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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BLISS – Boosting health LIteracy for School Students – KA220-SCH – is a two-year cooperation project in the field of school education. BLISS aims to
AI-based solutions can transform adult learning provision by leading to improved skills assessment and tailor-made learning opportunities. The overall goal of AI4AL is to facilitate a mindful
Eco-Literacy and Green Education for Climate Action, shortened to ECOLitAct, is a 30-months Erasmus-funded project aiming to develop an innovative, inclusive, self-paced and adaptable approach
The Sharing Design Your Job is an Eramus+ project that aims to enhance developed ICT educational programs and create complementarity with the needs of the
The Social Tech Academy project aims to provide the keys to entry and orientation in the digital transformation of the social economy by discovering the
ADELE – Advancing Digital Empowerment of Libraries in Europe – è un progetto Erasmusplus KA220. Le tecnologie digitali hanno cambiato profondamente la nostra vita personale,
Happy School – school favourable to mental health – is a KA220 Erasmusplus project focused on mental health at school. The COVID-19 crisis has caused
The project DHeLiDA: Digital Health Literacy for Disadvantaged Adults is a European cooperation project aimed at improving the digital health literacy among vulnerable target groups,
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