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  • (2012) Progetto RIVER - Recognition of Intergenerational Volunteering Experiences and Results

    I partner del progetto RIVER.

    Il progetto ha la durata Gennaio 2012 - Dicembre 2013.

  • (2012) TOY - Together Old and Young

    Lunaria

    E’ partito a Dicembre 2012 un progetto europeo che vede Lunaria impegnata nella definizione di nuove strade per favorire la solidarietà sociale e le relazioni intergenerazionali.

  • (2013) Il programma Grundtvig in Italia

    Agenzia nazionale italiana LLP

    Il sottoprogramma Grundtvig in Italia è stato affidato dalla CE alla Agenzia Nazionale LLP con sede operativa a Firenze e fornisce: Promozione del sottoprogramma Grundtvig; Supporto agli utenti interessati a partecipare; Consulenza nella realizzazione delle attività Grundtvig da parte dei beneficiari; Monitoraggio delle attività in fase di realizzazione e audit di quanto realizzato; Formazione dei beneficiari (o potenziali beneficiari); Selezione delle candidature; Attribuzione e gestione dei contributi Grundtvig; Attività di disseminazione e valorizzazione di buone prassi.

  • (2014) Erasmus+

    Commissione europea

    La sezione in italiano del nuovo programma che sosterrà, per gli anni dal 2014 al 2020, i progetti di educazione degli adulti.

  • (2014) Horizon 2020

    APRE, Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europea

    Horizon 2020 è il nuovo Programma del sistema di finanziamento integrato destinato alle attività di ricerca della Commissione europea, compito che spettava al VII Programma Quadro, al Programma Quadro per la Competitività e l'Innovazione (CIP) e all'Istituto Europeo per l'Innovazione e la Tecnologia (EIT). Il nuovo Programma sarà attivo dal 1° gennaio 2014 fino al 31 dicembre 2020, e supporterà l'UE nelle sfide globali fornendo a ricercatori e innovatori gli strumenti necessari alla realizzazione dei propri progetti e delle proprie idee. Il budget stanziato per Horizon 2020 (compreso il programma per la ricerca nucleare Euratom) è di 70.2 miliardi di € a prezzi costanti / 78,6 miliardi di € a prezzi correnti.

  • (2014) Il progetto ComeON!

    I partner del progetto ConeON!

    Il Progetto ComeON!, con partner in Italia, Romania, Spagna, Paesi Bassi, Regno Unito e Ungheria, identifica la solidarietà intergenerazionale come una risposta innovativa alle sfide appena descritte, poiché mette in campo tutte le energie, le conoscenze, le esperienze e le risorse necessarie per fare la differenza in particolare all’interno di comunità e territori. I benefici immediati di un approccio intergenerazionale sono ben noti ai partner del consorzio ComeON! grazie alle loro precedenti esperienze progettuali. Questi benefici comprendono l’inclusione digitale degli anziani, la riduzione del divario intergenerazionale e l’acquisizione e la pratica delle competenze per la vita (Educazione del 21° secolo) per i giovani.

  • A-Learn – active ageing learning community (2012-2014)

    The main project aim is to provide 60+ with the skills needed to cope with ageing thus remaining active for a longer time in society, community, employment and learning. Objectives are: to develop an Active Ageing Learning Community where 60+ will learn how to age actively in terms of their health, physical and cognitive ability, social communication and intergenerational solidarity, and will be supported by 16-35 age group both in learning and practice; to develop learning modules in Health Self-Management, ICT for Social Networking and Intergenerational Volunteering; to use ICT for learning purposes and to practise ICT skills for social inclusion and personal fulfillment; to introduce an intergenerational approach to active ageing learning; to raise awareness of young and old generations about active ageing and its benefits; to strengthen the cooperation of training providers, regional development agencies, seniors' organizations and decision makers in relation to active ageing learning and practising. to transfer knowledge and experience in active ageing across Europe. Partners: Technical University of Gabrovo, Bulgaria; Age Action Ireland; Asociacion Provinicial de Pensionistas y Jubilados de A Coruna, Spain; Patto Territoriale Oristano Soc. Cons. Italy; Universidade da Coruna, Spain; Universitaet Ulm, Germany.

  • ACT - Active Togetherness – Learning places for all ages (2013-2015)

    The project “Active Togetherness – Learning places for all ages” – ACT was shaped starting from the wish to help people become active citizens by bringing ages together. Finding a friendly environment is a big step in establishing an efficient intergenerational dialogue. The pedagogical approach therefore focusses on different dimensions of space: informal/non-formal, individual/collective, opened/closed, modern/antique, mental /experimental and many others. Learning methods will be interactive, formative and attractive: lectures & exercises, seminars, games, dance, sailing, different forms of entertainment. The main final product will be a printed book, “A spatial perspective upon togetherness”, written by all the partners, learners and trainers. Coordinator: AR Vocational Education and Training Ltd (UK). Partners: Asociația ”EXCELPIOR a părinților elevilor Colegiului Național Petru Rareș Suceava (Romania), İL SOSYAL ETÜT VE PROJE MÜDÜRLÜĞÜ (Turkey), I VIDDANEDDI DELLA VALLE DEL BELICE (Italy), Knowledge sp z o.o (Poland), ΟΜΙΛΟΣ ΦΙΛΩΝ ΣΚΑΚΙΟΥ (Cyprus).

  • ACT for SHARE - Active Citizenship for Seniors and Juniors Share via Web Radio (2013-2015)

    This Grundtvig project proposes to value the knowledge of senior citizens, especially that of retired ones, so that the wealth of personal experience acquired is not lost. It also aims at improving their quality of life while aging actively. To this end, the project focusses on a transfer of knowledge to the young, especially to unemployed youth, with the objective of acquiring new skills through the implementation of different activities in various modalities and using the web radio as a means of dissemination. The web radio broadcast prepared and conducted by technical experts in the field is a valid and innovative instrument at the national level in each country as a means of broadcasting at a low cost. Partners: EDRASE (Greece), Algaba de Ronda (Spain), Glotta Nova (Slovenia), APERTO Association (Poland), Wise Age (UK).

  • Active 80+ (2014-2016)

    Active 80+ is an Erasmus+ project carried out between October 2014 and September 2016. The Active 80+ project aims at developing and testing a research-based training for care staff and volunteers, enabling them to function as coaches for people at high age. Using methods and tools of the training, the coaches will support older people in developing and realizing their own ideas of learning and active citizenship. Furthermore, extensive dissemination, involving the press and other media at local, regional, national and European level, will aim at raising awareness on the potentials of very old people. Partners: queraum. cultural and social research (Austria), Austrian Red Cross (Austria), ISIS – Institut für Soziale Infrastruktur (Germany), Lunaria (Italy), OVN-NL, Oudere Vrouwen Netwerk (Netherlands), Seniors Initiatives Center (Lithuania).

  • Active I - Healthy Active Living for Well-Aged Adults (2013-2015)

    This project proposes solutions to make seniors aware of healthy living guidelines, to teach them about proper nutrition, to help them to design their own personal healthy living plans and to advise them about safe and effective exercise. To achieve these objectives the partners will produce a research report describing the needs of seniors for the key components of a healthy active living programme; will provide the content of a healthy living course; create an on-line personal healthy living planner available for thousands of seniors that will include graphical representations of goals, progress and achievements; will offer innovative healthy living educational courses for elderly people; will train instructors working with seniors; will provide a manual for setting up active ageing centres; will start active ageing campaign and will organize a major seniors sports event combined with a valorization event for 500 seniors and decision makers. Coordinator: ProActivate Ireland (IE). Partners: ADESPER (ES), Associazione di Promozione Sociale Kappaerre (IT), Fundacja Maraton Warszawski (PL), VCAT Consulting GmbH (DE), University of Muenster (DE), EGREPA.

  • Active Life Learning (2012-2014)

    The main aim of this Grundtvig partnership is to promote active ageing in the community. To do this, it will target all EU citizens - as the consciousness-raising on active aging should start from an early age - but will particularly focus on adults, seniors, and relevant organizations such as governments, civil society and social partners, universities, schools, research centres and care providers. The project will share good practice for living a happy, healthy, active life through targeted local and transnational activities such as fairs, exhibitions, concerts, games, storytelling, expert lectures and an ebooklet. Coordinator: Voksenopplæringa, Tromsø (Norway). Partners: Wyższa Szkoła Pedagogiczna w Łodzi (Poland), Ayuntamiento de Sant Mateu (Spain), Tum Aktif Memurlar Dernegi (Turkey), Rahel Varnhagen Kolleg (Germany).

  • ACTship - ACTive ageing through active citizenSHIP (2012-2014)

    The Grundtvig 'Active Ageing through Active Citizenship' project aims to improve the competences and skills of adult educators and equip them with resources which allow them to engage in active ageing through meaningful involvement in society, particularly through volunteering. The principal activity of the project is developed through 12 workshops in which personnel members, adult students and volunteers take part. Coordinator: Brosna (Ireland). Partners: Ateneum Foundation (Sweden), Dawliffe Hall Educational Foundation (UK), Cooperativa de Telheiras para a Promoção da Solidariedade e da Cultura (Portugal), Fundación Montblanc (Spain), Campus Association culturelle asbl (Belgium).

  • Adaptation (2010-2012)

    This Grundtvig project aimed to counteract limited computer use among seniors by employing the resources of senior volunteers. The project objectives were to explore: the best methodological approaches to teaching ICT to seniors; the use of volunteers in the teaching process; peer teaching to multiply the learning experience of seniors; how other countries delivered ICT training to seniors; which environments were best suited to the learning process. Coordinator: Seniors Initiatives Centre (Lithuania). Partners: Age Action Ireland (Ireland), Lodz 3U (Poland), ENTER ry (Finland).

  • AEPT 2020 - Adult Education Pathways Towards 2020 (2012-2014)

    2012-2014

    A Grundtvig Learning Partnership project whose main goal is to support the European Year 2012 for Active Ageing and Intergenerational Solidarity, creating a transference of different models of senior citizen’s learning and promoting the exchange of innovative methodological approaches between the involved partners. The sharing of experiences, good practice and new and proven methodologies in reflection moments such as coordination meetings, seminars, workshops, conferences, visits and study cases, will promote the quality in adult education provision, for this specific group, by enhancing the core professional competences of those charged with the delivery of lifelong learning programmes. The experience of seniors, through an active participation in all steps of the partnership, will be essential for the continuous review and evaluation of the work developed, as well as the achievement of the main goals of the partnership. The focus will be on the promotion of an active ageing program for older people through active citizenship and involvement in volunteer work and community activities. Project coordinator: CFPIMM (Portugal). Partners: Civil Vállalkozások Egyesüle (Hungary), Panevėžio rajono švietimo centras (Lithuania), English Unlimited Sp.z o.o. (Poland), ASOCIACION INTERCULTURAL LA GALERIA (Spain).

  • AESAEC - Active European Seniors for Active European Citizenship (2008-2010)

    The AESAEC project aimed to improve awareness of European citizenship among senior citizens (60+) and to give them a better understanding of the European Union by providing relevant information on the achievements of the European Union and its institutions, as well as on opportunities in a joint Europe. The main outcome was a training concept and a modular training course specially designed to introduce seniors to the concept of AEC and to empower them to contribute pro-actively to AEC (especially on transnational levels). Partners: Auxilium (Austria), ISSAK VHS (Austria), Fritid & Samfund (Denmark), Iniciativas Casmor (Spain), CO&SO Network (Italy), SEC (Romania), 3rd Age University (Slovenia).

  • Age on Stage – later learning in adult education and its role in Europe’s development (2011-2012)

    The E.N.T.E.R. network, in co-operation with the Regional Government of Styria (Austria) – Department 1E for Europe and Foreign Affairs, as well as the Europe Direct Network Styria (Austria), implemented the Grundtvig Accompanying Measures Project “Age on Stage: Later Learning in Adult Education and its Role in Europe’s Development – Challenges, Concepts, Benefits, Outlook (StAGE)”. Objectives were Raising general awareness towards the issue of learning in later life in Europe; Informing senior learners about developed concepts, opportunities, benefits and offers of learning in later life; Promotion of European policy development and funding opportunities in connection with learning in later life; Providing platforms for target groups and stakeholders for discussion, exchange and development of the topic of learning in later life in Europe. Activities and outcomes developed included: A collection of best practice projects/outcomes from different funding programmes to be screened and evaluated for their concrete and innovative benefit for learning opportunities in later life. The 30 best projects and outcomes were to be identified and presented in the project; a special edition of the European magazine “Focus Europe” published showing the best practice projects and outcomes identified for learning in later life; two day European Conference in Graz/Austria bringing together experts and target group representatives in the field of later learning for discussion and analysis.

  • AHEAD – TrAining High tEch seniors for Discovery (2013-2015)

    AHEAD has two main aims. The first is to develop, test and bring into general use an holistic approach to active ageing based on senior citizens' travelling experiences. The second aim, linked to the first, is to equip senior travellers with the ICT skills that will enable them to use their travels as the basis of an innovative learning experience for young people through a dedicated user-friendly APP. The benefits will be twofold: on one hand, it will make it easier to build networks with other groups of seniors and with different generations. On the other, it will promote seniors’ active aging and the improvement of their ICT competencies, which are fundamental to take part in nowadays’ society life, activities and changes. Coordinator: SUPERFICIE 8 srl (IT). Partners: Andragoški zavod Ljudska univerza Velenje (SI), Associazione SEED (CH), Compagnia di Turismo e Cultura (IT), Laurea University of Applied Sciences (FI), University of Durham (UK).

  • ALCOVE - ALzheimer COoperative Valuation in Europe (2011-2013)

    The ALCOVE project was co-financed by the European Commission and over two years built a sustainable network which includes 30 partners. Through its work, ALCOVE has aimed to improve knowledge and to promote the exchange of information on dementia in order to preserve the health, quality of life, autonomy, and dignity of people living with dementia and their carers in EU Member States. ALCOVE seeks to improve the knowledge and design guidelines for 4 fields of activities: Improved collecting epidemiological data concerning Dementia; Improved prevention and early diagnosis with emphasis on early diagnosis; Improvement of existing practices medical social care services; Improvement of the content and use of the Declaration on the rights of people with memory impairment. Coordinator: Haute Autorité de Santé (France). The ALzheimer's COoperative Valuation in Europe (ALCOVE) is a Joint Action co-financed by the European Commision and comprised of 30 partners from 19 EU Member States.

  • Art-Age - Art based learning and active ageing (2012-2014)

    This Grundtvig Learning Partnership intends to help older people with pathways in non-formal art based learning to improve their competences. The overall aim is to provide and put into practice new methods and approaches to document, validate and profile the qualities and outcome of amateur and voluntary culture for active ageing. Coordinator: Interfolk, Institute for Civil Society (Denmark). Partners: Kulturelle Samråd i Danmark (Denmark), LKCA (Netherlands), Voluntary Arts (UK and Ireland), Löftdalens Folkhögskola (Sweden), JSKD (Slovenia).