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EFIL Conference – Inclusive Learning Mobility: schools and non-formal education organisations together

In our increasingly multicultural society Intercultural Learning becomes more important every day.  We need to provide teachers and their students with relevant competences in order to be active in school and society.
Building on these needs the European Federation for Intercultural Learning (EFIL) is providing resources to enhance intercultural competence of secondary school pupils and school staff, through a whole school approach and cooperation with non formal education providers.
Are you a teacher or school head from an Erasmus+ accredited general secondary school? Would you […]

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EUCA – International Career Fair, 27-29 April – Padua, Italy

The world of work can be often difficult to navigate for those recently graduated. Where to look? How to approach an interview? How to express skills and competences and to identify what type of work best fits with you are all questions that come to pass.
The European University college association (EuCA) will role out a 3 day fair in Padua, Italy this April 27-29 with these questions and more in mind. The event is almost entirely interactive, offering participants the […]

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All of Us: a documentary on living and doing together by Pierre Pirard

A powerful educational tool to be used in classrooms for the 16 May- International Day of Living Together.
All of Us: a documentary on living and doing together by Pierre Pirard – Introduction:
What if, away from tensions around questions of identity and the fear of others, we had found other realities?
What if we had stories to tell of audacious citizens who, with a strong desire for people of different beliefs to live together in harmony, have found ways of reinventing family, education, […]

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EFIL – Teacher Training: Pupil Mobility: How to Turn a Project Concept Into Reality

Venue: Lisbon Area, Portugal
Dates: 6 – 9 May
Duration: 3 days
Hotel: Lutecia Smart Design Hotel
Language: English
Participants: 20
Deadline for applications: 25 March
Participation Fee: €655
Learning mobility is one of the policy priorities promoted by the EU to foster the development of key competences, including intercultural competence, crucial for active participation in society. The new Erasmus+ programme aims at increasing pupil mobility numbers, especially reaching less privileged audiences. Thanks to the Erasmus accreditation in the school sector, schools now have a great chance to offer different kinds of mobility to their […]

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EucA – New Training in Student Affairs/Campus Life

EucA are very pleased to announce the first edition of the University Master Programme in “Training of experts in Student Affairs/Campus Life”.

The Master is designed to develop key competencies for professionals in universities and in halls of residence, who deal with all extra-academic matters (Student Affairs) that concern university students and their soft skills’ development.

Thanks to a combined model of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary actions, it will provide a professional training model in which experts will work in teams with different […]

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EFIL – Teachers’ trainings on intercultural learning and pupil mobility

In 2022 the European Federation for Intercultural Learning (EFIL) will offer 3 international teacher trainings on intercultural learning and pupil mobility.

Intercultural Learning at School – from Internationalisation to Mobility (March, Greece)

Pupil Mobility – How to turn a Project Concept into Reality (May, Portugal)

Individual Pupil Mobility – Designing Learning Agreements Based on Transversal Competences (Serbia, July)

Here below you find more information on the upcoming training:
Topic: Intercultural Learning at School – from Internationalisation to Mobility
Venue: Thessaloniki, Greece
Dates: 11-14 March
Duration: 3 days
Participation Fee: €655 (including course […]

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EucA – Events for students – Apply now

Europeans Go Digital!  is the EU project awarded to EucA and partners in the field of active citizenship to empower and support young people to improve their citizens’ participation in the EU in a digital way. After the successful Hackathon in Rome on digital civic engagement, students from 12 countries will meet to debate and share their vision for a digitalized European society through the next 3 highly experiential events (from now to Oct 2022) around Europe. 
Second Event: Szeged, Hungary- 20-23 […]

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CDEDU opinion on the Parliamentary Assembly Recommendation 2212 (2021) on ‘More participatory democracy to tackle climate change’

The new recommendation of the Parliamentary Assembly concerning “More participatory democracy to tackle climate change’ has been welcomed by the CDEDU Bureau in a recent opinion paper on the recommendation.
The CDEDU Bureau fully agrees with the message put forth by the Parliamentary Assembly recommendation, which highlights the added value of innovative democratic practices and enhanced citizens’ participation and deliberation, which aim to strengthen democracy and allow for more effective responses to major policy dilemmas, in particular the climate crisis.
The CDEDU […]

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EDULEARN22 – International Education Conference

EDULEARN22, the 14th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies will be held in Palma de Mallorca (Spain) on the 4th, 5th and 6th of July, 2022.
EDULEARN is one of the largest international education conferences for lecturers, researchers, technologists and professionals from the educational sector. After 15 years, it has become a reference event where more than 800 experts from 80 countries will get together to present their projects and share their knowledge on teaching and learning methodologies and educational innovations. […]

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ALL – DIGITAL: Upskilling of Smart City professionals – case of Smart DevOps project

The DevOps competences for Smart Cities (Smart DevOps) project consortium held a final project’s online conference titled Smart Employees for Smart Cities on 25 November 2021.
Smart DevOps project partners presented the results of a 3-year Erasmus+ Sector Skills Alliance to the audience of more than 120 participants representing Smart City sector professionals and employers, VET providers and representatives of local, national and European institutions.
The Smart DevOps project contributes to closing the gap between today’s and future skills […]

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