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Progetti Europei / European Projects

Ongoing projects

Erasmus+ projects

 

You will find here the list of our current project. In some cases you will find a few lines of information for dissemination purposes.

 

2017-2019: “A Better Preparation for Senior Life”

Coordinator: SOSU AARHUS – AARHUS SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE COLLEGE, Danimarca

Partners: UNIWERSYTET JAGIELLONSKI, Polonia; Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg, Italia; LJUDSKA UNIVERZA PTUJ, Slovenia; AOF SKANDERBORG AFTENSKOLE, Danimarca

 

 

2017-2019: “E-Civeles. DIGITAL COMPETENCES AND INTERCULTURAL VALUES IN E-LEARNING”

Coordinator: Universidad de Malaga, Spagna

Partners: Universidade Sénior de Évora, Portogallo; Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg, Italia; INTEGRA INSTITUT, Slovenia; TREBAG, Ungheria, BIBA, Germania

 

 

2017-2019: “Money and Life Skills”

Coordinator: 4system, Polonia

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG, Italia; ECC, Austria; Integra Institut, Slovenia; QUALED, Slovacchia

 

 

2016-2018: “Promuovere l’inclusione dei migranti: tecnologie, lingua, cittadinanza”

The use of ICT to help adult migrants learn their host country’s language or second language forms part of at least three policy areas at EU level: immigration and integration policy, information society policy, in particular, eInclusion measures and education and training policies for lifelonglearning.

Coordinator: Ufficio Scolastico Regionale per il Friuli Venezia Giulia

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg, CPIA Udine, CPIA Pordenone, CPIA Gorizia, CPIA Trieste

 

 

2016-2018: “Prevent Radicalisation – Supports for Professionals in Their Work with Refugees and Migrants”

The overall objective is to equip public people working with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants with skills and competences

• to deal with (intercultural) tensions between diverse groups of their clients

• to detect indicators among their clients/learners who are at at risk of extremism, including the risk of being drawn into terrorism, either directly or through the radicalisation of family dependents

• to identify which is the best way to build resilience to radicalisation

• to recognise and respond to increased concerns about extremism and discrimination, e.g. racism, islamophobia, anti-Semitism which refugees and many settled migrants face

• to reduce racism and xenophobia in the society.

Coordinator: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg

Partners: E-C-C Verein fuer interdisziplinaere Bildung und Beratung, Austria, INTEGRA INSTITUT, Slovenia, QUALED, Slovacchia, KTP, Repubblica Ceca, KULTUR UND ARBEIT EV, Germania

 

http://preventproject.libereta-fvg.it

 

 

2016-2018: “Validation of Competences Acquired in Volunteering (ValCoVol)”

The overall objective of the ValCoVol strategic partnership is to provide an overview about projects, initiatives and methods for the validation of non-formal and informal learning, through volunteering, and to identify instruments, models, and schemes which validate and clearly identify the key competences that have been gained by volunteers.

Coordinator: Kultur und Arbeit e.V., Germania

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg, E-C-C Verein fuer interdisziplinaere Bildung und Beratung, Austria, INTEGRA INSTITUT, Slovenia, QUALED, Slovacchia, KTP, Repubblica Ceca

 

 

Older projects

 

 

2015-2017: “Competenze digitali per lo sviluppo di nuovi modelli didattici per la Learning City”

The project aims at innovating the didactical methodologies for the training of adults through the use of information technologies.

Coordinator: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg

Partners: Akadimaiko Diadikyto, Greece, CIDET- Centre for the Innovation and development of education and technology, Spain, Die Kartner Volchshochschulen, Austria

 

 

2014-2016: “BEAUTIFUL MIND; Open Educational Resources in non-formal senior education”

 

The project aims at creating and promoting innovative methodologies and material to support active ageing and physical and mental wellbeing in 50+ people.

Coordinator: Center of Business Synergy, Poland

Partners: Università delle LiberEta del FVG, Cidet Centre for the Innovation and development of education and technology, Spain

 

Beautiful Mind leaflet

 

Beautiful Mind disseminazione febbraio 2016

 

Beautiful Mind manual (IT)

 

 

2014-2016: “INTIMAGE; Health and Social Care Promotion Materials That Focus on Intimacy and Sexuality in the Third Age”

 

The project aims at developing effective and innovative tools (programs, services and activities) to strengthen and promote sexual health and personal wellbeing in older people.

Coordinator: University College of Health Sciences Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg; INTEGRA INSTITUT, Slovenia; E-C-C Verein fuer interdisziplinaere Bildung und Beratung, Austria; NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND GALWAY, Ireland; THE UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, United Kingdom; Academic Network GUnet, Greece; FRIEDRICH-ALEXANDER-UNIVERSITAT ERLANGEN NURNBERG, Germany.

LLP Grundtvig Multilateral Projects

The Grundtvig Multilateral projects produce partnerships where organizations/institutions belonging at least to 3 different European Countries are working together , sharing knowledge and experiences in order to have innovative results/products with an European value. Very often the projects include the development of pilot experiences within strategic areas and the creation of didactic products with an high quality level.

 

 

2012-2015 “Social Literacy Training for Public Sector Staff”

 

Coordinated by  INTEGRA Human Development Institute – Slovenia

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg; Mestna ob?ina Velenje, Slovenia; KTP Association for Qualification at the Labour Market, Repubblica Ceca; E-C-C Association for Interdisciplinary Consulting and Educati, Austria; Stadt Esslingen am Neckar, Germania; Greek Academic Network, Grecia; The City of Žilina, Slovacchia; QUALED – Qualification & Education, Slovacchia; INSUP Formation, Francia; Municipalite de Vienne, Francia; Comune di Udine, Italia; Western Michigan University, USA

LLP Leonardo da Vinci Programme

The Programme Leonardo da Vinci supports transnational projects for the training of those who are involved in an initial vocational training, of university students, of graduates, of workers and young people open to the labour market.

 

2013-2015 “T.T.Twin: Teaching and Training exchange between Twinned centres”

 

Coordinator: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG

Partner: Die Kärtner Volkshochschulen (Austria)

 

2012-2014 “Directing life change”

 

Coordinated by the University of Chester – United Kingdom

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg; Associació Catalana de Formació Polivalent Aplicada Baobab Spagna; TREbAG Property and Project Management Ltd, Ungheria; Aahrus Social and Health Care College, Danimarca; Wy?sza Szko?a Lingwistyczna, Polonia; Kärntner Volkshochschulen , Austria; University of Helsinki Palmenia Centre for Continuing Education, Finlandia; Multi-Disciplinary Center, Modi’in Municipality,  Israele

http://www.dlc.riversideinnovationcentre.co.uk/

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

2012-2014 “MENTA 50+”

 

Coordinated by TREBAG – Hungary

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg; Trebag Vagyon-és Projektmenedzser Kft, Ungheria; Forschungsinstitut des Roten Kreuzes, Austria; Università di Chester, Regno Unito; IDEC S.A., Grecia; EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CYPRUS, Cipro;  Multi-Disciplinary Center, Modi’in Municipality, Israele

MENTA 50+

How to learn to take action for perfect mental health and personal well-being in third age.

To be able to remain active and healthy aging are key concepts in our contemporary European society, especially when it comes to personal mental health. An appropriate level of mental health and well-being among people over 50 is a key source of success in the European Union seen as a society and an economy based on culture. The World Health Organization and the European Union through their publication “2012, the European Year for active aging and solidarity between generations” focus on this topic and encourage older people to take an active stance to help keep their own mental health and good quality of life.

Education plays an important role in achieving these goals together with the management of related teaching aids designed for this purpose.

The research carried out  indicates that, even if you can already find certain materials on the subject, these are often outdated, often use a therapeutic approach rather than prevention and also does not offer a soloist perspective, there is a lack originality and updating.

The MENTA project’s aim is to be able to respond to these challenges by offering guidelines and educational materials available on the subject of mental health training for people over 50 and for trainers; all this by increasing the level of awareness of the importance of mental health and personal well-being, providing guidelines on how to promote them, developing innovative teaching materials.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

2010-2013 “OPENINN2.0: A KNOWLEDGE GENERATING HOUSE AND E-ASSESSMENT MODEL”

 

LLP KA3 ICT
Coordinator: Technical Univerzity of Košice, Faculty of Economics, Slovacchia
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G.; TREBAG Property – and Projectmanagement Ltd, Ungheria; Universidade do Porto, Portogallo; Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH, Germania; Landesinitiative Neue Kommunikationswege MV e.V., Germania; Aarhus Social and Health Care College, Danimarca; Petko Rachov Slaveikov Secondary School, Bulgaria; Fondo Formacion Euskadi, Spagna.

www.openinn.eu/

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

2010 – 2013 “XPLOIT“ – KA4 MULTILATERAL PROJECT: dissemination and exploitation of results

 

Coordinator: Social – og Sundhedsskolen i Århus, Denmark.
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G.; Fundatia Ecologica Green, Rumania; Espiral, Entitat de Serveis, Spagna; Swansea University Department of Adult Continuing Education, Regno Unito; TREBAG Vagyon- és Projektmenedzser Kft, Ungheria; “die Berater“ Unternehmensberatungsgesellschaft mbH, Austria; Comune di Udine – City of Udine, Italia; Inspectoratul Scolar al Judetului Iasi, Romania; Consirci del Benestar Social del Pla de L’Estay – Banyoles, Spagna; City and County of Swansea, Regno Unito.

www.xploit-eu.com

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

2011-2013 “QEDUSEN: EVALUATION TOOLKIT ON SENIORS EDUCATION TO IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE” – GRUNDTVIG MULTILATERAL PROJECT

 

Coordinator: Universitat Jaume I, Spagna

PartnersUniversità delle LiberEtà del F.V.G.; Helsingin yliopisto, Koulutus- ja kehittämiskeskus Palmenia, Finlandia; Personality socialization research institute of Rezeknes augst, Lettonia; Akademia im. Jana D?ugosza w Cz?stochowie, Polonia; Trebag Property and Projectmanagement LTD, Ungheria; Assist Net EOOD, Bulgaria.

www.edusenior.uji.es

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

2012-2014 “Framework Of a Green challenge FROG”

 

Coordinated by Escola Oficial de Idiomas de Ferrol – Spagna

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del Fvg; QUARTER MEDIATION, Paesi Bassi; Kelm?s angl? kalbos klubas “ABC”, Lituania; Zawoko NET s.r.o., Repubblica Ceca; Ozel Okul Oncesi Egitim Kurumlari Dernegi, Turchia; Centres of English Language Learning “ATHENA”, Grecia

Informaiton about the project are attached at the bottom of this page.

 

2011-2013 “OUTDOOR ICT”

 

Coordinator: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G. – Italia

Partners: INCULTEV- Instituto Cultural de Évora, Portogallo; Aula de Mayores de la Universidad de Málaga, Spagna; Die Kärntner Volkshochschulen, Austria;  Institute E-seniors, Francia;  Edirne Tourism And Hospitality Vocational High School Parents Union, Turchia.

 

2010-2012 “Natural Sciences for Adult Learners NATUR(S)AL”

 

Coordinator: Universidade Sénior de Évora – Associação de Desenvolvimento Comunitário, Portogallo

Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G.; Espiral Entitát de Serveis, Spagna; Sastamalan Opisto, Finlandia; Centro Studi e Formazione Villa Montesca, Italia; Genc Yasamin Sesleri Dernegi-Voise of Young Life Association, Turchia; Health Psychology Management Organisation Services (HP-MOS), Regno Unito.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

2008-2010 “FAIRstart” – LEONARDO MULTILATERAL PROJECT (Development and innovation)

 

Coordinator: Aarhus Social and Healthcare college, Denmark.
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G., Die Berater Unternehmensberatung Gmbh – Wien, Austria; CAEA Syndesmos Ekperevsis Enilikon Kyprou, Cipro; ARGO Slagelese DK, Danimarca; FEG Fundatia Ecologica Green, Romania; Espiral Entitat de Serveis, Spagno; Govemorship of Kocaeli Province EU Projects Coordinator Center, Turchia.

Project website

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Il presente progetto è finanziato con il sostegno della Commissione Europea. L’autore è il solo responsabile di questa pubblicazione (comunicazione) e la Commissione declina ogni responsabilità sull’uso che potrà essere fatto delle informazioni in essa contenute.

 

2009-2011“HEALTH BOX: INTEGRATION OF HEALTH ISSUES IN ADULT LEARNING” – GRUNDTVIG MULTILATERAL PROJECT

 

Coordinator: “die Berater” Unternehmensberatungs GmbH, Austria
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G., Bildung und Projekt Netzwerk GmbH, Germania; Aarhus Social and Healthcare College, Danimarca; Yrkesakademin i Österbotten, Finlandia; Fundatia Ecologica Green, Romania; Teaching and Learning Challenges Ltd, Regno Unito.

www.healthbox.eu

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

2009-2011“A SENSE OF PLACE: PRESENTING YOUR LOCALITY”

 

Coordinator: Burton Manor College, Regno Unito
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G., “István Bibó” Folk High School Foundation, Ungheria; Latvian Adult Education Centre (LAEA), Lettonia.

This partnership between four residential learning centres targeted adults who were socially disadvantaged through limited access to education. It addressed a common need to build confidence and self esteem and promoted a spirit of sharing and cultural learning, garnering enthusiasm to engage proactively with those from similar backgrounds in an international context.

Four groups of 16 eligible volunteers, typically over 40 years old, from communities near to each residential partner’s base attended a 4 day Hosting Skills workshop at their respective residential college in November and December 2009. This provided them with skills in presenting to others, helped in finding out about the history, geography and popular culture of each locality.

Subsequently, each national group planned, organized and hosted a 5 day Guest Visit for 8 participants from each of three partners. These four transnational visits took place in May and September 2010, and in April and June 2011. Before each visit, the participating groups  have attended Cultural Awareness Workshops on the places they were about to visit, organized by the local project partners.

At each guest visit, host group members acted as guides and facilitators for their guests, presenting what was of particular interest to them. In a residential setting, friendships were formed and participants shared and learned about three other cultures, their languages and lifestyles.

In July 2011, each partner country hosted a Dissemination Event for their local community, presenting information about the Sense of Place project. A member of every other partner country was invited to each event.

Questo progetto di partnership tra quattro centri di apprendimento ha coinvolto gruppi di adulti anche socialmente svantaggiati per quanto riguarda l’accesso ai sistemi educativi.  Il progetto è stato indirizzato verso il bisogno comune di avere fiducia e stima in se stessi ed ha promosso uno spirito di condivisione e apprendimento culturale, ottenendo entusiasmo nel collaborare in maniera proattiva con altre persona con background simili in un contesto internazionale.

Quattro gruppi di 16 volontari eleggibili, in media di età superiore ai 40 anni e che facevano parte di contesti inerenti o vicini alle istituzioni partner coinvolte, hanno frequentato un Workshop sulle Capacità di Accoglienza della durata complessiva di 4 giorni presso il proprio centro di appartenenza nel Novembre 2009. Questo workshop ha fornito loro idee e abilità nel presentarsi e presentare agli altri, li ha aiutati a scoprire informazioni riguardanti la storia, la geografia e la cultura popolare di ogni località coinvolta.

Successivamente, ogni gruppo di ogni nazione dei partner, ha pianificato, organizzato e ospitato delle Visite di Accoglienza di 5 giorni per 8 partecipanti provenienti da ogni nazione dei partners.

Queste quattro visite transnazionali si sono svolte nei mesi di Maggio e Settembre 2010 e ad Aprile e Giugno 2011.

Prima di ogni visita, i gruppi partecipanti hanno partecipato a Workshop di Consapevolezza culturale sulla località che stavano per visitare organizzati dai partner locali del progetto.

Durante ogni visita transnazionale i membri di ogni gruppo ospitante hanno potuto agire da guide e facilitatori per i loro ospiti, presentando ciò che per loro era particolarmente interessante. In un ambiente residenziale si sono potute formare amicizie e i partecipanti hanno condiviso e imparato riguardo a tre altre culture, le loro lingue e stili di vita.

Nel Luglio 2011, ogni partner ha ospitato un Evento di Disseminazione per la propria comunità locale, presentando e dando informazioni riguardo il progetto A Sense of Place. Un membro di ogni gruppo partner è stato invitato a ogni evento.

Link to the project website: http://grundtvigprojectasop.wordpress.com

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Il presente progetto è finanziato con il sostegno della Commissione Europea. L’autore è il solo responsabile di questa pubblicazione (comunicazione) e la Commissione declina ogni responsabilità sull’uso che potrà essere fatto delle informazioni in essa contenute.

 

2008-2010 “ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP THROUGH INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AT ALL AGES”

 

Coordinator: Spain – Castellon ( Universitat Jaume I – Universitat per a Majors)
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del F.V.G., Personality Socialization research institute of Rezeknes Augstskola, Latvia; Górnoslaska Wyzsza Szkola Pedagogiczna im. A. Hlonda w Myslowicach, Poland; Krakowskie Centrum Doskonalenia Kadr Oswiatowych – KCDKO, Poland; Universidade Sénior de Évora – Associação de Desenvolvimento Comunitário, Portugal; Asociatia pentru Educatie si Dezvoltare Durabila, Rumania; Volkshochschule Lingen gGmbH, Germany; Senioren-Lernen-Online, Germany; Helsingin yliopisto, Koulutus- ja kehittämiskeskus Palmenia, Finland; Sastamalan Opisto, Finland; Centro Studi e Formazione Villa Montesca, Italy.

2007-2009 “MEDIA PLAYING COMMUNITIES” – TRANSVERSAL PROGRAMME KEY ACTIVITY: ITC

 

Coordinator: Germany
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG, Austria, Denmark, Hungary, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom.

2007-2009 “euroCALL : EUROPEAN CENTRES FOR ADULT LIFELONG LEARNING” – GRUNDTVIG MULTILATERAL PROJECT

 

Coordinator: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG
Partners: Cyprus, Denmark, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Spain, Turkey, with the cooperation of two experts from Denmark and Norway.

 

2006-2009 “PARENTING IN A MULTICULTURAL EUROPEAN CITY” – GRUNDTVIG MULTILATERAL PROJECT

 

Coordinator: University of Wales
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Spain.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Il presente progetto è finanziato con il sostegno della Commissione Europea. L’autore è il solo responsabile di questa pubblicazione (comunicazione) e la Commissione declina ogni responsabilità sull’uso che potrà essere fatto delle informazioni in essa contenute.

 

2008-2009 “RIPRO: RIFLETTERE PER PROGETTARE” – LEONARDO DA VINCI MOBILITY PROGRAMME

 

Coordinator: Association Formazione 80, Torino – Italy
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG, ASAI – Associazione Salesiana di Animazione Interculturale in Torino, Città di Torino – Settore Fondi Strutturali e URBAN2 – Settore Educazione Permanente, Istituto Istruzione Superiore “J. B. Beccari” in Torino, Cooperativa Sociale “Allegro con Moto” a.r.l. ONLUS in Torino, Vedogiovane Asti S.C.SOC in Asti, Cooperativa Animazione Valdocco in Torino, Am Transnational – Spain, Espiral Entitat Serveis– Spain, Úrad práce v Liberci – Czech Republic, CC Systems a.s. – Czech Republic.

In cooperation with the Association AMICI DELLA MUSICA

 

2006-2008 “ADULT MUSIC EDUCATION FOR A MUSICAL LIFE” GRUNDTVIG PARTNERSHIP

 

Coordinator: Association Amici della Musica di Udine
Partners: Spain, Turkey

 

2005-2008 “THE EDUCATION OF THE ADOPTIVE PARENTS” GRUNDTVIG PARTNERSHIP

 

Coordinator: Rumania
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG, Austria.

 

2005-2007 “HEALTH AWARENESS AMONG PARENTS” GRUNDTVIG 2 PROJECT

 

Coordinator: Tartu Folk High school Foundation – Estonia

2005-2006 “THE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION THROUGH LANGUAGE LEARNING ” GRUNDTVIG 2 PROJECT

 

Coordinator: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG (Udine – Italy).
Partners: Sosumedia – Social and Health Care (Aarhus – Denmark); Universidade de Evora (Evora – Portugal).
The project ended up in students’ and teachers’ exchanges both in Denmark and in Portugal.

2003-2005 “EVALUATION AND SELF EVALUATION IN NON FORMAL EDUCATION” GRUNDTVIG 2 PROJECT

 

Coordinator: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG from Udine – Italy
Partners: Espiral Entitat Serveis from Girona – Spain ; Dia Sport from Sofia – Bulgaria; Fiatest from Bucharest – Romania; Cyprus Adult Education Association from Nicosia – Cyprus.
The biannual project focuses on the creation of a system of evaluation and self evaluation for students, teachers and organizations that work in non formal education.

2003-2005 “ PLANET. PERSONALISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE NETWORK”. GRUNDTVIG 2 PROJECT

 

Coordinator: year 1 Across Limits from Malta; year 2 Harrow in Business from London – UK
Partners: Università delle LiberEtà del FVG from Udine- Italy; Espiral Entitat Serveis from Girona – Spain and Harrow in Business from London – UK.
The biannual project focuses on the creation of a system of virtual “after school activities” to help adult learners who are back in education.

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