CEPS PROJECTES SOCIALS has designed, implemented, justified and transferred international projects (mainly EU co financed) in the fields of expertise: the fight against discrimination and social exclusion, equal opportunities, training, development of local policies, and innovation in the social field.
In any case, international projects are perceived and experienced as a twofold track: on one hand, they are a source of networking, innovation, knowledge and action, and on the other hand they promote bottom up approaches, letting the voices of the field be heard by bigger institutions.
Some international projects:
The European Union is facing huge challenges related to the digitalization of work. According to the European Commission, only 54% of Europeans aged 16-75 have basic digital skills and 38% of companies report negative impacts in their performance due to the lack of such skills. In an increasingly digitalized environment where over 90% of jobs use digital skills, its importance to remain employable has never been as high. The massive publishing of multimedia digital contents is one of the biggest…Read More »
The aim of the #TUTORBOT project is to design, test and teach trainers on an innovative digital learning tool and methodologies for VET education: a Conversational Agent Technology, mostly known as chatterbot or chatbot, with an ad hoc designed modular learning path to support VET students in their learning process. The project will introduce opportunities for the initial and continuous professional development of VET teachers, trainers and mentors on developing effective digital, open and innovative educational tools and methodologies.…Read More »
The Fomentor Manual is a good practice guide for mentors and would-be mentors to use when advising young people wishing to enter the creative industries (CCIs). Download the guide here. The guide is a result of the Talent Matching Europe project, lead in Barcelona by CEPS Projectes Socials. The project did design, test and validate a new training programme and EQF-aligned standards of competency framework for Vocational Mentors that supports young disadvantaged people in Initial Vocational Education and Training (IVET) in Europe’s Creative and…Read More »
Youth counteracting hate speech towards migrants and minorities through participatory and creative campaigning The #HITproject will develop Hate Interrupter Teams with creative young people and build awareness about digital hate crime and provide strategies to combat it. It targets young people from 14 to 19 years old, who will be key actors to counteract hate speech and behavior towards migrants (HSBM) in their communities, at school or among their peers. The project will develop a new model of European youth empowerment to tackle racism, xenophobia, and…Read More »
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#INTEGRAeu Turning 18 years old is a milestone for a young person. Emotionally, interpersonally and psychologically, however, the transition to adulthood starts long before, and can be prolonged to early or late twenties. Early adulthood involves identity exploration periods, “trying out various life possibilities” towards own volition, “gradually moving towards making enduring decisions” (Arnett, 2000), this is a normal and desirable process. The success of the transition to adulthood highly depends on the connection and supportive guidance of an adult…Read More »