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Main

Our main objective is to develop projects and networks that build sustainable European and Euregional partnerships which improve the quality of life of EU citizens. We therefore make available the main outputs of our projects to our clients and the wider public through our website.


Learning Community

Learning Community aimed to improve migrants’ access to and use of lifelong learning opportunities in vocational and adult education by dismantling structural barriers and empowering the target group. The project therefore developed an innovative approach aiming to strengthen the empowerment of migrants and to develop tailor-made services and materials for adult learners.


Hattrick

The Hattrick project “Football-Learning-Integration” utilizes the potential of sports activities – especially football – as an instrument to minimise these risks. Hattrick seeks to engage socially disadvantaged young men – especially young male migrants – in educational activities by reaching them in the football clubs. Football clubs are explored as possible new places of learning.

Partners included: die Berater® (AT), BUPNET (DE), Centrum voor Europese Studies en Opleidingen (NL), CENTRO STUDI ED INITIATIVE EUROPEO (IT), SCOP ADREP (RO), Euroinform, Doncaster College (UK).

The HATTRICK project delivered two main project outputs:

1. Trainer Brochure: Manual for the Coach Educator – This manual is a document for trainers, teachers or adult educators working with football coaches to qualify them to conduct HATTRICK workshops and HATTRICK activities with their football team. This is to enable their development as facilitator and supporter of the players in their acquisition and further development of integration and social skills.

2. Player Brochure: Manual for FootbaLLL Workshops – This manual sets out the design of the FootbaLLL workshops and offers a Toolkit for the FootbaLLL Workshops.

3. Toolkit for FootbaLLL Workshops – Games and Exercises – This Toolkit includes a number of games and exercises to use with the target group.


Exact

Good practices already exist, but have to be prepared (tested, finalized and standardized) for the broad utilization by organizations and professionals working with difficult target groups all over Europe. A Centre of Excellence in the field of lifelong learning was established in EXACT, leaning on the experience and developed expertise from former European projects under Grundtvig, Leonardo, Socrates, Youth and Minerva.


Devoted

DEVOTED is the first step towards a European Centre of Excellence and aims at collecting existing good practices in the following thematic fields:


Eguidya

EGUIDYA developed transferable strategies and structures to open up and durably manage transnational work-related exchange for socio-economically disadvantaged young adults outside of compulsory education. The following partners were included:


Act-net

ACT-NET was a multilateral project funded by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme in the years 2009 and 2010. In the framework of ACT-NET transnational a group of European experts and practitioners worked on the evaluation of informal learning. ACT-NET developed methodology, instruments and easy to use web-based software (LEVEL5) especially for those stakeholders who work with “non-mainstreaming” and disadvantaged target groups.

The project consortium included the following partners:


Intercoop

Having as central theme the voluntary sector, Intercoop explored and gained insights about the status quo in this sector in the three participating countries: Italy, The Netherlands and Turkey. Special attention was paid to three related subthemes in which each of the partners had its specialization or interest. More specific the Intercoop project explored and investigated fund raising, voluntary services and leadership from the perspective of volunteers and organizations working with volunteers.

The project delivered the Booklet on Voluntary Work, Fund Raising and Leadership


Soccer

The general aim of the SOCCER project was to contribute to a higher level of democracy through action research and data gathering and to bring together and to improve examples of good practice. The following objectives were identified within SOCCER


ACT!

The project ACT (Active Citizenship Training), funded by the European Commission from 2005 to 2007, aimed at evidencing the impact of informal learning on Active Citizenship competences. For this central purpose a comprehensive evaluation system was developed especially taking into account the demands of grass-root organisations that deliver citizenship competences to non-mainstreaming societal target groups.

Previous projects

Main

Our main objective is to develop projects and networks that build sustainable European and Euregional partnerships which improve the quality of life of EU citizens. We therefore make available the main outputs of our projects to our clients and the wider public through our website.


Learning Community

Learning Community aimed to improve migrants’ access to and use of lifelong learning opportunities in vocational and adult education by dismantling structural barriers and empowering the target group. The project therefore developed an innovative approach aiming to strengthen the empowerment of migrants and to develop tailor-made services and materials for adult learners.


Hattrick

The Hattrick project “Football-Learning-Integration” utilizes the potential of sports activities – especially football – as an instrument to minimise these risks. Hattrick seeks to engage socially disadvantaged young men – especially young male migrants – in educational activities by reaching them in the football clubs. Football clubs are explored as possible new places of learning.

Partners included: die Berater® (AT), BUPNET (DE), Centrum voor Europese Studies en Opleidingen (NL), CENTRO STUDI ED INITIATIVE EUROPEO (IT), SCOP ADREP (RO), Euroinform, Doncaster College (UK).

The HATTRICK project delivered two main project outputs:

1. Trainer Brochure: Manual for the Coach Educator – This manual is a document for trainers, teachers or adult educators working with football coaches to qualify them to conduct HATTRICK workshops and HATTRICK activities with their football team. This is to enable their development as facilitator and supporter of the players in their acquisition and further development of integration and social skills.

2. Player Brochure: Manual for FootbaLLL Workshops – This manual sets out the design of the FootbaLLL workshops and offers a Toolkit for the FootbaLLL Workshops.

3. Toolkit for FootbaLLL Workshops – Games and Exercises – This Toolkit includes a number of games and exercises to use with the target group.


Exact

Good practices already exist, but have to be prepared (tested, finalized and standardized) for the broad utilization by organizations and professionals working with difficult target groups all over Europe. A Centre of Excellence in the field of lifelong learning was established in EXACT, leaning on the experience and developed expertise from former European projects under Grundtvig, Leonardo, Socrates, Youth and Minerva.


Devoted

DEVOTED is the first step towards a European Centre of Excellence and aims at collecting existing good practices in the following thematic fields:


Eguidya

EGUIDYA developed transferable strategies and structures to open up and durably manage transnational work-related exchange for socio-economically disadvantaged young adults outside of compulsory education. The following partners were included:


Act-net

ACT-NET was a multilateral project funded by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme in the years 2009 and 2010. In the framework of ACT-NET transnational a group of European experts and practitioners worked on the evaluation of informal learning. ACT-NET developed methodology, instruments and easy to use web-based software (LEVEL5) especially for those stakeholders who work with “non-mainstreaming” and disadvantaged target groups.

The project consortium included the following partners:


Intercoop

Having as central theme the voluntary sector, Intercoop explored and gained insights about the status quo in this sector in the three participating countries: Italy, The Netherlands and Turkey. Special attention was paid to three related subthemes in which each of the partners had its specialization or interest. More specific the Intercoop project explored and investigated fund raising, voluntary services and leadership from the perspective of volunteers and organizations working with volunteers.

The project delivered the Booklet on Voluntary Work, Fund Raising and Leadership


Soccer

The general aim of the SOCCER project was to contribute to a higher level of democracy through action research and data gathering and to bring together and to improve examples of good practice. The following objectives were identified within SOCCER


ACT!

The project ACT (Active Citizenship Training), funded by the European Commission from 2005 to 2007, aimed at evidencing the impact of informal learning on Active Citizenship competences. For this central purpose a comprehensive evaluation system was developed especially taking into account the demands of grass-root organisations that deliver citizenship competences to non-mainstreaming societal target groups.