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News from the Skills for Life Erasmus+ Project

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Since the kick-off of the Skills for Life Project, an initiative co-funded by the European Union and the Goethe-Institut, the project consortium has been busy over the last few months: following the lead of our partner Scoala de Valori (Romania), an online self-assessment questionnaire for youngsters was developed, which ju Read more

What to expect from the Erasmus+ corner?

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As 2021 marks the starting year of a new funding period of the multi-annual EU-budget, many new and exciting projects are to be expected under the umbrella of the Erasmus+ programme! Read more

Skills4Life Testing Launched in Apulia and Basilicata

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The Erasmus+ project SKILLS4LIFE, which aims to provide teachers with the guidance tools and skills for “Life Design” for young people aged between 13 and 14, launched its first pilot activities in Apulia and Basilicata. Read more

StartNet meets the Production District Puglia Creativa

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StartNet meets the Production District Puglia Creativa, the network that gathers more than 150 cultural and creative businesses and institution in Apulia. Read more

Strengthening educational communities – Or.Co. project

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Tackling educational poverty means, above all, strengthening the communities that surround children, starting with schools, families, associations, local and public institutions, parishes and businesses. Read more

Relaunching young people's prospects in Italy: a comparison with the German system

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In order to emerge stronger from a year-long pandemic that has exacerbated the country's socio-economic situation, we should focus on putting young people first. We can better prepare them for the current job market by focusing on the technical and transversal skills needed to tackle complexity and the ongoing digital transformation. Read more

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