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On 31 January, from 14:00 to 15:30 CET, the Policy Learning Platform is organising the first episode of its new webinar series on Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs). It will focus on the transformation of Cultural and Creative Industries.
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Our points of contact in France hold an online information event about Interreg Europe's cooperation and project funding opportunities in 2021-2027.
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On 7 February, from 14:00 to 15:30 CET, the Policy Learning Platform is hosting the second episode of the Cultural and Creative Industries series. This episode will focus on the sustainability and the social impact of the industries. 
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The 6th International Academic Conference on Education, Teaching, and Learning will be held in Budapest, Hungary on 10-12 February 2023.
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Vous n’avez pas encore trouvé votre école de commerce ? Vous hésitez entre plusieurs Masters ? Rejoignez-nous au salon Access Masters le 10 février.
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The EMCDDA and the University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL) are organising two upcoming joint events in 2023: the European Drugs Winter School (EDWS) and the European Drugs Summer School (EDSS)
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Do you need to upgrade your career in these challenging times? The MBA degree is the most sustainable road for your leadership growth.
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Use this opportunity to meet with reputable business schools, discuss you career goals and find out how they can help you achieve them.
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Top programmes trust Access MBA to engage with unique candidates just like you.
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On Saturday 18 February, the House of European History invites you to the public opening of its new temporary exhibition and project “Throwaway – The history of a modern crisis”.
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Do you need to upgrade your career in these challenging times? The MBA degree is the most sustainable road for your leadership growth.
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The point of contact in Latvia for Interreg Europe holds an online information event about the programme's cooperation opportunities and mainly the second call for proposals.
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The 6th International Conference on Research in Education will be held in Vienna, Austria on 03 - 05 March 2023.
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The Czech point of contact holds an information event about the funding opportunities offered by Interreg Europe and Interreg Central Europe in 2021-2027. The event takes place on 3 March from 9:30 to 13:00 CET in Prague.
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The point of contact in Austria holds an online information event about Interreg Europe and mainly about its second call for project proposals. The event takes place online on 7 March from 10:00 to 13:00 CET.
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The 6th International Academic Conference on Education will be held on 24-26 March 2023 in Oxford, United Kingdom.
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Evnoia group is pleased to invite you to our 19th Global Women’s Leadership Summit scheduled to take place on the 20th - 21st April 2022, in Toronto, Canada.
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The Erasmus+ co-funded BWSE FOR2030 project (Bologna with Stakeholders Eyes for an Innovative, Inclusive and Interconnected EHEA by 2030) will hold a series of three peer-learning activities (PLAs) in 2023.
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The 6th International Conference on New Approaches in Education will be held on 28-30 April 2023 in Lisbon, Portugal.
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The 6th World Conference on Future of Education will be held in Milan, Italy on 19 - 21 May 2023.
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The 6th International Conference on New Trends in Teaching and Education(NTTECONF) will be taking place on the 26th-28th of May in the stunning city of Brussels
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The 6th International Conference of Advanced Research in Education will be held on 02-04 June 2023 in Cambridge, United Kingdom.
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How to manage high-level events: the Protocol Training in Brussels given by the best European protocol experts
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The 7th International Conference on Future of Teaching and Education will be held on 16 - 18 June 2023 in Vienna, Austria.
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The 6th International Academic Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education will be held on 23-25 June in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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Our goal is to offer a worldwide connection between teachers, students, researchers and lecturers, from a wide range of academic fields, interested in exploring and giving their contribution in educational issues.
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The European Drugs Summer School takes place in Lisbon from 26 June to 7 July 2023. This year, the focus will be on mental health. 
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The 6th World Conference on Research in Teaching and Education(WORLDTE) will be held in Zurich, Switzerland on 07-09 July 2023.
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The 7th International Conference on Advanced Research in Teaching and Education will be held on 14 - 16 July 2023 in Helsinki, Finland.
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The 5th International Conference on Applied Research in Education will be held on 20-22 October 2023 in Rome, Italy.
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Interteam Project Management is providing an extensive range of expertise in the management of large EU-funded ;
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About the Finnova Foundation FINNOVA is a European not-for-profit foundation whose main purpose is to seek international funding related to new technology transfer, modernisation, training and innovation. It also seeks to promote international and interregional cooperation through networks and events, its main fields of work being innovation and the financing of innovative projects with resources; FINNOVA's objectives are to promote public-private cooperation through innovation to address social challenges such as employment, training, entrepreneurship, the UN SDGs, the circular economy, etc. In its commitment to innovation, Finnova has been organising the StartupEuropeAwards since 2016, an initiative of the European Commission's DG Connect. Finnova, headquartered in Belgium and Spain, has its own delegations in Chile and Panama. In Spain, it is present in the Comunidad Valenciana, País Vasco, Andalucía, Madrid , and Islas Canarias. Head office: Avenue des Arts, 56, 1000 Brussles (Belgium). Comunidad Valenciana:  Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Nº 5, planta 5, puerta 15. E-46002 Valencia (Spain). Sevilla: Torneo Parque Empresarial. Calle Biología, 12. Edificio Vilamar II. 2ª planta, módulo 11-D. E-41015. Sevilla (Spain).   About Startup Europe Awards Startup Europe Awards is a methodology of DG CONNECT of the European Commission, implemented by Finnova Foundation since 2016. The SEUAs are an open innovation tool to identify disruptive startups that promotes public-private collaboration and raises awareness of the importance of self-entrepreneurship as a driver of employment. In addition to generating alliances that help to meet the SDGs of the United Nations and the actions of the European Green Pact, thus contributing to the circular economy, the fight against climate change and sustainable tourism. About StartupEuropeAccelerathon Startup Europe Accelerathon () aims to identify innovative ideas eligible for funding from the European Union, such as LIFE, Green Deal, Horizon 2020 or NextGenerationEU. StartupEuropeAccelerathon follows the indications of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, contributing from each challenge to the proposed SDGs; in the framework of the StartupEuropeAwards methodology of DG CONNECT of the European Commission, which was born from DG Research and Development in 2020 with the pan-European campaign Hackthevirus. It has been successfully carried out with governments such as that of the Valencian Community with the challenge of industrial polluting waters or the Andalusian Regional Government with the challenge of the fight against climate change, forest management and innovation in the prevention, fight against fires and regeneration of burnt areas.
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This Action encompasses the creation of a European-led multidisciplinary network from countries showing higher NEET youth rates in rural areas. Rural NEETs’ Youth Network (RNYN) aims at developing a model of comprehension for rural NEETs’ social exclusion risk and protective factors based on the bioecological model. It focuses on three specific goals: (1) upholding future research capability, with an emphasis on Early Career Investigators (ECI) and Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC); (2) creating a rural NEETs’ online observatory; (3) fostering knowledge use by policy makers and practitioners. The RNYN work plan will be produced by 3 working groups; it will contribute to define a coherent model for future research, based on an intensive survey of national and cross-national trends regarding rural NEETs’ profile and support systems, as well as methodological and intervention best-practices in the field. RNYN added value stems from an eclectic theoretical, disciplinary, institutional and international approach and in upskilling ECI in ITC that are more affected by high rural NEET rates. In the long run, RNYN’s scientific impact will lead to the creation of a rural NEETs’ observatory, integrating ECI in a broad multidisciplinary community and strengthening the COST Inclusiveness Policy. Long-term socio-economic impact is expected to be translated into (in)ternational legislation to tackle rural NEETs’ needs and promote sectoral innovations. RNYN is a timely proposal by creating networks/platforms to organize findings, connect critical mass dealing with rural NEETs and build up research capacity. It is also socially relevant, by aiming at informing policies and on-the-ground practices.
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Acavent is a worldwide organizer of scientific conferences, workshops, and exhibitions. Our international company headquarters is based in Vilnius, Lithuania and we already have 10 years of experience in the events industry. Acavent is specialized in creating an academic environment for those who seek new ideas, new achievements, highly skilled academic people, and colleagues all over the world. As a Professional Conference Organizer, Acavent creates, organizes and plans conferences and events in various fields of science. Acavent also offers a thorough list of services required in organizing and holding in-person and online conferences for organizations, companies, and academic institutions. At Acavent, we gather professors, scholars, students, scientists, profit and non-profit organizations, research centers, fast-growing startups, and policymakers, to share ideas, knowledge and skills, to network and foster collaborative interdisciplinary research.
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European Fund Management Consulting – EFMC – is one of the leading organisations in Europe that specialised in the financial management of European Union Research & Innovation projects (FP7 & H2020). Established in January 2014, EFMC has its headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia and back-office in Paris, France. Our organisation supports beneficiaries of European Grants in all financial issues concerning European projects. The main specialization is research grants such as FP7 and H2020.Our clientele includes SMEs, Universities, laboratories, private and public companies, NGOs and research centres from all over Europe and our partners are mainly Financial and Project Managers who are in charge of EU research projects (mainly FP7 & H2020).
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FRH is an organisation dedicated to the safeguarding of Europe’s diverse and unique religious heritage. It is the only independent, non-faith, and non-profit network of charities and conservation departments of governmental, religious and university institutions, and other professionals working to protect religious heritage buildings across Europe, with over 170 members in over 35 countries.
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ALDA is a key stakeholder in the field of local democracy, active citizenship, and cooperation between local authorities and civil society in Europe, its neighborhood and in the World, mainly acting through participative methods and decentralized cooperation. As a core element, ALDA supports citizens and groups of citizens in their initiatives aimed at improving their local context, building bridges with local authorities in order to make this change real. ALDA was established in 1999 at the initiative of the Council of Europe to coordinate and support the network of Local Democracy Agencies (LDAs), which are self- sustainable, locally registered NGOs acting as promoters of good governance and local self-government, with which ALDA collaborates in many activities. ALDA is a membership-based organisation gathering today more than 350 members, including local authorities, associations of local authorities, and civil society organisations, coming from more than 45 countries in the enlarged Europe. ALDA is funded through membership fees, as well as project funding from the European Commission, the Council of Europe and other public and private donors.
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GlobalKS is a premier platform that unites thought leaders, scientists, corporate stakeholders, academics, government officials, and non-profit organisations under the common goal of sharing knowledge. Our academic conferences and scientific workshops are meticulously planned and impeccably executed to ensure maximum learning and networking opportunities. We believe that progress is accelerated by the open flow of ideas and cross-national learning. As such, we invite leading minds to keynote at our scientific events and facilitate the discussion long after a conference is over. Our network counts on us to put together events that are both engaging and highly relevant. Staying on top of trends, gaining deep understanding of common challenges, and bringing together a diverse group of people drive our daily work. ‘Quality’ is not just a buzzword at GlobalKS. It’s a way of doing business.
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 Vista di AnconaAncona , quale sede universitaria, è una realtà relativamente recente, conseguente ad un lungo processo di realizzazione di aspirazioni e motivazioni culturali, sociali, economiche, storiche. Ancona, già nel Medioevo sede di una Scuola di Diritto ottenne da Papa Pio V nel 1562 l'autorizzazione ad istituire uno "Studium Generale cuiuscumque Facultatis et Scientiae", con la Facoltà di Diritto Civile e Canonico e di Teologia, con la possibilità inoltre di istituire altre Facoltà. Il collegio dei dottori aveva potestà di conferire i vari gradi accademici. Ai dottori e agli studenti venivano altresì riconosciuti privilegi, prerogative, immunità propri degli altri Studi Generali, quali quelli di Bologna e Padova.Il nuovo Studium caratterizzato per un secolo da fervore di studi, subì un declino progressivo nella seconda metà del XVII secolo per l'attrazione esercitata sui giovani delle famiglie benestanti della città dai più famosi Studi di Roma e Bologna. Tale declino culminò nel 1739 con una prima chiusura dello Studium. RettoratoNel 1746, su delibera del Consiglio Comunale, approvata da Papa Benedetto XIV, venne nuovamente attivata la cattedra di Diritto Civile e Canonico, cattedra la cui breve vita ebbe termine con i grandi rivolgimenti politici degli anni 1797-1799. Le aspirazioni universitarie di Ancona, per lungo tempo apparentemente sopite, riemersero al termine della prima Guerra Mondiale, dapprima incerte e confuse, successivamente con contorni più precisi, inquadrata in sempre più razionale coscienza dell'intera problematica universitaria regionale. Le fasi successive, durate fino al termine degli anni 20, furono contrassegnate da proposte diverse, mai giunte alla fase di realizzazione, quali la creazione di una Confederazione universitaria regionale, con Rettorato ad Ancona, con la presenza nella stessa città del triennio clinico di medicina e di una non meglio definita Scuola Superiore di Commercio.Dall'inizio degli anni 30 il disegno di un'intesa regionale su una programmazione universitaria globale che prevedesse la realizzazione anche ad Ancona di una Università trovò illuminati e strenui propugnatori nei soci e nel presidente dell'Istituto Marchigiano di Scienze Lettere ed Arti, istituito nel capoluogo nel 1925.   MunicipioIl paziente lavoro istruttivo e propositivo, interrotto dagli eventi della seconda Guerra Mondiale, venne ripreso nel dopoguerra e tra proposte, richieste, opposizioni, prese di posizione campanilistiche, silenzi e dinieghi ministeriali, si giunse nel 1969 alla istituzione della Libera Università di Ancona, nonché il relativo statuto, con l'attivazione del primo biennio della Facoltà di Ingegneria e del triennio biologico della Facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia, da parte del  Consiglio Direttivo del Consorzio costituito costituito tra Comune, Amministrazione Provinciale, Camera di Commercio, e presieduto e stimolato dal professor Trifogli.Il consiglio Superiore della Pubblica Istruzione espresse successivamente parere favorevole, autorizzando l'attivazione della Facoltà di Ingegneria per L'Anno Accademico 1969-70 e di quella di Medicina per l'anno successivo. Era così nata ad Ancona la Libera Università, riconosciuta definitivamente come Università statale in tempi molto brevi, ed esattamente il 18 gennaio 1971.   Polo VillareyLa città di Ancona divenne finalmente sede Universitaria, con due Facoltà proprie, alle quali venne in seguito aggregata anche la Facoltà di Economia e Commercio. Nell'Anno Accademico 1988-89 venne istituita la Facoltà di Agraria (corso di laurea in Scienze Agrarie) e, nell'Anno Accademico 1991- 92, la Facoltà di Scienze Matematiche Fisiche e Naturali (corso di Laurea in Biologia Generale con indirizzi in Biologia Marina ed Oceanografica ed in Biotecnologie).Sono attivi nelle cinque Facoltà  22 corsi di Laurea triennale di primo livello, 17 corsi di Laurea Specialistica biennale di secondo livello, 3 lauree Magistrali a ciclo unico, 35 scuole di specializzazione , 20 dottorati di ricerca con sede amministrativa ad Ancona o in sede distaccata a Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata, Pesaro, San Benedetto del Tronto. La popolazione studentesca, dalle iniziali 290 matricole dell'anno '69-'70 è andata progressivamente aumentando fino a superare le sedicimilacinquecento unità. Il personale dell'Ateneo è attualmente costituito da un Corpo Accademico di 545 professori e ricercatori e da 610 Collaboratori tecnici e amministrativi.   Polo Monte DagoLe attività didattica e di ricerca, all'inizio ospitate in sedi diverse, spesso inadeguate ed insufficienti, trovano attualmente una sistemazione tripolare: un polo scientifico e tecnologico in località Monte Dago, in un complesso di edifici tra i quali spicca la monumentale e prestigiosa opera progettata dall'architetto italo- americano Belluschi. Tale polo ospita la Facoltà d'Ingegneria, la Facoltà di Agraria, la Facoltà di Scienze. Nella stessa località si sta completando la struttura edilizia necessaria per soddisfare le necessità didattiche e scientifiche della nuova Facoltà biologica: un polo biologico, scientifico e sanitario in località Torrette è costituito da un complesso edilizio per le esigenze didattiche e di ricerca della Facoltà di Medicina; un polo economico , nel centro storico della città, che si identifica con la Facoltà di Economia , che ha sede nello splendido edificio restaurato dell'ottocentesca caserma Villarey. L'attività amministrativa e di coordinamento trova la sua ideale collocazione logistica, nell'Ottocentesco Palazzo in Piazza Roma, sede del Rettorato e della Direzione Amministrativa, in stretta vicinanza con altri edifici in cui trovano spazi per la loro attività i rimanenti servizi ;   Polo TorretteIl patrimonio edilizio è completato dagli insediamenti ed impianti sportivi in località Posatora, nella vasta area ex sede della Facoltà di Medicina, distrutta dalla rovinosa frana nel 1982. Nella medesima area è stato progettato un moderno orto botanico, quale completamento, insieme all'Azienda Agraria, già attiva nel vicino comune di Agugliano, delle esigenze didattico-scientifiche della Facoltà di Agraria. Si prevede inoltre, in tempi medio-lunghi, la completa ristrutturazione della ex caserma Stamira, l'ultima acquisizione dell'Università dorica e si ipotizza il suo utilizzo come foresteria per studenti e studiosi di altre Università anche non italiane, che sempre più numerosi frequentano gli Istituti e Dipartimenti nell'ambito di progetti nazionali ed internazionali di aggiornamento e ricerca. In data 18 gennaio 2003 l'Università degli Studi di Ancona ha cambiato denominazione in "Università Politecnica delle Marche".
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The British Council builds connections, understanding and trust between people in the UK and other countries through arts and culture, education and the English language. We work in two ways – directly with individuals to transform their lives, and with governments and partners to make a bigger difference for the longer term, creating benefit for millions of people all over the world. We help young people to gain the skills, confidence and connections they are looking for to realise their potential and to participate in strong and inclusive communities. We support them to learn English, to get a high-quality education and to gain internationally recognised qualifications. Our work in arts and culture stimulates creative expression and exchange and nurtures creative enterprise. We connect the best of the UK with the world and the best of the world with the UK. These connections lead to an understanding of each other's strengths and of the challenges and values that we share. This builds trust between people in the UK and other nations which endures even when official relations may be strained. We work on the ground in more than 100 countries. In 2019-20 we connected with 80 million people directly and with 791 million overall, including online and through our broadcasts and publications.
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Bantani Education is a non-profit based in Belgium, working collaboratively to drive entrepreneurial and creative learning. By bringing together extensive policy and practical experience, working with public, community and private sector partners to embed entrepreneurial skills into all type of learning. The co-founders and network of associates, working from across Europe work to build collaborations and initiatives involving policy makers, educators, community and the private sector, to embed high quality entrepreneurial and creative learning practice and policy into formal and non-formal learning
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TCBL is a community of like-minded individuals, labs and companies who are working together on the many elements that will contribute to creating a more circular and sustainable European Fashion, Textile & Clothing sector.TCBL Association is the non-profit that carries forth the Horizon 2020 TCBL Project that ended in 2019.
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The Media & Learning Association (MLA) or to give it its full name the MEDEA: MEDIA & LEARNING ivzw is an international, not-for-profit association set up in 2012 under Belgian law to promote and stimulate the use of media as a way to enhance innovation and creativity in teaching and learning across all levels of education in Europe. Members include national and regional agencies charged with the promotion of innovation in teaching and learning as well as universities, ministries of education and schools’ networks.
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EGInA – European Grants International Academy – has been founded in 2012 in Foligno, central Italy, as a private education center. The agency, accredited by the Umbria Region for vocational training and certification of competencies, represents today one of the main stakeholders in the field of local, national, and European initiatives design and implementation, relying on the cooperation of numerous experts in the fields of education, social innovation, cultural heritage and digital transformation.Thanks to the collaboration with numerous national and international institutions and networks, Egina Srl is able to activate a multidisciplinary think tank that is able to meet the needs of growth and innovation of the different actors of the community, always respecting the principles of sustainable development, equity and social inclusion. Egina does not offer purely profit-oriented consultancy services for their own sake, but it is personally committed to contributing to strategic planning, fundraising and implementation of innovative actions in education, social, cultural, and environmental fields, paying particular attention to the possibilities offered by new digital technologies and ensuring high-quality levels and impact on all stakeholders.
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The European Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning (EAPRIL) promotes practice-based research on learning issues in the context of initial, formal, lifelong and organisational ;EAPRIL is unique in bringing together those interested in the crossroads between research and practice but also between education and professional learning. EAPRIL brings together two unique sub networks that focus on learning in two specific contexts: Education and Learning in Schools and Corporate ; Both parallel streams have their own activities but share the same goal. Our annual Conference  offers activities allowing to interconnect and exchange research and experience with fellow researchers and practitioners across this variety of fields.
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ALL DIGITAL is a Brussels-based network of organisations working to enhance digital skills of Europeans. We were established in 2007 on the initiative of digital inclusion leaders with support from Microsoft first as an informal thematic network, and in 2010 – as a formal international non-profit association. Thirteen years later, we are a major European Association in the field of digital inclusion and empowerment, but also a family united by one purpose: empower Europe through digital skills. Our vision is that every European should be able to exploit the benefits and opportunities created by digital transformation. We are ALL ; Our members are organisations leading the networks of digital competence centres – low threshold community centres, NGOs, libraries, other public places where people get access to technology and the Internet and learn digital skills.
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VKI is a non-profit international educational and scientific organisation, hosting three departments (aeronautics and aerospace, environmental and applied fluid dynamics, and turbomachinery & propulsion). It provides post-graduate education in fluid dynamics (Research Master in Fluid Dynamics (Master-after-master level), former "VKI Diploma Course", Doctoral Programme, Short Training Program and lecture series) and encourages "training in research through research". The von Karman Institute undertakes and promotes research in the field of fluid dynamics. Extensive research on experimental, computational and theoretical aspects of gas and liquid flows is carried out at the VKI under the direction of the faculty and research engineers, sponsored mainly by governmental and international agencies as well as industries.
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ECOPNET (European Cooperation & Partnership Network) is a Brussels-based, politically independent nonprofit network focusing on cooperations and international partnerships, gathering individuals, institutions, universities, academics, scientists, local authorities and companies interested in EU affairs and global cooperation. ECOPNET is also aimed at supporting its members to tackle challenges with the EU policies, as well as promoting the EU values across the ;
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TheMayor.EU - the European Portal for Cities and Citizens covers smart city projects, innovative and sustainable initiatives from the local governments of the European Union. Discover the latest news from EU municipalities.
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entreTime is a new entrepreneurship education service aimed at upskilling educators within higher education institutions and upgrading their pedagogical tools on this domain by providing a comprehensive training package. Following our specific philosophy which considers entrepreneurship as a holistic pedagogical teaching method (“teaching through entrepreneurship”), a unique academic platform for spreading entrepreneurial teaching and co-creation, also outside the traditional domain of business schools and economic faculties, will be set up and validated throughout three years of activity, engaging top-level educators across Europe.
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School leaders play a key role in achieving more inclusive edu...
Policy Brief
December 13, 2021
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School leaders play a key role in achieving more inclusive education systems and strongly influence learner outcomes
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Recognising the learning outcomes acquired abroad by IVET lear...
Policy Brief
December 1, 2022
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Recognising the learning outcomes acquired abroad by IVET learners: some progress made, but still much to do
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The future is in our hands Recognising emerging skills needs i...
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November 22, 2022
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The future is in our hands Recognising emerging skills needs in the craft sector in the EU Neighbourhood and Central Asia
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Heritage embraces technology. ICT for cultural tourism strategies
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December 16, 2022
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A new scientific paper by Raiyani et al. explains the importance of Information Communication Technology tools in fostering social innovation and cultural tourism development in lesser-known localities.
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Legislative Definitions around Learners’ Needs - A snapshot ...
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December 6, 2022
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Legislative Definitions around Learners’ Needs - A snapshot of European country approaches
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A roadmap for the EU and Europe Integrating adaptive heritage ...
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September 16, 2022
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A roadmap for the EU and Europe Integrating adaptive heritage reuse in wider EU policies, programmes and practices
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CARTIF wins the AR&PA international award for innovation appli...
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November 21, 2022
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The Cultural and Natural Heritage Area of CARTIF, one of TExTOUR project partners, received the AR&PA'2022 international award for innovation applied to Cultural Heritage on the 12th of November 2022.
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Too good to waste: tapping the potential of vocational educati...
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November 16, 2022
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Too good to waste: tapping the potential of vocational education and training in the waste management sector
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On a journey through the Minett region - using playful storyte...
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October 28, 2022
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On a journey through the Minett region - using playful storytelling to share different narratives of industrial heritage
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L’éducation pour le changement social: le rôle des syndica...
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October 10, 2022
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L’éducation pour le changement social: le rôle des syndicats de l’enseignement dans le domaine du développement environnemental durable
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Interview with Dr. Richard S.J. Tol by Weiwei Zheng
20 Dec 2022
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Interview with Dr. Richard S.J. Tol (Professor of Economics, University of Sussex and VU Amsterdam) on the economics of climate change; conducted by Weiwei Zheng (Max Weber Fellow, EUI).
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11 Jan 2023
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We all have a personal story to tell about how the recent global health crisis impacted us and our families. But what has been the impact on society as a whole? Specifically: ❓ what do we know about the consequences of the global health crisis on life, education and the labour markets in the EU's neighbouring countries? ❓ did the pandemic leave people feeling excluded from education and work opportunities? ❓ what are the lessons learnt for both education and labour market systems? We will discuss all of these issues with: 🎙️ Cristina Mereuta, European Training Foundation 🎙️ Iwona Ganko, European Training Foundation 🎙️ Doriana Monteleone, European Training Foundation Save the date!! #skills4change #skills4all #EuropeanYearofSkills
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19 Dec 2022
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The EFFE Seal for Festival Cities and Regions is a recognition and an invitation to cities and regions that wish to associate and integrate their development and image with a strong festival, cultural - and European - commitment. If you would like to know more about the EFFE Seal, head to: https://www.efa-aef.eu/en/initiatives/effe-seal-for-festival-cities-and-regions or write to: [email protected]
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4 Jan 2023
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The Preparatory Action "European Spaces of Culture" Phase 2 was concluded in October 2022. With this video, gain insights into how the 11 pilot projects were implemented throughout 2022 and what the future holds for European Spaces of Culture. Find out more about European Spaces of Culture here on the website: europeanspacesofculture.eu/ Video: Cartoonbase
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UNI(di)versity project webinar - The social responsibility of universities in the era of migration
21 Dec 2022
European University ...
Speakers: - Henriette Stoeber, Policy Analyst, Higher Education Policy Unit, European University Association - Cati Jerez, Coordinator, Refugee Support Programme, University of Barcelona - Graziella Gaglione, Head of Internationalization of Didactics and European Programmes Office, Sapienza University of Rome - Cristina Giudici, Associate Professor in Demography, Department of Methods and Models for Economics, Territory and Finance, Sapienza University of Rome - Cristina Stefanelli, Project Manager, UNIMED - Lina Senen, Research Assistant, Diversity Lab, Utrecht University - Chaired by Alison Morrisroe, Policy and Project Officer, Higher Education Policy Unit, European University Association This webinar presented the outcomes of the UNI(di)versity project and showcased the crucial role played by higher education institutions in fostering the social inclusion of migrants and cultural diversity. Held shortly before International Migrants Day (18 December), this event aimed to engage in the global conversation about migration and encourage key stakeholders in the field to further support the inclusion of migrants in higher education by leveraging the project’s results after its conclusion. Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: http://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: http://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: http://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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education Wrap-up and closing by Amanda Crowfoot, Secretary General, EUA
Wrap-up and closing by Amanda Crowfoot, Secretary General, EUA
13 Dec 2022
European University ...
Wrap-up and closing by Amanda Crowfoot, Secretary General, EUA
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 5: Regional finalist - Big Air Shougang , Beijing 2022 OWG
UIA 2030 Award Category 5: Regional finalist - Big Air Shougang , Beijing 2022 OWG
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 5: Regional finalist - Big Air Shougang, Beijing 2022 OWG, by Architectural Design & Research Big Air Shougang, Beijing 2022 OWG 📍China by Architectural Design & Research Category 5 recognises projects which have contributed significantly to the provision of access to safe, inclusive and accessible green and public space for all, consistent with the principles underpinning Target 11.7 of SDG11. Big Air Shougang by Architectural Design & Research was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. "Big Air Shougang is the first Olympic Winter Games venue sitting right inside an industrial heritage site. It will hold Big Air events in Beijing 2022" Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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education ROUNDTABLE – Expertise in Policy-Making in Times of Crisis: Lessons learned from COVID-19
ROUNDTABLE – Expertise in Policy-Making in Times of Crisis: Lessons learned from COVID-19
9 Jan 2023
EUI TV
The roundtable will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on science advice in policy-making. It focuses on successes and challenges related to the generation of knowledge and the use of science advice during the pandemic. Special attention will be given to the role of social and behavioral sciences as well as humanities. The roundtable will furthermore discuss lessons learned from COVID-19 for science advice in policy-making under stress. In this dimension, speakers will focus on essential questions of the use of science advice for complex political decision preparation and decision-making under the conditions of uncertainty. Speakers: Étienne Bassot (EPRS), Paul Cairney (University of Stirling), Wolfgang Hiller (EPRS), Maru Mormina (University of Oxford), Annette Elisabeth Töller (FernUniversität Hagen), Ellen Wayenberg (University of Gent). This roundtable was jointly organized by the EUI Crisis of Expert Knowledge and Authority Interdisciplinary Cluster and the European Parliament Research Service (EPRS).
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education Panel 2 – Future prospects and international outlook
Panel 2 – Future prospects and international outlook
13 Dec 2022
European University ...
Speakers: • Marcello Scalisi, Director, Mediterranean Universities Union (UNIMED) • Martina Hartl, Deputy Head of Department for International Research Cooperation and Science Diplomacy, Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, Austria and Member of the ERA Subgroup on the Global Approach to R&I cooperation • Martin Penny, Head of Unit for International Cooperation, Europe, Americas and thematic coherence, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, European Commission Moderation: • Thomas Jørgensen, Director for Policy Coordination The world is changing rapidly as we are sliding from the pandemic into a major geopolitical crisis that ultimately also affects universities and the way they collaborate in Europe and beyond. What does the future hold for transnational collaboration and where do we want to go? Is crisis the new normal? Will universities be able to remain globally connected or will we see a refocusing of partnerships due to political constraints? What does this mean for higher education and research? These questions was discussed in session 2 together with representatives from universities, the EU institutions and other stakeholders.
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 6: Regional finalist -Kiln Tower in Rammed Earth,
UIA 2030 Award Category 6: Regional finalist -Kiln Tower in Rammed Earth,
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 6: Regional finalist - Kiln Tower in Rammed Earth, by Boltshauser Architekten AG Kiln Tower in Rammed Earth 📍Switzerland by Boltshauser Architekten AG Category 6 recognises projects that have contributed significantly to building sustainable and resilient buildings utilising local materials, consistent with the principles underpinning Target 11.c of SDG11. The Kiln Tower in Rammed Earth by Boltshauser Architekten AG was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. "The kiln tower demonstrates a contemporary development of building with earth: It consists of prefabricated rammed earth elements and is prestressed which makes the system resistant to earthquake loads" Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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culture UIA Friendly and Inclusive Spaces Awards (2020/2021)
UIA Friendly and Inclusive Spaces Awards (2020/2021)
11 Jan 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
The 3rd edition of the UIA Friendly and Inclusive Spaces Awards attracted 91 entries from 35 countries across the world. Despite widely varying economic, political, social and cultural contexts the submissions demonstrated how sensitive architectural design and collaborative processes can create inclusive, friendly and enabling environments. More about the prize: https://bit.ly/3vTrkW3
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education Erasmus+ Ticket - A Ticket for Europe
Erasmus+ Ticket - A Ticket for Europe
20 Dec 2022
Erasmus Student Netw...
We asked the Erasmus Generation what benefits and what obstacles they see in green travel for young people today, and what would be necessary to do to ensure sustainable, train travel is accessible to everyone.
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education LOTUS: Priorities for enhancing L&T
LOTUS: Priorities for enhancing L&T
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European University ...
In this video, Bjørn Stensaker, Vice-Rector for Education, University of Oslo and Ana Tecilazić, co-chair, BFUG Working Group on Learning and Teaching and a Board Member of EURASHE are highlighting their number one priority for enhancing learning and teaching in their context. Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: http://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: http://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: http://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 6: Regional finalist - Extension of the Lamdon Model High School in Zanskar
UIA 2030 Award Category 6: Regional finalist - Extension of the Lamdon Model High School in Zanskar
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 6: Regional finalist - Extension of the Lamdon Model High School in Zanskar, by Atelier Tanka Extension of the Lamdon Model High School 📍India by Atelier Tanka Category 6 recognises projects that have contributed significantly to building sustainable and resilient buildings utilising local materials, consistent with the principles underpinning Target 11.c of SDG11. The extension of the Lamdon Model High School in Zanskar by Atelier Tanka was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. The project "aims to improve the conditions for teaching children of Zanskar, in the Indian Himalayas, using local ressources and know-how." Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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culture UIA 2030 Award - Category 1 - Salez Agricultural Centre - Regional finalist
UIA 2030 Award - Category 1 - Salez Agricultural Centre - Regional finalist
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 1: Regional finalist - Salez Agricultural Centre, by Andy Senn Architekt BSA SIA Salez Agricultural Centre 📍Switzerland by Andy Senn Architekt BSA SIA Category 1 recognises projects which have made the most significant overall contribution of the Sustainable Development Goals. The Salez Agricultural Centre by Andy Senn Architekt BSA SIA was one of the regional finalists. "The new building of the agricultural center in Salez is able to contribute to the development of sustainability through a simple and intelligent system in construction, material and climate concept" Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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culture ISC20C Seminar Series: 20th Century Historic Thematic Framework—A tool for Assessing Heritage Places
ISC20C Seminar Series: 20th Century Historic Thematic Framework—A tool for Assessing Heritage Places
29 Jan 2023
ICOMOS
🏭🏬The Twentieth-century Historic Thematic Framework (20cHTF) was developed by ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on 20th Century Heritage (ISC20C) and the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI). It was published in December 2020, and ISC20C considers it as a main tool for assessing 20c heritage sites globally as well as locally. 🎞🎥This is a recording of the introductory seminar of the seminar series on the Twentieth Century Historic Thematic Framework: A tool for Assessing Heritage Places (20cHTF) titled “Exploring the Twentieth-century Historic Thematic Framework in the European context.” It was held October 14, 2022. 💡🤝This was the second seminar of the series that brought together professionals, policymakers, academics, and representatives from heritage groups and organisations currently engaged in conserving modern built heritage, intending to learn, debate, and stimulate the use of the 20cHTF. 📣In this seminar, GCI and ISC20C introduce the framework and outline its ten themes. This is followed by short presentations by three guest speakers, where they share their experiences working with parallel frameworks. In the end, all speakers join a roundtable discussion moderated by ISC20C Vice President and GCI head of Buildings and Sites Department, Susan Macdonald to discuss why and how the 20cHTF can be used to broaden and stimulate the protection of 20th-century heritage in Europe. 📕To learn more about the introductory seminar and its speakers, please visit https://isc20c.icomos.org/introductory-seminar-20chtf-eu/ 🔎To learn more about the seminar series, please visit https://isc20c.icomos.org/europe-20chtf-seminar-series/ 🎦▶The framework is free and can be downloaded here: https://isc20c.icomos.org/education_items/the-twentieth-century-historic-thematic-framework/ 👉Or here: https://www.getty.edu/conservation/publications_resources/pdf_publications/twentieth_century_historic_thematic_framework.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ⏱️Chapters⏱️: 01:09 - Welcome by ISC20C president Jack Pyburn 03:59 - Today’s Program by Grethe Pontoppidan, ISC20C 05:00 - Introduction to GCI, ISC20C and the Thematic Framework by Susan Macdonald, ISC20C, GCI 12:17 - The 20c Historic Thematic Framework by Gail Ostergren and Chandler McCoy, GCI 38:39 - Short Break 39:10 - Roundtable Introduction 42:56 - Thematic comparative studies, the experience of The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage by James Douet, TICCIH 54:02 - Using a thematic framework approach in a national context – A new strategy for listed buildings in Denmark by Jens Toftgaard, chairman Denmark’s Historic Buildings Council. 1:09:40 - The experience of Historic England’s post-war listing programme by Elain Harwood, Historic England 1:22:43 - Discussion moderated by Susan Macdonald, ISC20C, GCI ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 💻Check out our ICOMOS ISC20c website to find out more about ISC20C Heritage Toolkit! (and hit that subscribe button) 🔔
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education 'Academic Integrity in 2030' Day 1
'Academic Integrity in 2030' Day 1
15 Dec 2022
EADTU
Empower Webinar Week
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culture UIA 2030 Award - Category 1 - Warm Nest Project of Zoige - Highly Commended
UIA 2030 Award - Category 1 - Warm Nest Project of Zoige - Highly Commended
15 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award - Category 1 - Warm Nest Project of Zoige - Highly Commended 🏆 Warm Nest Project of Zoige 📍China By China Southwest Architectural Design and Research Institute Corp. Ltd Category 1 recognises projects which have made the most significant overall contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals. One commendation for this category went to China Southwest Architectural Design and Research Institute Corp. Ltd for Warm Nest Project of Zoige. The jury said that the "The orientation and sculpted shape of the building, position of glazing, size of openings and use of thermal mass are informed by careful climatic analysis while the servicing strategies minimise the use of energy and water. The building also serves to challenge existing typologies and demonstrates the value of such an approach in such economically poor and under resourced remote areas" Watch this video to find out more about the project ⬆️Subscribe to our channel and turn on the notifications to be the first to know when we post new content ! Discover more about the UIA on our website- https://bit.ly/3KfIpOS Don't forget to follow us on our social media accounts to stay up to date with our latest news and events: Facebook - Union Internationale des Architectes (UIA) - https://bit.ly/3OvtKCi Twitter - @UIA_Architects - https://bit.ly/38oaaqV LinkedIn - UIA Union Internationale des Architectes - https://bit.ly/3kaFv3h Instagram - @uia_org - https://bit.ly/3OmiGGE #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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education The UK & Ireland in a Time of Crisis: The Northern Ireland Protocol
The UK & Ireland in a Time of Crisis: The Northern Ireland Protocol
13 Jan 2023
UACES
The event took place on the 19th October 2022 at the Press Club Brussels Europe. About the event: The arrival of a new British Prime Minister raises once again the question of whether a settlement over the Northern Ireland Protocol is possible. As both the key to concluding the 2020 Withdrawal Agreement and the cause of much of the subsequent tension between the UK and the EU, the Protocol sits in an uneasy position, especially for the people of Northern Ireland itself. This event brings together insights from Ireland, the UK and the EU to consider whether the lived experience of the Protocol matches the rhetoric, the options open to the various parties involved and the question of whether the securing of a mutually-acceptable outcome might start to rebuild the UK’s relations with Ireland, the EU and beyond. Chaired by Dr Giada Lagana (Cardiff University) Speakers: Dr Mary C. Murphy (University College Cork) Shona Murray (Reporter with Euronews) Prof Simon Usherwood (Open University) The event is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
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culture EAF outreach event - December 2022
EAF outreach event - December 2022
15 Dec 2022
EuropeanaEU
EAF outreach event - December 2022
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education Professor Georgios Papakonstantinou:
Professor Georgios Papakonstantinou: "Training is a core mission of the EUI."
26 Jan 2023
EUI TV
Professor Georgios Papakonstantinou, Dean of Executive Education at the European University Institute, describes the role of executive education programmes at the Institute. www.eui.eu
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education Are you Ready for the 17th General Assembly 2023 in Lisbon?!
Are you Ready for the 17th General Assembly 2023 in Lisbon?!
18 Jan 2023
Erasmus Mundus Assoc...
We are excited to Present to you the 17th EMA General Assembly in Lisbon Portugal 2023!! The General Assembly is always a time for us to meet and celebrate the spirit of EMA and we are looking forward to making this one a very enjoyable one!!
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education Challenges in transnational cooperation
Challenges in transnational cooperation
13 Dec 2022
European University ...
While much has been achieved in recent decades to develop university cooperation across Europe and beyond, many challenges remain at system level as well as institutional level. In this video, EUA members in seven countries provide insights into the diverse challenges faced by their universities. This video was produced for the EUA event “Deepening, widening, focusing: How to navigate transnational university cooperation into the future?” on 12 December 2022.
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culture Religiöse Sprache ausstellen?
Religiöse Sprache ausstellen?
4 Jan 2023
FRH - Future for Rel...
Religiöse Sprache ausstellen? Die Sprachen von Judentum, Christentum und Islam im Museum kommunizieren Freitag, 14 Oktober 0:00:11 – Begrüßung durch Prof. Dr. Harald Schwillus, Universitätsprofessor an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg 00:10:57 – Begrüßung durch Sabine Verheyen, Vorsitzende des Ausschusses für Kultur und Bildung des Europäischen Parlaments, Mitglied des Europäischen Parlaments 00:15:25 – Begrüßung durch Lilian Grootswagers, Vorsitzender des Beirats der FRH 00:18:49 – Prof. Dr. Harald Schwillus 00:38:52 – PD Dr. Stephanie Lehr-Rosenberg (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg): Auf der Suche nach dem treffenden Wort. Religiöse Sprachlosigkeit und Sprachversuche heute Samstag, 15 Oktober 01:05:45 - Begrüßung durch Prof. Dr. Harald Schwillus, niversitätsprofessor an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg 01:10:56 – Prof. Dr. Guido Meyer (RWTH Aachen University): Über Vielfalt und Originalität des sprachlichen Symbolisierungsmodus im Christentum 01:41:42 – Prof. Dr. Andreas Nachama (Allgemeine Rabbinerkonferenz, ARK): Es gilt das gesprochene Wort. Sprache im Jüdischen Gottesdienst als Brücke zwischen Erde und Himmel 02:07:30 – Prof. Dr. Fahimah Ulfat (Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen): Islam und das Abenteuer der Übersetzbarkeit 02:41:10 – Prof. Dr. René Torkler (Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel): Über Religion sprechen. Philosophiedidaktische Annäherungsversuche an einen Themenbereich 03:07:37 – Podiumsdiskussion mit Prof. Dr. Guido Meyer (RWTH Aachen University), Prof. Dr. Fahimah Ulfat (Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen) und Prof. Dr. René Torkler (Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel) 03:44:58 – Begrüßung durch Stefan Beier, Museumsleiter Kloster Lehnin 03:49:34 – Pfr. Hannes Langbein (Präsident der Gesellschaft für Gegenwartskunst und Kirche Artheon e.V.): Wie bitte? – Künstlerische Zugänge zur Sprache der Religion 04:36:05 – Pfr. Veit Dinkelaker (Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum Frankfurt/Main): G*tt w/m/d – Geschlechtervielfalt seit biblischen Zeiten. Eine Ausstellung im Bibelhaus Erlebnis Museum Frankfurt 05:04:48 – Prof. Dr. Daniela Blum (RWTH Aachen University): Kreuze und Martyrien. Religiöses Sprechen in Auseinandersetzung mit Gewaltdarstellungen im Diözesanmuseum Rottenburg 05:33:12 – Dr. Stefan Rhein (Vorstand und Direktor der Stiftung Luthergedenkstätten in Sachsen-Anhalt): „Sprachereignis Luther“ – Auf der Suche nach spielerischen Lernszenarien 06:04:46 – Dr. Anja Schöne : RELIGIO - Westfälisches Museum für religiöse Kultur 06:17:53 – Podiumsdiskussion mit Prof. Dr. Daniela Blum, Dr. Anja Schöne, Dr .Stefan Rhein and Rev Veit Dinkelaker. Moderation: Stefan Beier 06:28:29 – Beendigung der Veranstaltung durch Dr. Stefan Rhein (Vorstand und Direktor der Stiftung Luthergedenkstätten in Sachsen-Anhalt)
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education Panel 1 – Purposes, current formats, frameworks and challenges
Panel 1 – Purposes, current formats, frameworks and challenges
13 Dec 2022
European University ...
Speakers: • Michael Murphy, President, European University Association • Kathleen O’Connor, Vice-President for International and European Networks, University of Lille, France • Matteo Vespa, President, European Students Union • Sophia Eriksson-Waterschoot, Director for Youth, Education and Erasmus+, Directorate General for Education and Culture, European Commission Moderation: • Anna-Lena Claeys-Kulik, Deputy Director for Policy Coordination and Foresight, EUA Transnational collaboration is a key feature of the European university landscape, and it takes many different forms from student mobility to small scale collaboration projects, peer-to-peer research collaboration to fully fledged multilateral partnerships like the alliances under the European Universities Initiative. Transnational university collaboration is also a big focus of European level policy discussions in the context of the European Strategy for Universities and the Bologna Process and there are many policy goals attached to it. But what are the academic purposes and added value and how can we make sure they are kept in focus and balanced with political goals? Diverse formats also come with different needs and challenges. What are these challenges and are current frameworks fit for purpose to support these diverse formats of collaboration? After showcasing concrete examples of collaboration, these questions was discussed together with university and student representatives as well as policy makers.
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education First call lead partner welcome webinar 2023
First call lead partner welcome webinar 2023
23 Jan 2023
Interreg Europe
Recording of a welcome webinar for lead partners of newly approved Interreg Europe projects from the first call for project proposals in 2021-2027. The webinar took place on 19 January 2023. More information: https://www.interregeurope.eu/news-and-events/events/welcome-webinar-for-the-first-call-projects Shortcuts to specific sections: 00:00:45 Introduction and agenda overview (Miia Itänen, Interreg Europe) 00:05:05 Warm-up poll: How much experience do you have from Interreg Europe projects? 00:02:55 Hello from the chat team (Jason Martinez & Ségolène Jean, Interreg Europe) 00:06:56 Welcome to Interreg Europe (Erwin Siweris, Interreg Europe) 00:14:45 Steps to come (Anne-Cecile Renard, Interreg Europe) 00:18:57 Q&A 00:21:17 Subsidy contract and partnership agreement (Anne-Cecile Renard, Interreg Europe) 00:36:00 Q&A 00:43:30 Communication requirements (Irma Astrauskaite-Denis, Interreg Europe) 01:00:30 Q&A 01:00:41 Communication poll: Who will be responsible for communication in your project? 01:22:28 Concluding remarks: how to contact us & upcoming events (Irma Astrauskaite-Denis, Interreg Europe) 01:29:54 Thank you and closing of the webinar (Miia Itänen, Interreg Europe) Overview of Q&A questions (see the video for answers): 00:18:57 Q&A (part 1) 00:19:10 Q: When will the new Programme Manual come out? 00:19:32 Q: Interreg Europe Portal or "new iOLF" - when will the portal be available for reporting? 00:36:00 Q&A (part 2) 00:36:22 Q: Are annexes mandatory to be filled out and provided with the partnership agreement? 00:37:50 Q: As both the subsidy and partnership agreements will be signed over a period of weeks, is it still ok to start partnership activities, especially meetings, during that time? 00:39:03 Q: By when must the subsidy contract be signed? 00:40:15 Q: Is it possible to sign a partnership agreement with an electronic signature? 00:41:12 Q: Is there a deadline for having a signed partnership agreement? 00:42:05 Q: Do you have any guidance available on GDPR issues for Interreg Europe projects? 01:00:30 Q&A (part 3) 01:02:00 Q: When and for how long should project posters be displayed? Will it be sent to the lead partners? Is lead partner the one who should provide it to the partners? 01:04:20 Q: What is the target group of project videos? 01:06:27 Q: Is it possible to make an animated video? 01:07:20 Q: Do you have any template/guidance for the 2 short videos? 01:08:42 Q: Are the 2 project videos for the whole consortium? Or per partner? 01:09:15 Q: When should the image and sentence for the poster be sent to the JS? 01:10:00 Q: Where to find pictures? Can it be purchased from. e.g. Adobe stock? 01:11:50 Q: Who has the ownership of photos? Should lead partner have an account or should one be created for a project? 01:15:28 Q: How to share documents within the partnership? Can we use any cloud to share documents? Or will a space for file sharing be provided? 01:16:15 Q: If we take pictures during meetings or visits, should we ask people to sign a disclaimer before showing it on the website or social media? 01:17:40 Q: Is it possible to produce or have videos translated or subtitled in different languages? 01:18:50 Q: Are physical posters durable enough to have them displayed in public for several years? 01:22:00 Q: When will the communication seminar take place? What other events are coming up?
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training Social dialogue for inclusion in education and skills development
Social dialogue for inclusion in education and skills development
20 Jan 2023
European Training Fo...
Inclusive learning and working environments inspire and help everyone to reach their potential. But how do we create the right conditions to maximise inclusion? What role does social dialogue play in enhancing inclusion? What are the critical issues facing the EU’s neighbouring regions? Who are the main actors and what can they do?We will discuss all of these issues with:️ Susan Flocken, European Director of the European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE)️ Georgios Zisimos, Head of Policy Advice and EU Programming Unit, European Training Foundation (ETF)Save the date!!#skills4change #skills4all #EuropeanYearofSkills
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culture European Historic Houses in conversation with Caroline d'Assay
European Historic Houses in conversation with Caroline d'Assay
20 Dec 2022
EUHistoricHouses
European Historic Houses interviews Caroline d'Assay, board member of Pro Patrimonio, the Romanian national association advocating for historic houses preservation. The conversation is part of the "Meet our Member" initiative which features a national association member of EHH in every bimonthly newsletter. Enjoy!
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education Introductory speech by Amanda Crowfoot, EUA Secretary General
Introductory speech by Amanda Crowfoot, EUA Secretary General
13 Dec 2022
European University ...
Introductory speech by Amanda Crowfoot, EUA Secretary General
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culture IFLA Europe webinar on Professional Recognition and update on Common Training Framework 9 Dec 2022
IFLA Europe webinar on Professional Recognition and update on Common Training Framework 9 Dec 2022
22 Dec 2022
IFLA EU
IFLA Europe webinar on Professional Recognition and update on Common Training Framework 9 Dec 2022
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education The purposes and added value of transnational cooperation
The purposes and added value of transnational cooperation
13 Jan 2023
European University ...
What is the purpose and the added value of engaging with universities and other countries in Europe or beyond? In this video, leaders from EUA member universities across Europe answer this fundamental question. Transnational cooperation has been important for universities for decades, and the emergence of the European Universities Initiative has only accentuated this. Policy makers place high ambitions on the alliances created under this programme, i.e. to serve as test beds and achieve many different policy goals. However, transnational cooperation takes many different forms, and to ensure long-term sustainability it is important to keep the academic vision in focus. In short, the form should follow the function. This video was produced for the EUA event “Deepening, widening, focusing: How to navigate transnational university cooperation into the future?” on 12 December 2022. Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: http://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: http://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: http://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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education Online workshop: How to cut oil use in Europe's regions
Online workshop: How to cut oil use in Europe's regions
25 Jan 2023
Interreg Europe
Online workshop: How to cut oil use in Europe's regions
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culture ISOCARP NEW YEAR 2023 VIDEO
ISOCARP NEW YEAR 2023 VIDEO
30 Dec 2022
ISOCARP
ISOCARP NEW YEAR 2023 VIDEO
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education #20years of Interreg Europe
#20years of Interreg Europe
20 Dec 2022
Interreg Europe
In 2022, we celebrate #20years of interregional cooperation. On this occasion, we looked into the evolution of the Interreg Europe programme. Discover our video and see how we contribute to the cohesion policy and the European Union’s goals.
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culture UIA 2030 Award-Category 1- LIFE CerSuds:Ceramic Sustainable Urban Drainage System- Regional finalist
UIA 2030 Award-Category 1- LIFE CerSuds:Ceramic Sustainable Urban Drainage System- Regional finalist
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 1: Regional finalist - LIFE CerSuds: Ceramic Sustainable Urban Drainage System, by Eduardo De Miguel; Enrique Fernández-Vivancos (Cátedra Cerámica Valencia UPV) / Javier Miras; Jorge Corrales (Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica de Castellón) LIFE CerSuds: Ceramic Sustainable Urban Drainage System 📍Spain by Eduardo De Miguel; Enrique Fernández-Vivancos (Cátedra Cerámica Valencia UPV) / Javier Miras; Jorge Corrales (Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica de Castellón) Category 1 recognises projects which have made the most significant overall contribution of the Sustainable Development Goals. The LIFE CerSuds: Ceramic Sustainable Urban Drainage System by Eduardo De Miguel; Enrique Fernández-Vivancos (Cátedra Cerámica Valencia UPV) / Javier Miras; Jorge Corrales (Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica de Castellón) was one of the regional finalists. "The LIFE CerSuds demonstrator approach the possibilities offered by sustainable water management for the requalification of public space in our cities, promoting sustainable mobility and boosting the circular economy." Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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education EMA GA 2022 in Copenhagen Highlights
EMA GA 2022 in Copenhagen Highlights
29 Dec 2022
Erasmus Mundus Assoc...
EMA GA 2022 in Copenhagen Highlights
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 2 - Regional Finalist - Thang House
UIA 2030 Award Category 2 - Regional Finalist - Thang House
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 2 - Regional Finalist - Thang House, by VTN Architects Thang House 📍Vietnam by VTN Architects Category 2 recognises projects which have contributed significantly to improving the rate of energy efficiency, consistent with the principles underpinning Target 7.3 of SDG 7, and demonstrates design quality. Thang House by VTN Architects was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. "This project contributes to increase the green area for the city. Human can feel back to the nature with the forest, water and ecosystem in middle of the city" Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign #energy #energyefficiency
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culture The European Pavilion in Rome
The European Pavilion in Rome
20 Dec 2022
European Cultural Fo...
The European Pavilion in Rome, was a three-day artistic programme organized from 17 to 19 November 2022 in collaboration with Fondazione Studio Rizoma, and generously hosted by our partners Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History, Goethe-Institut, German Academy Rome Villa Massimo, Académie de France à Rome Villa Médicis, Istituto Svizzero, Museo delle Civiltà and NERO. The European Pavilion is a programme by the European Cultural Foundation that facilitates spaces for experimentation and reflection on Europe. It stems from the conviction that we need a European art platform to continuously think and challenge what Europe means today and what it can become tomorrow. Every two years, together with foundation partners, the ECF supports cultural organizations across Europe who develop new artistic programmes and commissions that shed new lights on Europe and imagine our shared future. All projects are then presented on the occasion of a major art event, in 2022 it was in Rome. Over the course of three days, artists, thinkers and researchers from all over the continent came together in a programme that offered panel discussions, talks and workshops, music performances, a virtual reality environment, as well as sculptural and multimedia installations.
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education Academic perspectives on present and future of transnational university cooperation
Academic perspectives on present and future of transnational university cooperation
13 Dec 2022
European University ...
Speakers: • Jeroen Huisman, Professor for Higher Education, Ghent University, Belgium • Liviu Matei, Professor of Higher Education and Public Policy, King’s College, London, UK Moderation: • Irina Ferencz, Director, Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) This session was planned as an interview style conversation on academic perspectives on the present and future of international university cooperation in Europe. The aim was to provide an introductory, broader researcher perspective on the topic of cooperation, informed by existing higher education research, i.e. an “academic abstraction”, offering a critical, ‘distant’ look at recent and future developments, without diving too much into the details of current initiatives, like the European Universities Initiative, that will be further addressed in the next panel.
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culture EHTTA 2022 Season's Greetings
EHTTA 2022 Season's Greetings
20 Dec 2022
Historic Thermal Towns
Season's Greetings from the European Route of Historic Thermal Towns! It's been an exciting year, and we have enjoyed working with partners old and new. Thank you for your wonderful support in 2022! We hope you have a peaceful holiday and a happy new year! With warmest thermal greetings from everyone at the European Route of Historic Thermal Towns.
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 3: Regional finalist - AgriNesture, by H&P Architects
UIA 2030 Award Category 3: Regional finalist - AgriNesture, by H&P Architects
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 3: Regional finalist - AgriNesture, by H&P Architects AgriNesture 📍Vietnam by H&P Architects Category 3 recognises projects which have contributed significantly to the provision of accessible, adequate, safe and affordable housing, urban regeneration and or slum upgrading consistent with the principles underpinning Target 11.1 of SDG 11 AgriNesture was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. This project consists of "Homes which promote Agriculture development and bring about ecological balance as well as economic stability for the population in vulnerable areas." Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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training Migrants from Ukraine: The question of skills
Migrants from Ukraine: The question of skills
14 Dec 2022
European Training Fo...
In response to the Russian aggression against Ukraine, the European Training Foundation (ETF) has developed a resource called The Ukraine Hub. What is it and what is its purpose? How does it work and how can it help Ukrainian migrants find work? How can it help recognise the skills and qualifications of Ukrainian migrants?We will discuss all these issues with:️ Iryna Yuryeva, ETF’s Ukraine Resource Hub Manager ️ Iryna Sopilniak, user of the ETF’s Ukraine Resource Hub️ Michael Graham, European Training Foundation️ Susie Howells, European Training Foundation (moderator)Save the date!#Skills4Future #Skills4Change #StandwithUkraine
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training Cedefop Executive Director at the European Parliament Committee on Employment and Social Affairs
Cedefop Executive Director at the European Parliament Committee on Employment and Social Affairs
25 Jan 2023
Cedefop
Cedefop is committed to contributing extensively to the European Year of Skills 2023 (EYS2023), which comes at a crucial point, with skills being at the centre of a fundamental labour market transformation as the greening and digitalisation of the economy gains speed. This is the message that Cedefop Executive Director Jürgen Siebel brought home during the annual exchange of views of decentralised European Union Agencies and the European Parliament's Committee on Employment and Social Affairs on 24 January.
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education 'Academic Integrity in 2030' Day 2
'Academic Integrity in 2030' Day 2
19 Dec 2022
EADTU
'Academic Integrity in 2030' Day 2
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education Doctoral Training Academy 2022 in Surrey
Doctoral Training Academy 2022 in Surrey
13 Jan 2023
UACES
The UACES Doctoral Training Academy is an annual event aimed at PhD Researchers and Early Career Researchers in the field of European Studies. The event offered over 40 academics the chance to enhance their careers. The DTA 2022 was held at the University of Surrey and covered the theme of Teaching & Learning. Music: bensound.com - dreams
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education Webinar on integrated mobility and Mobility as a Service
Webinar on integrated mobility and Mobility as a Service
14 Dec 2022
Interreg Europe
On 13 December, the Policy Learning Platform hosted a webinar on the topic of integrated mobility and Mobility as a Service. Concept and moderation by Katharina Krell and Simon Hunkin, Thematic Experts of Low-carbon economy at the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform. Navigate to the topic of interest using the webinar agenda below: 00:06:01 Introduction by Simon Hunkin to the topic of integrated mobility and Mobility as a Service 00:10:05 Keynote speech by Jorge Bandeira on ensuring the sustainability of MaaS (PriMaaS project) 00:27:34  Q&A: You studied a lot of examples of MaaS from all over EU, which of the examples were 'true MaaS' and what are the must-have features for a full-fledged MaaS project? 00:29:55 Presentation by Vasilis Mizaras on developing MaaS: eMaaS platform of Central Macedonia  00:40:00 Who is willing to use the eMaaS exclusively? Do you know who these people are? Is it a certain age group? 00:41:14 You mentioned that travelers are expecting a collaboration between public transport and micro-mobility. What are your plans for including the Thessaloniki bus and metro networks? 00:42:58  Presentation by Mattias Svahn on integrated ticketing and information platforms: Stockholm public transport (PriMaaS project) 00:52:28  Q&A: Do you see any disadvantage for the city mobility policy because you don't have any power over it? Or is it just an advantage?   00:55:49 Presentation by Jordi Jové Palou on Barcelona’s Regulation framework for sharing mobility services (SMART-MR project) 01:02:37  Q&A: How large is the metro area? Does it include all the municipalities?  01:03:52  Q&A: You mentioned that shared motorcycles represent a tiny fraction of all journeys in Barcelona, what are the positive effects of shared motos that justify that you as administration have so much extra work with them, e.g. for legislating their use?  Panel discussion 01:07:56 Q&A: If there was a checklist for cities interested in MaaS what would be the conditions, in which you would recommend mobility policymakers to introduce MaaS? 01:15:16 Does anyone have experience with how to get stakeholders to work together? 01:22:46 Concluding remarks and recommendations from the speakers
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culture 7 Most Endangered 2023 - Shortlist
7 Most Endangered 2023 - Shortlist
25 Jan 2023
Europa Nostra
The 11 most endangered monuments and heritage sites in Europe for 2023 are: 00:08 Kortrijk Railway Station, Kortrijk, BELGIUM 00:30 Domain and Royal Museum of Mariemont, Morlanwelz, BELGIUM 00:55 Partisan Memorial Cemetery, Mostar, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 01:34 Tchakvinji Fortress, Zugdidi, GEORGIA 02:04 Sisters’ House Ensemble, former Moravian settlement in Kleinwelka, GERMANY 02:37 Mansion (“Konaki”) of Gidas, Alexandreia, GREECE 03:08 Herman Ottó Museum, Miskolc, HUNGARY 03:36 Memento Park, Budapest, HUNGARY 04:15 Cultural Landscape of Paštrovska Gora, MONTENEGRO 04:53 Cultural Landscape of Sveti Stefan, Paštrovići, MONTENEGRO 05:29 Watermills of Bistrica, Petrovac na Mlavi, SERBIA
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 5: Regional finalist - Construction of a Park in the Infonavit Unit
UIA 2030 Award Category 5: Regional finalist - Construction of a Park in the Infonavit Unit
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 5: Regional finalist - Construction of a Park in the Infonavit Unit, by Quintanilla Arquitectos Construction of a Park in the Infonavit Unit 📍Mexico by Quintanilla Arquitectos Category 5 recognises projects which have contributed significantly to the provision of access to safe, inclusive and accessible green and public space for all, consistent with the principles underpinning Target 11.7 of SDG11. The Construction of a Park in the Infonavit Unit by Quintanilla Arquitectos was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. The "Park “Unidad Infonavit” in the Cárdenas neighbourhood as an integral part of an Urban Improvement Programme of the Ministry of Urban, Agrarian and Territorial Development of the Government of Mexico" Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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education Welcome to the Erasmus Generation Meeting
Welcome to the Erasmus Generation Meeting
11 Jan 2023
Erasmus Student Netw...
Aftermovie of the first-ever Erasmus Generation Meeting, the largest student-organised conference on the topics of higher education and mobility.
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education The future of transnational cooperation
The future of transnational cooperation
13 Dec 2022
European University ...
We are at a tipping point for transnational university cooperation in Europe and beyond. As such, this is the time to take a step back and look at where universities want to go. How do they envision transnational collaboration ten years from now? And what do they need to get there? In this video, a diverse set of voices from EUA’s membership address these questions with an eye to the suitability of current frameworks. This video was produced for the EUA event “Deepening, widening, focusing: How to navigate transnational university cooperation into the future?” on 12 December 2022.
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culture The Europe Challenge live meetings recap
The Europe Challenge live meetings recap
27 Jan 2023
European Cultural Fo...
#TheEuropeChallenge live sessions took place in Florence, Milan, and Sant Boi (Barcelona) in November 2022. Watch a short clip highlighting the programme and its challenge teams (libraries and their communities).
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culture European Youth Capital 2025 Award Ceremony ⎸ Tirana
European Youth Capital 2025 Award Ceremony ⎸ Tirana
13 Dec 2022
European Youth Forum
Which city will be the European Youth Capital 2025? 4 finalists met in Tirana to find out who is the winner - Fuenlabrada 🇪🇸, Izmir 🇹🇷, Lviv 🇺🇦 or Tromsø 🇳🇴? After amazing year in European Youth Capital 2022 Tirana, Lviv takes European Youth Capital 2025 title. Just hours after city falls into darkness. Despite the difficult situation, hours after a Russian missile strike left the largest city in Western #Ukraine without electricity, Lviv has been selected as the next #EuropeanYouthCapital ✊
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education EURASHE Skills Community of Practice | Launch Event | 1 February 2023
EURASHE Skills Community of Practice | Launch Event | 1 February 2023
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EURASHE - European A...
Follow live the launch event of the EURASHE Skills Community of Practice from Bilbao. The Skills Community of Practice will bring together institutions, associations and policymakers working on future skills development within the Education & Training sector, providing a space for learning and new ideas for optimising skills ecosystems at national and regional levels. It is co-lead by Mondragon University, Basque Country, Spain and the Future Skills Think Tank NextEducation from Baden-Wurttemberg Cooperative State University, Germany, both partners in the new European University Alliance EU4DUAL. Everyone involved in this event will be in a position to contribute with experience and knowledge to shaping together the future of skills in Europe!
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 3: Regional finalist - Grow Your House
UIA 2030 Award Category 3: Regional finalist - Grow Your House
12 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 3: Regional finalist - Grow Your House, by Lucila Aguilar Arquitectos Grow Your House 📍Mexico by Lucila Aguilar Arquitectos Category 3 recognises projects which have contributed significantly to the provision of accessible, adequate, safe and affordable housing, urban regeneration and or slum upgrading consistent with the principles underpinning Target 11.1 of SDG 11 Grow Your House by Lucila Aguilar Arquitectos was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. "Grow your House is a replicable housing model made out of bamboo (a sustainable material) and adaptable to different terrains and traditional Mexican wall-building systems" Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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culture UIA 2030 Award Category 6 - Salez Agricultural Centre - Regional finalist
UIA 2030 Award Category 6 - Salez Agricultural Centre - Regional finalist
15 Dec 2022
UIA - Union Internat...
UIA 2030 Award Category 6: Regional finalist - Salez Agricultural Centre, by Andy Senn Architekt BSA SIA Salez Agricultural Centre 📍Switzerland by Andy Senn Architekt BSA SIA Category 6 recognises projects that have contributed significantly to building sustainable and resilient buildings utilising local materials, consistent with the principles underpinning Target 11.c of SDG11. The Salez Agricultural Centre, by Andy Senn Architekt BSA SIA was one of the regional finalists from the first round of the competition. "The new building of the agricultural center in Salez is able to contribute to the development of sustainability through a simple and intelligent system in construction, material and climate concept." Watch this video to find out more about the project #architecture #sdgs #sdg2030 #sustainablearchitecture #sustainabledesign
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culture European Cultural Foundation: The story of ECF
European Cultural Foundation: The story of ECF
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European Cultural Fo...
Our founders created the European Cultural Foundation in 1954 as they envisioned a united Europe where citizens feel proudly European, a place where they can live, express themselves, work and dream freely, in diversity and harmony. Ever since the ECF promotes a European sentiment through developing and supporting cultural initiatives that let us share, experience and imagine Europe. We believe our mission is as urgent now as it was back then.
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education LOTUS: Leading and moving L&T forward post-pandemic
LOTUS: Leading and moving L&T forward post-pandemic
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European University ...
In this video, Bjørn Stensaker, Vice-Rector for Education, University of Oslo and Horia Onița, Vice-President, European Students’ Union are reflecting on how to lead to make things evolve in learning and teaching, as well as the right ways to move forward in learning and teaching, following the pandemic. Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: http://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: http://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: http://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: http://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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culture Dominika Lasota: Arts and activism - Eye-to-Eye e-magazine - European Festivals Association (EFA)
Dominika Lasota: Arts and activism - Eye-to-Eye e-magazine - European Festivals Association (EFA)
12 Jan 2023
European Festivals A...
The European Festivals Association (EFA)'s e-magazine "Eye-to-Eye, The Festival Quarterly" gives the floor to those minds that inform, influence or inspire festival makers and making: the artist, the economist, the philosopher, the urban planner... By assembling various voices and perspectives that speak about our state of the arts and reasons why the arts exist, our life, society, concepts, moments, Eye-to-Eye offers a mosaic of deeper reflections, opinion pieces, personal statements that are unrelated yet related with each other. For the Winter edition 2023, we have invited Dominika Lasota to contribute to Eye-to-Eye. Dominika Lasota is a Polish climate justice activist who has been an active organiser in the Fridays For Future movement. She is a founding member of the Consultative Council, created as the result of the October 2020 Polish protests. This video was part of the contribution of Dominika Lasota to EFA’s 70th anniversary Arts Festivals Summit and the 70-Years-On Conversations: https://www.efa-aef.eu/en/initiatives/events/70-years-on-conversations
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education LOTUS Final Conference, 28-29.09.2022
LOTUS Final Conference, 28-29.09.2022
13 Jan 2023
European University ...
Leadership and Organisation for Teaching and Learning at European Universities – LOTUS project’s final conference, organised by the European University Association in partnership with the LOTUS project consortium, was built upon lessons learnt from the project activities. Addressing about 100 university representatives, European and national policy makers and other stakeholders in higher education, the event offered a mix of plenary discussions and parallel sessions organised as policy labs, to discuss topics of common interest identified during the project. Find out more about the conference here: https://bit.ly/3w6uiXb Visit EUA's Website: https://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: https://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: https://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: https://bit.ly/EUALinkedin
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culture Craft as Community
Craft as Community
22 Dec 2022
EuropeanaEU
Woven memories from the Peloponnese Hands, minds, souls and stories: crafts have the ability to form bridges through time and strengthen the ties that form communities. Thomai Rodopoulou-Psarologou, Loukia Richards, Metaxia Hanteli, Maria Gonidou and the Tsitalia community: the voices of craft weave the memory of Peloponnese: myths and narratives enlivening our understanding of Greek - and European - culture. The video produced by EFHA - European Fashion Heritage Association in collaboration with Basil Papantoniou Foundation, is part of the Europeana Crafted series. #craftingheritage
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