A European Grants International Academy Srl tem uma experiência de longo prazo na criação e coordenação de parcerias estratégicas para a implementação de projectos financiados por fundos públicos e privados. A EGInA coopera com uma equipa de gestores de projectos especializada na gestão e informação de fundos estruturais e centralizados da Comissão Europeia. Todos eles têm formação académico-profissional nos domínios da educação e formação profissional, inovação digital com impacto social, valorização do património cultural e desenvolvimento sustentável.
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The education system is not open to change due to the lack of time and space for teachers to experiment with new styles and methods,
The WINBIZ project involves migrant women or women with a non-Western background, with medium-high levels of education, in a training pathway aimed at enabling the
In an increasingly globalized society, there is a need for vocational and adult education policies to be adjusted and internationalized accordingly. Erasmus+KA2 project IQ-digitS has
The European Good DEEDS Challenge was created to generate 3 long-term positive effects: To bring the attention of a large audience to the issue of
The DIGIAGRIMARK KA2 Project aims to contribute to digitalisation in agriculture and so improving the economic and environmental sustainability of the agricultural sector through improving
AGROGEN is a strategic partnership for youth that aims to the exchange of good practices in order to offer non-formal, practical, and tailor-made training to
The W4GEA project aims at improving the social and labour market integration of young women with low basic skills by improving youth workers’ capacity to
The MONA project aims to bring culture closer to young people and especially schools through the creation of an integrated educational programme delivered in four
The project aims to involve and develop skills and abilities of young people aged between 16 and 30 years old, in the field of the
CrAL aims to address the insufficient media literacy of young people (14-19 years old) and provide them with the necessary tools to understand the world