Projects of Tandem Plus
United for Global Goals is an ErasmusPlus project whose main objective is to contribute concretely to the dissemination of the UN Agenda 2030 in our territories through the formation of specific categories representing the target group of Tandem Plus network users in Europe.
ACCESS4All – Awareness raising and capacity building for changes in disability policies towards inclusive societies.
The REC project aims to create/find common standards in terms of competences of professionals, tools, qualification pathways for professionals – in the field of vocational training and preparation for the integration of migrants and refugees in the world of work.
The aim of the CALM project is to to help educators recognise that creativity is an essential essential component of education training, which fosters open-mindedness and the ability to tolerate uncertainty in a changing educational and social world.
The EUReKA – Key Access to EU Rights project promotes the free movement, inclusion and participation of European citizens in the Member States through the exchange of skills and competences and by improving access to and use of digital information.
The project aims to improve and extend the offer of effective guidance & basic skills learning opportunities of adults, in particular by training over 50s.
The “D’BASKET” project’s objectives are to develop basic and transversal skills of students at ISCED II level (5 to 8 grades) that will be critical for their future and to improve teachers and schools’ competences, as well as leverage the innovative education activities of other stakeholders such as businesses and NGOs into the formal education.
The project UNEXPRESSED TALENT aims at decreasing social and educational exclusion of young people in school age (14-24 y.o.) as well as young NEET (15-25 y.o.) by means of their active participation in civil society and increased personal accountability.
Appraising transversal skills in green jobs for employability of youth and workers in restructuring processes.
The project aims at analyzing the connection between popular culture (PC) production (TV fiction, arts, including performing arts, music, sports, popular books production, and comics, depending on the local relevance) and stereotypes, in order to understand how stereotypes are defined and used to create public opinion.
Higher participation of older workers in employment is an important factor that contributes to smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, and to achieving the Europe 2020 headline target of aiming to raise the employment rate for women and men to 75%.
Increasing the vocational training that will enable the participation of different parties involved in the management of juvenile delinquency, for a better response to the needs for social inclusion of young offenders.