"Community Integration and Cohesion – opening hearts and minds"
This was a two year project funded through LEONARDO Transfer of Innovation strand of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme.
The C.I.C project (Community Integration and Cohesion) project focused on developing methods to promote integration and cohesion amongst adult learners, particularly those from inner-city areas and /or disadvantaged/ marginalised communities. The C.I.C project aimed to build positive relationships between different groups and communities. The project utilised an innovative DVD produced by Merseyside Expanding Horizons.
"Developments in Diversity - Europe"
This was a two year project funded through LEONARDO Transfer Of Innovation Strand of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme.
The project ran from 2007-2009.
The main aim of this project was to increase the ability of those in vocational education and training to manage diversity.
To do this we transferred specific innovative diversity content and results, gained mainly from the Grundtvig DiGe_E project (Diversity and Gender Experts for Europe), and adapted it to new sectors and target groups.
Leonardo Transfer of Innovation Project
Project No: UK/09/LLP-LdV/TOI/163_272
Crossing the Line: Eurospectives was a two year project funded in 2009 – 2011 by the Leonardo Transfer of Innovation Strand of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme.
The main of Crossing the Line: Eurospectives was to develop and adapt an innovative DVD "Crossing the Line" – developed by URBEATZ in the UK for use in other target countries. The DVD uses input from young people in each of the partner countries and was successfully tested in close co-operation with the target group.
KA3 ICT Multilateral Project
Project No: 511579-LLP-2010-LT-KA3-KA3MP
Successful participation in the fast-changing labour market requires the alignment of employment-related skills and competences. During the last years mentoring provided by employers and/or employees in their roles as mentors is becoming more and more common phenomenon worldwide and has already proved itself as an effective learning process.