Digital Skills for an Ageing Europe: third TransnationalProject Meeting of DISK
On September 22nd 2022, partners joined the third transnational meeting of the DISK project, an initiative co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission. DISK gathers 8 organisations from 6 different countries (France, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Greece, Republic of North Macedonia). The meeting took place in Malaga, hosted by the Spanish partner ITSFA.The main aim of the meeting was to assess the development of the project and its Intellectual Outputs, in particular IO4. After checking the status of the OER platform, partners shared their experiences regarding the Test & Validation activities and defined a timeline for the production of the Guidelines and Policy Recommendations.
Those partners, who had already carried out T&V sessions, reported that they collected positive feedbacks from the target group. Learners were satisfied of the training developed by the Consortium and confirmed that the modules’ content will help them to close their digital skills gap and...
On June 28th 2022, Paula Rodríguez Chirino from Radio ECCA, Canary Island (Spain), was interviewed about Radio ECCA's role in the MORE project and the objectives pursued within it. Paula is responsible for the projects and international cooperation area of Radio ECCA, which is a distance education centre for adults and the coordinator of this project.
In addition to its general coordination role, Radio ECCA is responsible for the creation of 10 free access courses. The contents of these courses are aimed at expanding the opportunities of women in vulnerable situations with difficulties accessing the labour market, promoting their multifunctionality by developing skills and competences.
The aim of the MORE project is to promote the empowerment of women in rural areas through the development of new skills and competences that enable them to participate more in local rural ecosystems. The objective is thus to support women in a process of acquiring the necessary means for their personal and professional development and to...
On June 15th 2022, Fran, the CEO of IT Solutions For All, Málaga (Spain), was interviewed about ITSFA’s role in the MORE project and the objectives pursued within it. ITSFA is a social NGO that seeks training in ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) for those people who lack the necessary knowledge to function comfortably in our technological world.
Within the project, ITSFA is the technology partner responsible for the development of an OER (Open educational resources) platform where all materials that will be created during the two years of the project will be uploaded. The platform can be accessed completely anonymously without the need to register.
The project is aimed at women in rural contexts, who take on a multidisciplinary role to improve the quality of life of their families. The aim is therefore to promote their multifunctionality, increasing their knowledge and skills, and consequently reduce the gender gap present in rural contexts and improve the quality of life of these women...
On June 15th 2022, Roberta Albertazzi from IT Solutions For All, Málaga (Spain), was interviewed about ITSFA’s role in the MORE project and the objectives pursued within it. ITSFA is a social NGO that seeks training in ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) for those people who lack the necessary knowledge to function comfortably in our technological world.
Within the project, ITSFA is the technology partner responsible for the development of an OER (Open educational resources) platform aimed at improving the status of women in rural areas. A series of courses, designed to improve the skills of rural women, will be uploaded onto the platform in order to promote their multifunctionality.
The project addresses the concept of the multifunctionality of women, particularly women in rural settings, who cover different roles within the society. Despite the fundamental role of women in the economic development of the community, there is still a gender gap in access to training and employment. The aim of the project...
On June 6, the Kick-Off Meeting of MORE Project (Multifunctional role of women as key driver for rural development) took place. The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, which brings together seven Partners from six countries (Belgium, Italy, Romania, Greece, Spain and Poland). The Kick-Off Meeting, hosted by IHF, was originally planned in Brussels, Belgium but had been rescheduled and developed in Pescara, Italy, due to partners' agreement.
The MORE project (“Multifunctional role of women as a key driver for rural development”) aims to improve the access to, and the quality of, training opportunities and qualifications of rural EU women. MORE actions try to improve and promote the multifunctional role of rural women by enhancing their wide range of skills and encouraging and motivating their participation in local ecosystems.
To fulfil this aim, the project will design the first training programme in order to improve and promote the multifunctional role of rural women by enhancing their wide...
On October 28 and 29, 2021 in Sofia, R. Bulgaria, representatives from Military Academy and partner institutions realized two work activities (Transnational meeting and Multiplier event) were held within the project PREDICT - Prevention of Disaster ICT (Informatics and Computer Technology) from the ERASMUS + program of the European Union (KA 201 - Strategic Partnership for School Education).
Meetings were in the organization of General Directorate Fire Safety and civil protection from Sofia, R. Bulgaria.
At the transnational meeting, the project partners (representatives of institutions from the R.N. Macedonia, R. Bulgaria, and the Kingdom of Spain, discussed the project commitments realized so far, as well as the planned activities in the coming period.
At the Multiplier event in two separate working sessions, the attendees (representatives of schools and other institutions close to the issues addressed in the project) were introduced to the goals and activities of the PREDICT project. At this event, the content of the lesson for the training of children, youth,...
Presentation of the travel exhibition “Through Darkness to Light” as part of the ATS VIP project awareness campaign.
Now it is available on the ATS VIP web site https://www.atsvip.eu/ the result of the travel exhibition “Through Darkness to Light”, one more activity carried out within the awareness campaign within the framework of Accessible travel solutions for visual impaired Persons (ATS VIP) project.
This initiative, carried out by the 3 member countries of the ATS VIP consortium, Macedonia, Romania and Spain, shows a fictitious trip carried out by a sighted person, deprived of sight to make the video, together with a companion. During the trip, these people were able to experience some of the challenges that blind and visually impaired people face every day when traveling.
This is one of the initiatives included within the ATS VIP project awareness campaign, in addition to this activity, the visitors to the website can find interviews, discussion groups, a contest about travel experiences or protocols and tips...
Presentation of the video compilation of the activities carried out as part of the ATS VIP project awareness campaign.
Now it is available on the ATS VIP web site https://www.atsvip.eu/ the video compilation of the awareness campaign carried out under the “Accessible travel solutions for visual impaired Persons” (ATS VIP) project.
This video shows a tour of pictures of all the activities carried out by the ATS VIP consortium within the social awareness campaign carried out as part of the project.
We can see a summary of the interviews with blind people and companions; besides we can know the protocols and the tips for travelling safety and confidently, the last were made within the framework of the project.
This video compilation allows viewers to know, in a few minutes, some of the activities and initiatives carried out by the consortium.
ATS VIP: Accessible travel solutions for visual impaired Persons, it is a Project co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2.
ATS VIP 3rd Transnational Project Meeting (Malaga 15-16 September 2021)
Accessible Travel Solutions for Visual Impaired People: Consortium joined the third Transnational Project Meeting of ATS VIPOn September 15-16, 2021, Consortium joined the third transnational meeting of ATS VIP, a Project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission.ATS for VIP is implemented by a consortium of 3 partners from 3 European countries (The Republic of North Macedonia, Romania and Spain).It Solutions for All was the organiser and host of the meeting. The meeting was held in a mixed format. ITSFA and ABT met in Malaga face to face, while partner LLN attended the meeting online from Macedonia, because of travelling difficulties due to the Covid-19 crisis.This difficulty did not prevent the LLN partners from perfectly coordinating the two days of meetings.The agenda of the meeting included the following items:• Intellectual Outputs:IO1 – Creation of a methodological framework for accessible and safety travelling for visually impaired persons.IO2 – Creation...
Project Accessible travel solutions for visual impaired Persons ATS for VIP Erasmus+ KA2
Project “ “Accessible travel solutions for visual impaired Persons
ATS for VIP”” Erasmus+ KA2
Short-term joint staff training events: Introduction to OER for accessible , safety and secure traveling of visual impaired persons.
ATSVIP's main project objective is to make traveling accessible and safety for blind and visually impaired people, trough development of barrier-free tourism OER and cross-traffic navigation solutions.
Lifelong Learning Network, Macedonia
Internet Solutions for All, Spain
Asociatia Babilon Travel, Romania
The Learning, Teaching, Training Activity: Introduction to OER for accessible , safety and secure traveling of visual impaired people was held on 26-31 July in Ohrid, Macedonia in duration of four working days.
The short term activities allowed the project partners to verify the produced material, to directly involve beneficiaries to use their knowledge, to gather feedback on the project results and indirectly to involve other stakeholders.
The training activity together with other dissemination activities are the best way to share the project...