is co-financed by the European Comission’s EuropeAid programme and covers 14 countries: Austria, Burkina Faso, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Senegal, Slovenia, and Spain.
Too young to fail
An effort in preventing school failure and dropouts that involves 5 countries: Spain, Italy, Holland, Portugal, and the UK. The project’s main goal is providing teachers and educators in general with a synthesis of effective techniques for fighting early school leaving in an European context. The project is financed by the European Comission’s ERASMUS+ programme and has an estimated duration of 24 months (closing in mid-2016).
21st Century European Classrooms: Meeting the challenges of the digital era with innovation and creativity
This project brings 6 countries (Bulgary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain and the UK) together in an endeavour to furnish school classrooms with new skills regarding the use of digital technologies for communication and information. The project is financed by the European Comission’s ERASMUS+ programme and has an estimated duration of 24 months (closing in mid-2016).
Programa Gulbenkian Qualificação das Novas Gerações
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Av. de Berna 45-A
Tel: (+351) 217 823 000