PAST PROJECTS

Creative and Safe Use
of Social Networks
This Erasmus+ project was born to promote a safe, respectful and creative use of social networks in young people. Through digital education, technological applications and approach to concepts such as cyberbullying or nomophobia, 25 youth workers met to methodologies and didactic techniques

E-QUA

E-QUA (Erasmus QUAlity hosting Framework) was aimed at improving the quality of students’ mobility experience through the understanding of the culture and the traditions of the hosting country through non-formal and informal education.

ADeAPTIVE
A transnational project aiming at improving and implementing innovative learning ecosystems where students can find a student-centred learning paradigm and professors can benefit from easy-to-use online platforms with automatic evaluation systems to make teaching more efficient.

Message to Europeans 3.0

A project awarded to EucA and partners in the framework programme Europe for Citizens to rewrite a new European narrative. The project was carried out through 6 events in 6 different countries in which young people were engaged in several activities like simulations, mock trials and British Parliamentary debates.

DISSENT. CONSCIENCE, AND THE WALL (DCW)

A project run in collaboration with the Netherhall Educational Association. ​DCW encouraged dialogue and cooperation between young people from more than 10 EU Member States, as they explored the history of their freedoms before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

IDOMENI Social Business Challenge
a project in which 30 students from 4 different countries challenged themselves to develop a business plan and a website for Naomi, a greek NGO that offers fair job opportunities to the refugees of the Idomeni Refugee Camp.

 

eLene4work

Focused on soft skills, their definition, measure and implementation by students. Eleven partners from around Europe carried out different actions with one main objective: help young people develop the soft skills to apply to the labour market. 

ModEs
ModES (Modernisation of higher education through soft skills accreditation) aimed to create a university education oriented to the needs and requests of companies. The objective was to enrich the students' profile with new employment-oriented competencies and have a higher match between graduates’ profile and job-market requests.