EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. The “BERA – Basic Education for Roma Adults” project was developed to enable Roma adults and Roma families to gain access to basic education more easily. To gain results, the organisers reached out to a crucial target group.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. Even though new technologies are key to social integration in the modern world, few students have the opportunity to use them in their full potential in Tunisia. This project helps teachers support the active citizenship skills of their students.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. STOL – Science Through Our Lives – is a Portuguese project targeting groups that rarely participate in learning. The learning methods and models have been formulated based on the individual target groups’ needs.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. Making the Connection projects aims to introduce new technologies into correctional jurisdictions in Australia. Thanks to the project, the proportion of eligible inmates engaged with higher education has risen in the area.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. As globalisation, ICT growth and the overwhelming inflow of new goods are becoming more demanding for customers, the need for financial education grows. The Home Budget Management project is targeting people with limited skills in financial matters and planning.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. Over the last two decades, Portugal has been experiencing problems such as unemployment and early retirement, which have caused an increase in unoccupied leisure time for young and old adults. Thus, the idea of the Promotion and Sustainability of Adult and Elderly Education Project – Workshop 55+ is to transform adults' free time into opportunities for learning and human development, particularly in rural areas.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. Including migrant people who are economically inactive in education is necessary for their successful integration. Thanks to the Vocational Language for Care and New Opportunities for Migrants (V.O.L.C.A.N.O.) project, carried out by partner institutions from Norway, the UK, Germany, Italy, and Croatia, learning pathways are developed and tested for refugees so that they can acquire the primary language of their host country to enter the health and social care sector.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. The Creativity and Growth “Vi På Vrangen” project helps people who face challenges in regard to mental/physical endurance, low self-esteem and teamwork. This is often a result of psychological challenges or diagnoses and it will prevent them from participating in new communities and learning situations.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. In Ireland, a new program was created to help people with disabilities deal with stress. The John Sullivan Centre decided to put soft methods, such as yoga and mindfulness classes in the center of their teaching method.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2017. In India, Indonesia and Philippines, childhood marriages of girls are frequent. To empower vulnerable girls from these marginalised communities, the Abhivyakti Media for Development project offers support to rural adolescent girls through the provision of a personalised education.