This stage was carried out prior to the request of the project, and it is where we carried out previous studies of the participating entities, to analyze the viability and social need for the project.
This is an essential step in these projects, especially when some partners are new to Erasmus Plus. A thorough preparation stage allows us to avoid serious communication problems in future stages of the project.
The implementation stage encompasses multiple and very diverse activities aimed at developing all the project’s results, such as the Intellectual Outputs and the tangible or structural results.
The dissemination and visibility stage allows the partners to spread information about the project while promoting the use of its results through activities aimed at the most appropriate multipliers, achieving a greater impact.
Once the project is finished, its results will continue to be disseminated to expand its impact, and it will be ensured that these remain available, in digital format, and easily accessible in the long term.
These kits are intended to promote the educational success and empowerment of high school students with obstacles, specifically Roma students; promote coexistence, inclusion, and empathy among students as a mechanism to prevent early school leaving; and develop the skills and competences of secondary school students as a whole, to improve their chances of educational success.
A virtual environment to identify the segregation of students in their classroom and the appearance of hate speech and its first signs against students at risk of exclusion. This online tool will include surveys with indirect questions (not bluntly asking about bullying), appealing for the students, with the objective of getting answers that can later be compared with templates showing hateful or segregational tendencies.
We have already started to develop the Didactic Program with specific contents for teachers that will serve as support resources for O2: KITS AGAINST THE DISCRIMINATION IN THE CLASSROOM..
Greta du Velay, in the Haute-Loire region (France), encompasses 22 schools located in the territory of Velay, provides training for adults in many areas, and leads actions for specific groups (newcomers, young people in integration, etc.). Our national and international activities are carried out by its Consulting-Research-Innovation department; since 1996, numerous European projects have allowed us to work with partners from all over Europe, and thus acquire expertise in very diverse areas of training.
Smallcodes is an Italian software development company divided into three areas of activity. The first and main one concerns our safeguard and promotion of linguistic diversity through technology, to create a network of linguistic minorities to guarantee a constant and systematic presence of all languages in the media and online. We currently include Occitan, Sardinian, Ladin, Walser, Lombard, Cimbrian, Mòcheno, Sappadino, Rromani, and many others.
ASOCIACIÓN GITANAS FEMINISTAS POR LA DIVERSIDAD was born in April 2013 facing a decisive fact: that independently of the political situation of Spain and Europe, the Roma situation is intrinsically linked to social services, charity, Onegerism, and paternalism, assuming us to be «saved and rescued» from «cultural poverty». We raise awareness on Roma and non-Roma consciences, and demand corresponsibility; with enthusiasm and without fear we will succeed in this great project.
IES Isaac Peral began its activity in the 1968; it is located in the city of Cartagena, Murcia (Spain), and most of its students come from neighborhoods such as: El Ensanche, El Rosell, San Ginés, Estación, Vista Alegre, and Alumbres. Our objectives are to facilitate the participation of parents, highlight the roles of tutors, improve students’ coexistence within it, promote the use of ICTs, promote the students’ vocation towards research, and constantly improve its facilities and request new material resources.
Fundación por la Europa de los Ciudadanos (FEC) is a Spanish institution with more than 15 years of experience, linked to the Parliamentary Group of the Green and United Left in the European Parliament (GUE), which has resulted in the realization of reports, research, organization of activities, etc. FEC works contributing to build a more fair, supportive, and egalitarian EU by: defending human rights, promoting social action and constitutional values, defending democratic principles, and promoting tolerance and solidarity between all persons.
Inštitut 8 Marec is an organization focused on feminism, to achieve real equality between men and women, and help women to overcome the gender obstacles they face. Our aim is to challenge neo-conservatism, not only investigating specific agents like civil society movements and political parties, but also organizing concrete actions to stop the sexist and hate speech spreading through Europe. This is carried out through specific projects, the use of institutional mechanisms, and political influence to achieve equal opportunities between men and women in different areas.
RIBALTAMBIÇÃO (Association for Gender Equality in Roma Communities) is a non-profit association that actively promotes roma culture, social inclusion, and gender equality in roma communities, especially in the town where it is based (Figuera da Foz, Portugal). The entity comprised of dozens of roma people, mostly women, who actively work to achieve their empowerment through various educational and social projects.
Redtree Making Projects is a social cooperative based in Valencia (Spain) that spends a great deal of effort and resources to implement their own projects to change the world for the better.
We do this with the will of contributing to enhance the rights and conditions of the most disadvantaged groups and help build a fairer European society, consistent with the statutory purposes of a cooperative. We start projects and initiatives with a positive impact in Europe, especially for social inclusion, education, and equality, through the Erasmus Plus Programme.