Our projects are supported by a strong network of European organisations working on social care, inclusion and education.
Since 2014 our institution has been actively involved within the Erasmus Plus Program implementing different projects to improve the abilities of young people and to integrate collectives in risk of social exclusion. We have also developed projects in the field of key competences, developing online courses for the promotion of digital competences.
Our institution has also carried out mobility projects for the teachers belonging to our centre.
It's You is an amazing eu project to promote the sense of community and increase the processes of participation (online and offline). The project works in particular with YWs involved in intercultural education.
This project is addressed to visually impaired people (VIPs) and aims to support their inclusion and integration through employment, while also promoting active citizenship and lifelong learning.
The Project “DiversityCapacities (DivCap)” aims to support and promote inclusion and diversity in adult education. It aims at a comprehensive approach which involves the adult education centre as a whole, not only the classroom setting
The purpose of STIT project is to enhance both teachers and students: the teachers who need compasses, tools and environment to operate at their best in the contemporary reality and students so that they can put the world they belong to (the technological one) at the service of their learning, with their skills and practices.
The main objective of this project is to support, through learning, the professional and personal development of women with disabilities in Europe and beyond, thus contributing to sustainable growth, quality jobs and social cohesion, promoting innovation and strengthening the European identity and active citizenship.
The main aim of the project ADD@ME, is to develop an innovative, digital and adapted EU model to foster the active participation and social inclusion of young people with visual impairments engaging them as Ambassadors of Diversity and non-Discrimination.
The overall goal of Work for Inclusion is to increase the number of employed young people with Down syndrome in employment across Europe and to promote their active citizenship, along with the development of key competencies for lifelong learning.