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This Key Action of the Erasmus+ programme supports:

  • Partnerships for Cooperation, including Cooperation Partnerships and Small-scale Partnerships;

  •  Partnerships for Excellence, including Centres for Vocational Excellence and Erasmus Mundus Action;

  •  Partnerships for Innovation, including Alliances and Forward-looking projects;

  •  Capacity Building projects in the fields of higher education, vocational education and training, youth and sport;

  •  Not-for-profit European sports events.



"Green all together"


This project led by Istanbul University's idea stems from Environmental problems and Climate change and aims to raise environmental awareness through the creation and use of Eco-friendly products. What we work towards is the adoption of Green behaviours and assuming Responsibility for the climate crisis by young people and people in general.

The partnership consists of 6 partners: Istanbul University, Nishantashi University, ICDET, CRD - SEE, ADEFIS JI, and Inercia Digital, from 4 countries: Turkiye, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Spain.

"Social Media Literacy for #WOMENRIGHTS"

The project led by Adefis JI aims to create an unequal society, strengthening the capacity of organizations working in the field of gender equality and domestic violence through training on Social Media skills, gender equality and women’s rights.

The partnership consists of 6 partners from Bulgaria, Thailand, Cabo Verde, Dominican Republic, Indonesia and Spain



"Gender Watch"


What this project seeks to foster and encourage is to advocate for gender equality through the use of media and by training youth workers on how they can better report, showcase and promote gender equality through the biggest mediums and communication channels they use for their everyday job. Our project addresses gender as an equality issue, with a positive approach to diminish the negative stereotypes and discrimination related to sex and/or gender.

The partnership consists of 5 partners from Georgia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Moldova and Spain.

"Standing up 2 FGM"


“Standing up 2 FGM” is an inclusive and participatory project that aims in strengthening the capacities of Tunisian youth workers and NGOs in work with FGM. For reaching the foreseen project goals we have proposed a methodology for the execution of all planned activities.

The partnership consists of 6 partners from Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Germany, the UK, N.Macedonia and Bulgaria


"Enhancing new-age Skills for Adults"


The project aimed to promote the use of ICT in combination with soft skills techniques in adult learning focusing on ICT tools for distance learning, on the basis of exchanging good practices between the partners and in response to the priorities of the Programme.

The partnership consists of 4 partners from North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Portugal and Spain

"(i)Migration+action=global reaction"

The project led by ICDET focuses on 2 main issues – immigration-related issues in connection to the refugee crisis, trigger factors, legislation for migrants, sharing know-how on work with migrants and second–emigration and youth unemployment, and training participating organizations in developing possibilities for employability. The project offers strong know-how of the main problems, possible solutions, and best practices around Europe. 

The partnership consists of 7 partners from Bulgaria, Germany, Estonia, Spain, Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Kenya


"European response in migration and integration"


 An inclusive and participatory project that aims in strengthening the capacities of Georgian youth workers and NGOs in the work and integration of migrants. The project will build strong relationships between organizations in Europe and Georgia, will enhance cooperation and exchange of good practices and will develop skills and competencies in the field of policy development.

The partnership consists of 6 partners from Georgia, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany and Spain

"Sustainable Measures for Advanced Research and Training"

Project's main aim is to encourage the setting up of organic production enterprises and to encourage the entrepreneurship spirit in people. It is the idea not only to motivate adults but also to help them in understanding the main reasons, present them with all aspects in order to have in mind the actual situation and the cause for this initiative, as well as the expected results and outcomes from taking such step, by bringing them closer to a sustainable model of production.

The partnership consists of 5 partners from N. Macedonia, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia and Spain


"Computer Literacy for the new age"


 With the idea of fostering new and better working places for adults, as well as making them feel more comfortable in the environment itself, we came up with the idea to prepare a project where adults can gain overall computer literacy and IT skills, with further tendencies to be more adaptable (acceptable) on the labour market.

The partnership consists of 5 partners from N. Macedonia, Estonia, Bulgaria, Portugal and Spain

"Cheese and Wine and Tourism will shine! - Support to young cheese and wine sommeliers from the EU "

The main goal of the project Wine and Cheese is to promote in general the importance of rural tourism (and appropriate education models) with a primary focus on the authenticity of the wine and cheese culture at each level of society in the participating countries.

The partnership consists of 4 partners from N. Macedonia, Bulgaria, Portugal and Spain


"Agro-youth entrepreneurship and pan-European cooperation"


 The project aims to develop the capacities of youth workers in relation to social entrepreneurship, the development of the business plan and the personal development of entrepreneurs, working with IT tools and web platforms.

The partnership consists of 3 partners from Georgia, Bulragia, N. Macedonia  and Spain

“Development of capacities for work with (i)migrants” 

Project tackling one of the biggest issues facing migration today. The International Organization for Migration calls Europe and Asia the most dangerous destination for irregular migration in the world, and the Asian water routes and the Mediterranean as the world's most dangerous border crossings. Yet despite the escalating human toll, organizations working in this area are having difficulties in getting skills and capacities developed as a way to respond to its current migrant influx, in order to work on protecting the rights of migrants and refugees.

The partnership consists of 4 partners from N. Macedonia, Bulgaria, Germany and Indonesia

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